Morphy Richards HDA2 noiseless hairdryer manufactured in the 1960s.  Made by Morphy Richards in St Mary Cray, Kent, from bakelite, the first plastic made from synthetic components. The hairdryer was marketed as being “noiseless” and causing “positively no radio or television interference”.


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Date 1960s
Material(s) Plastic
Item number MBPO177

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