A pendulum controls the clock’s ticking. The principle stems all the way from Galileo Galilei. An ornate pendulum clock was standard in many Swedish living rooms in the 1930s.
A properly attached tie carousel was a must for any 1950s-gentleman. (From catalogue 1958.)
With a chair built into the backpack you can save space and make your hiking breaks more comfortable. The classic version only has a simple stool but this one came with a luxurious back support. (From the catalogue 1994.)
Slide projectors were for a long time the only way to terrorize your neighbours with your holiday photographs. And long into the 2000s they were also a given item in any classroom.