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The Teasmade is back in John Lewis

A British classic tea maker returns

John Lewis says the Swan Teasmade is to return to its stores due to customer demand.

The new Swan STM100 Teasmade claims to offer a modern twist on a British classic. 

The Teasmade makes your cup of tea while waking you up with an alarm clock. 

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The Teasmade gets a makeover

The Teasmade was first launched in 1932, but was invented in 1891 when Samuel Rowbottom, developed the first ‘teawaker’.

The new Swan STM100 Teasmade features a 600ml water capacity, rapid boiler function, illuminated LCCD clock and integral reading light. 

John Lewis said many customers had been requesting Teasmades.

The Swan Teasmade goes on sale at John Lewis for £59.95 from 12 October.

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