Saturday, December 11, 2021

Creative Vacuum

How many of those in the worlds of SPACs and flying taxis have to break off to get the vacuum working again?

Globalisation's the reason we're going to hell in a handcart, as it's as cheap to buy one assembled in China as it is to replace a motor from Germany. Miele's have made it symmetrically so, at £169 in each event.

And as a further effort to replace the fish in the sea with plastic, they've two more means: assembly with screws that nobody has a driver for, and snap-fit parts which work best in one direction only.

Happy ending though, only a blocked impeller. If you build drones, you can do a Miele!

The link I shall send to Miele UK themselves, who'll be sucking lemons come Monday.