Today's Theme Day again. The Daily Photo bloggers round the world who are participating in the theme day will publish something related to "metal". It's open to interpretation and some might come with with Rock Music, etc.
Well, thinking of something related to this country I am staying in now, I chose the "Iron". It's a type of metal, and it is also a household product.
The Philips Iron I believe is a product of the Philips Innovation Campus in Singapore. The global production of irons are based in Singapore. This is the model that I am using. Are you using a Philips Iron? Check if it's made in Singapore.
Join the rest of my fellow Daily Photo bloggers around the world. Check out how they interpret the theme. Photos might display at different time of the day depending on their time zone.
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Good representation of the theme!
I am "old school" , I love to iron. I will buy this brand next if you can convince me it is the BEST!
Yeh, great to know where Phillips are made! I prefer drip-dry. :-)
A good choice for theme day, snapping a quick pic between two shirts. ;)
So I checked: Black&Decker, made in Mexico. At least now I know! ;)
A nice photo, even if I avoid ironing when at all possible. Have you ever visited the Extreme Ironing Bureau?
A great choice linking the Philips iron to Singapore. who would ever have known. Now, when I iron (as little as possible!) I'll think of you!
LOL! Great idea. I will check as soon as I get home (but I try to have as little interaction with these beasts as possible!) :-)
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Hehe, very original and yes I use Philips Iron :)
That's a good take on the theme!
Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comments. Happy theme day!
I thought Philips was a French firm, but then most European firms do the actually manuacturing in the Far East these days.
As for ironing we've totally given up - bought a new one about eight years ago, used it once or twice - gave it to charity shop four months ago along with the ironing board.
Drip-dry is good enough for us tramps.
Philips is a dutch firm :-)
But it makes it stuff everywhere in the world. Even for its bulbs, in Singapore we can get the ones made in Holland and the ones made in China.
Everyone seems to love drip-drying. But don't you have to iron your shirts or skirts? :-)
=) unexpected choice Keropok... mine is Rowenta and made in Germany!
happy august theme day!
Mine is a Sunbeam - Australian owned, made in China. Australia barely has a manufacturing industry any more.
Original interpretation of the theme! I like the photo but I don't like doing the ironing!
Hahahaha, good one!! I've a Philips iron, too - and now I have to get up and check where it was made.....hmmmmm.... India! But normally we have someone picking up our clothes to iron and return within a day....talk about laziness! ;)
Yes, some of my clothes have to be ironed, but I avoid wearing those garments whenever possible!
(I am one of the worst ironers in the state, I think.. I always manage to iron unwanted creases INTO my shirts, and it takes me over 20 minutes [per shirt] to do so!)
I'm more familiar with Philips's audio equipment--I didn't know they made irons. Very neat that your appliance was made so close to home. :)
Good choice! I love the smell of freshly ironed clothes and the feel of a well-pressed shirt.
Happy Theme Day!
An obvious, but interesting choice!
I'm not sure what brand of iron I have, but I do think the one I had in France was Phillips. It was quite a good one too.
Very neat idea for today's theme. I will have to look at mine!
An interesting selection ... I'll have to ask my wife what model of iron we use ... With our use of wrinkle guard cycle on our dryer that and the services of a dry cleaner, I can not remember the last time I saw our iron being used.
Denton from Greenville and the Daily Photo Map.
bravo, c'est vraiment très original, très bonne idée.
bravo, it's really very original, very good idea.
I like your wrinkle on today's theme ;) Rowenta (made in Mexico) is the iron that I don't use very often.
Can you iron some shirts for me while you have the iron out? :-)
I used to iron my own shirts for years -- it's one of the few chores I don't mind doing.
Now I send all my dress shirts to the laundramat and have it washed and ironed (perfectly).
I do hate ironing, but it's an good choice.
Great choice for the theme day!
This proves that sometimes we just need to look around a little, and maybe we get the perrfect photo.
Here in Mumbai, we have 'presswalas' which means 'Iron wala or Iron man', who collect clothes for ironing from our homes every morning, and deliver them back, the next morning. But almost every home has an iron and ironing table.
Happy Theme Day!
Cool (or hot?).
It's mostly mad with a plastic and some iron has a ceramic instead of a metal plate. Well, I like your wit!
Cool iron. Can shoot water from its base-plate :p
Hello, Mr Keropokman. I wonder why you chose the brand PHILIPS in particular. Heh heh heh. I wonder!
because that is the name of the Iron I use? LOL....
Thanks all for dropping by and leaving comments too! ;-)
My Philips iron also made in Singapore. I used about 16 years and still in good condition. Singaporean made items are good quality.
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