1991 UK and Ireland advert for Kaliber non alcoholic lager.
Kaliber, a brand of non-alcoholic pale lager which is sold in the United Kingdom, was launched in 1983.
It is made from hops, malted barley, sucrose and yeast along with stabilisers and CO2. The alcohol is removed by vacuum evaporation at the end of the brewing process to make it a fuller tasting beer according to the brewer.
1979 UK commercial for Morphy Richards Toasters. ‘The one with the plug on’
Donal Morphy and Charles Richards formed the company on July 8th 1936 in St Mary Cray in Kent. In 1947, it became a public company and merged with Astral, a company in Dundee, Scotland that made spin dryers and refrigerators. In 1949, it produced its first automatic toaster which used a bi-metallic strip. In 1953, it produced its first hairdryer and claimed to have 90% of the market six years later.
1979 UK advert for Tefal Deep Fat Fryers.
Tefal is a French cookware and small appliance manufacturer owned by Groupe SEB. Its name is short for the combination of the words Teflon and aluminium. In North America, Brazil and Japan, the company’s products are sold under the name T-Fal.
1978 commercial for the Austin Metro ‘Marina’
The Marina was developed under the ADO 28 codename. It was in production from 1971 to 1980, when it was replaced by the Morris Ital (a reworking of the Marina) that continued in production until 1984, when the Morris marque was axed and the Austin badge featured on the Montego that replaced it. In Australia and in South Africa, it was known as the Leyland Marina, in New Zealand as the Morris 1.7 (for 1979–81, in face-lifted O-Series form), and North America as the Austin Marina.