Product demos aplenty at Exclusively Electrical

A full programme of product demonstrations is planned for upcoming London trade show Exclusively Electrical.

The 2016 Exclusively Electrical show will take place alongside Exclusively Housewares on June 14 and June 15 at the Business Design Centre in the capital.

The exhibition organiser promises product demos galore – on stands, as well as in the general demonstration area located in the Gallery Hall. It says: ‘Host Malcolm Harradine will introduce each session and there will be plenty to see, taste and test out, as the latest plug-in appliances and apps are shown off.’


The timetable for Tuesday June 14 is:

10am         Gourmet Gadgetry’s Retro Range (demonstrated by Malcolm Harradine)

10.45am    Magimix’s 5200xl Food Processor (Marcus Bean)

11.30am    Dualit Summer drinks – blender/juicer and iced teas/lattes – tea/coffee capsules (Paulene Enigbokan)

12.15pm    Tefal’s Actifry/Cook4Me Connected (Paul Metcalfe)

1pm           Benross Group’s 40cm Multifunction Cooker (Jon Brennan, commercial director)

1.45pm      Ultimate’s Salter Electrical Spiralizer (Adele Roache)

2.30pm      Jura Products’ Jura Smart Connect with E8 and Z6 (Scott Green)

3.15pm      Smartwares Europe’s Princess Water & Tea Cooker (Vincent Van den Broek, export director)


The timetable for Wednesday June 15 is:

10am         Team UKI’s VisiCook Airchef (demonstrated by Malcolm Harradine)

10.45am     Witt’s iRobot Roomba 980 (Bo Simonsen)

11.30am     KitchenAid’s Cook Processor (Sean O’Neill)

12.15pm     Gourmet Gadgetry’s Vintage Tea Party (Malcolm Harradine)

1pm            Smart Worldwide’s Pasta Maker and Healthy Scale (Anita Finningham)

1.45pm       Witt’s  JuicePresso (Helle Pedersen and Bo Simonsen)

2.30pm       Jura Products’ Jura Smart Connect with E8 and Z6 (Scott Green)

3.15pm       Smart Worldwide’s Waffle Bowl and Tunnel Toaster (Anita Finningham)


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