Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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TV cosy

knitted "tea-cosy" for your TV
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Have a nice knitted, fire proof, woollen cosy to hide your television, and keep it warm when it's not in use. Available in any colour or pattern, or it can have your favourite portrait machine embroidered unto its front.

My own is going to have a replica of a 1950s BBC test card, complete a shaggy pompom hanging down one side.

xenzag, Oct 17 2007

tea cosy http://www.laughing...ge/R_KITS000620.jpg
[xenzag, Oct 17 2007]

BBC test card C http://www.bvws.org.../testcard_c_big.jpg
[xenzag, Oct 17 2007]

(???) another tea cosy http://www.lindablo...pages/DSC_0015.html
[hippo, Oct 18 2007]

they do make *dust covers* for TVs, but none so cool as [xenzag] http://www.nextag.c...-covers/search-html
[xandram, Oct 18 2007]


       Genius idea - and I know some grannies who might be able to lend a hand in making this reality.   

       Then, with our elderly workforce clacking furiously behind us, I believe we could make millions!
zen_tom, Oct 17 2007

       I love it. We keep a shawl, lap blanket, or sarong thrown over ours as befits our mood.
normzone, Oct 17 2007

       I've been thinking of crocheting one for the guitar that I keep out of case and on a stand. So bun for great minds thinking alike.
Noexit, Oct 17 2007

       Let's just keep it pulled down all the time, shall we? Imagine how many IQ points we'll get back.
Ander, Oct 18 2007

       That one in last link seems to have some kind of corked "bum-stopper" on it...?
xenzag, Oct 18 2007

       It's a button, to fasten the cosy under the teapot's handle. I wouldn't like to speculate why a "corked bum-stopper" was the first thing to occur to you.
hippo, Oct 18 2007

       I thought it might have been a novel way of evacuating the tea leaves, from what looks somewhat like an inflated duck.
xenzag, Oct 18 2007

       Isn't there some electronics rule that says don't keep your appliances warm? Overheating leads to damaged components etc?
theleopard, Oct 18 2007

       But you wouldn't cover it when it was switched on and if isn't generating any heat, insulating it will make it neither warmer or colder over long periods of time but would stop fire damage (at least until whatever the TV is standing on catches fire).
marklar, Oct 18 2007

       What [Ander] said.
wagster, Feb 10 2008


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