Braun HL 70 desktop fan by Reinhold Weiss amd Jurgen Greubel (1971) in white.
According to Kapos, "The design is a revision of Weiss's iconic HL 1 Multiwind desk fan issued a decade earlier, registering Braun's shift of the late 60's from 'New Objectivism' towards what might be called technological expressivism. Pristine white replaces the austere palate of greys; form is reduced to the primitive cylinder; functional controls are simplified; a transparent cradle, giving a gravity defying appearance, replaces the fixed stem and base arrangement of the earlier design."
This object is held in MoMA's permanent collection; this example is fully functional and in excellent condition, and comes with packaging for £200.
An earlier version of the record player and one of a foundational group of designs produced in 1955, the inaugural year of Braun Design. Braun G 12 (Valvo chassis) by Hans Gugelot, on sale for £650.
"Although production of Gugelot's G series continued into the early '60s, this vocabulary was soon eclipsed by Ram's development of a less romantic, more affirmatively industrial approach," writes Kapos.
The Braun rallye shaver in black and red by Florian Seiffert (1971) has been sold, though Das Programm also has the black version in stock for £60. Seiffert's rallye was a stylised reprise of Gugelot and Müller's sixtant SM 31 of ten years earlier.
Das Programm also offers printed material and merchandising for the serious collector, like this 1955 brochure designed by Otl Aicher.