Archive for December, 2011


Friday, December 30th, 2011

When Christmas is over, everyone wants to use their Christmas money to grab a bargain in the sales. Well take a look at the Go-Electrical Sale, and pick up some brilliant products at fantastically low prices.

Didn’t get that DAB radio that you had on your wishlist? Need to clean up the house after the family invasion? Need a caffeine hit to get you through the long dark January days? Look no further, Go-Electrical has you covered!

Visit the SALE page now, and keep checking back to see what other amazing products are added.

Seasons Greetings

Saturday, December 24th, 2011

Go-Electrical would like to wish all our customers a very Merry Christmas, and all the best for the New Year. We hope that you enjoy your festive period, and that you will be back to shop with us in 2012.

Mason Cash – well known and coming soon

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011

Our catalog manager is always busy loading new, exciting products to the website, but we always get more excited when a new brand is going to be launched on Go-Electrical – and guess what, there is one heading your way shortly!

Mason Cash was established in the 1800’s and we are bringing the long established brand to our website very soon. Already a popular name in our retail shop, we decided we better share the famous bakeware with our online customers. We don’t want you missing out now, do we?

If you don’t recognise the name, you will be sure to recognise the classic cane mixing bowl, which has been used by generations of cooks – my grandmother uses one, and so does my mum, I think it is time I joined the clan of Mason Cash users! The timeless exterior design, and durability of the cane mixing bowl makes it an indispensable item for any cook. The signature cane bowl colouring (that is still used today) originally came from the natural colour of the clay in the Church Gresley area, but the iconic bowl is now available in different colours, such as red and blue.

You may also be familiar with the Mason Cash white pudding basin, which like the historic mixing bowl, is recognised all over the world. The Royal Christmas puddings are cooked in these simple but robust pudding basins – Mason Cash’s classic kitchenware is and has always been the choice of any discerning cook.

Keep an eye on our CookShop pages for the arrival of Mason Cash – expected in the New Year.

NEW Dualit toaster

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

“This clever toaster does all the thinking to produce perfect toast from the 1st to the 500th slice.”

The Dualit Catering Toaster (49900) is the first truly commercial pop-up toaster designed by Dualit. The only pop-up toasters Dualit made until now were the Lite range, and the only catering toasters were conveyor ones. The 49900 is ideal for continual, day in, day out use, and is perfect for breakfast time in a guest house or cafe, which might not have the need for a massive conveyor toaster.

The toaster is “Virtually foolproof” according to Dualit; drop in the bread and lower the lever, and then the toast will automatically pop-up when ready. It features an intelligent browning system – simply set the browning control for a specific type of bread, and then the toaster auto-adjusts the time to ensure consistent browning from the first to the last slice. The toaster has spring-loaded slots which centre the bread so the outcome is evenly browned toast time after time, and the slots of the toaster are 30mm wide so you can serve chunky slices. The two sides of the toaster and individually controlled which is another reason why the Pop-Up toaster is ideal for multi-service use.

Like other Dualit toasters, the 49900 features the Proheat elements which are exclusively used by Dualit. ProHeat elements have a protective armour plated layer covering the filament which means that they are virtually unbreakable, and best of all the patented ProHeat elements are capable of toasting up to 120-533 slices of bread an hour. With the potential to work so hard every day, you would be forgiven for worrying about how long the toaster would last – well panic not, virtually every part of the toaster can be replaced just like the domestic Vario and Combi models.

Weighing 7.5kg, measuring 23cm x 35cm x 34cm (HxWxD) the 49900 toaster is very robust and sturdy. Made from Stainless Steel the toaster is easy to keep clean, and will fit into an industrial kitchen easily.

The Dualit Catering Toaster (49900) is available now from Go-Electrical for £270.00

Roberts Radio new additions

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

There are a few Roberts Radio products that are new to Go-Electrical, so I’m going to fill you in with all the details of our favourites, as both would make great Christmas gifts.

The Vintage is a DAB radio which, like the Revival range, has a retro look about it – it is finished in black leatherette cloth and has wood effect side panels, and features two dials on the top (for volume and tuning). Just because it looks a bit vintage, doesn’t mean you have to compromise on modern technology though. You can enjoy unlimited station presets, and there is a ‘favourite’ button so you never lose your favourite radio programme ever again.

The amber lit LCD display clearly displays which DAB or FM station you are listening to, and the radio is very easy to use. The Vintage not only works from the mains but takes batteries too, and you can get up to 80 hours use when using the batteries – to make life easier (and more environmentally minded) there is a built-in battery charger which means you do not have to keep buying new batteries for the radio.

Other features include;

Headphone socket

USB socket (for upgrades)

Auxiliary input socket for iPod/MP3 player playback

Another new addition is the DreamDock. Based on the popular iDream radio, the DreamDock is the perfect bedside radio as it features a large, dimmable display, an alarm function and DAB capabilities.

The DreamDock is compatiable with iPod, iPhone and iPod Touch models, and it comes with a handy remote control (perfect if you sleep on the far side of the bed).You can save up to 20 of your favourite radio stations, and you can choose whether to wake up to one of them, your iPod or the buzzer alarm, and if it isn’t quite time to get up there is an adjustable sleep and snooze timer.

Other features include;

Auto Time set

Search/manual turning

Headphone socket

Auxiliary input socket

Also, now available is the RecordR which has the ability to record DAB and FM radio. To view the full range of Roberts Radio visit Go-Electrical. Prices start from just £20.00!