I would classify such items as d-i-y tools, hairdryers, electric razors, radios, as "electrical appliances".Electrical appliances could include mains-run cement mixers and compressors which might be used to build one's house, but they are not 'household' appliances.
I would normally agree with Siberia that domestic = household, but I wonder whether a power-drill, or a sander, for example, are 'domestic' while I definitely feel that they are 'household'. I think the definition here which I would tend to give 'domestic appliance' would be 'involved in the day-to-day running of the home" while 'household appliance' would cover those and any such things as d-i-y power tools and other incidentals.
Well, anything that "applies" science to something that can actually be used is called an "appliance". It does not have to be electrical. A yo-yo is technically an "appliance". However, most people associate "appliances" with electrical appliances in the kitchen. So, I would say your three examples are usually interchangeable.Hi there everyone!
Is there any difference between, electrical / household / domestic appliances appliances? They seem to be the same to me.
Thanks heaps for your help.