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Kosangas: Cooker

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Advertisement introducing the Kosangas cooker. A man explains how the cooker works and highlights how dependable it is – even in the dark. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (593)

Kosangas: Pie

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Short advertisement for Kosangas in which a woman removes a pie from the oven before serving it to her family. The voiceover states: ‘In Ireland, confidence begins with a K.’ To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here.   (425)

Kosangas: Free Trial

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Advertisement shows a woman standing next to a vast spread of food. The voiceover explains that it has been cooked for free using a Kosangas cooker and describes how the public can also avail of this offer. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (341)

Kosangas: Demonstration Man

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In this advertisement, a well-dressed man (played by Patrick Cargill) presents a cooking demonstration. A woman wanders onto the set and interrupts the process. When she realises that she is on television, she quickly says the well-known strapline before silencing the man with a plate of cream to the face. To see more from The […]

Kosangas: Super Ser

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Short advertisement introducing the Kosangas Super Ser, highlighting the silent rubber rollers and three levels of heat. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (597)

Kosangas: Seventies Style

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A mother moves a Super Ser heater through a house. She sets it up in her daughter’s bedroom as voiceover explains how the heater works. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (1932)

Kosangas: Stove Ring

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Advertisement for Kosangas in which a woman cooks food while the voiceover explains the benefits of Kosangas. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (411)

Kosangas: Quick Clean

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An advertisement for Kosangas, in which the various ways people depend on Kosangas are demonstrated. A voiceover explains why: ‘Quick heat, clean heat, quick clean Kosangas’. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here.   (587)