Engineering Polymers Ltd of Wilmslow proposed the idea of using Noryl for vacuum cleaners and hot water environments in 1972. On Wednesday 17th January 1973 the company made a presentation to Goblin at a meeting, demonstrating Noryl’s capabilities with a slideshow and a film, and finishing up with a luncheon.
The Noryl teapot was finally introduced in 1974. It was used for the Goblin model 854. Noryl was a new material developed by Engineering Polymers. It was also used for a Russell Hobbs kettle. The teapot was manufactured for Goblin by Wragby Plastics.