Who invented the first electric knife?

Answer The electric carving knife was invented by the prolific American inventor Jerome L. Murray. According to his obituary in "The New York Times," Murray was also the inventor of "the television antenn... Read More »

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Who invented the electric knife?

An American inventor named Jerome L. Murray is credited with the invention of the electric knife. Murray died on January 7, 1998. He held 75 patents in his lifetime, one of which was for the electr... Read More »

What knife is for meat on the Cuisinart electric knife?

The Cuisinart Electric Knife comes with two knife blades: one for carving and one for slicing bread. Select the carving blade when cutting meat. This blade slices meats, vegetables, fruits and hard... Read More »

Who invented the first electric car?

The first electric car was invented in 1884 by a Victorian inventor named Thomas Parker. The first electric car is described to have looked like a horseless carriage. Parker also played a part in ... Read More »

Who invented the first electric toothbrush?

The electric toothbrush was invented by inventor and dentist Philippe Guy E. Woog in 1954. The device was known as the Broxodent and was sold by E.R. Squibb & Sons between 1959 and 1990.Source:Ever... Read More »