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Smeg wants you to know it’s Italian, via this Sicilian special

Dolce&Gabbana did the paint job. We already knew they were Italian

Swedish. Maybe Dutch. Had you asked us ten minutes ago about Smeg’s origins, we would have been wrong. It is Italian, a concept most firmly reinforced by the new ‘Sicily is my Love’ collection, designed in association with fashion house Dolce&Gabbana. Don’t need a mixer? The range also includes the company’s other small appliances: blender, juicer, coffee machine, kettle and toaster. Prices are yet to be announced but, as they’re not available until December, you’ve got time to start a new piggybank.

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Fraser used to wear a Psion Series 3 palmtop in a shoulder holster. Perhaps he still does.Either way, his lifelong mission - including fourteen years for Stuff - has been to see whether the consumer electronics industry can ever replicate that kind of cyborgian joy.So far: nope. Despite a plan to combine a action camera and Olympus Eye-Trek goggles to become Man Who Sees The Vision Of A Man Three Inches Taller Than Himself.He also likes mountain bikes, motorbikes, cars, helicopters. Still thinks virtual surround is witchcraft. Dislikes jetskis, despite never having been on one. 

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