The Australian manufacturer Breville, was first founded in 1932 by Bill O'Brien and Harry Norville. The company first started off producing radios, and would later develop mine detectors for the Second World War. Over the course of the 1950s, Breville began designing small kitchen appliances, which they have now become synonymous with. Breville was the original creator of the sandwich toaster, but not produces kettles, toasters, food processors, juicers and much more.
Today Breville has 100 active patents and has won over 40 international awards. It's products are sold in over 30 countries.