Do you have a dusty shelf at home filled with long forgotten broken electronic devices? It's probably easier to buy a new toaster or a microwave, but should you? Save some money and learn something new and useful. In a world clustered with electronics, circular economy must be a focus.
The “Repair café” comes with the purpose of breaking those nasty buying hoarding cycles, by promoting the sharing of technical knowledge between citizens, and teaching the common user how to repair and clean the items. So if your toaster just broke down you could use a proper cleaning check repair café in either Porto or Lisbon.