Game Boy Light, the envy of all my childhood friends, a gift from my father from 1998.
/r/BuyItForLifeSmartwool socks, a 5-year review
/r/BuyItForLifeMy niece decorated it with whale stickers, but this Spartus alarm clock has been keeping time and waking me up for well over thirty years.
/r/BuyItForLifeI've been carrying this for, at least, 5 years. It's older than me and I'm 22
/r/BuyItForLifeMy lucky lager bottle opener from the 50’s. Great grandma liked Schlitz more, and I’d swear I hade one. The lucjy lager babe is more fun anyway.
/r/BuyItForLifeToyota LandCruiser Prado - bought new in 1999, has had logbooks kept since day one, has been around Australia several times and still going strong with 316,000km!
/r/BuyItForLifeOrion full grain leather belts. And my weight loss experience.
/r/BuyItForLifeMy grandfathers lighter that he has had since before i was born (am 22 now)
/r/BuyItForLifeI've been gaming off and on with this old CRT TV for the past twenty years and it still works and looks good.
/r/BuyItForLife75 year old aluminum colander still in use today and my Moms childhood and mine
/r/BuyItForLifeMy redwing iron rangers( about 4 years old) for out and about. And my new brand new Nicks boots for work.
/r/BuyItForLifeBought this at a thrift store 4 years ago and have been using it ever since
/r/BuyItForLifeAnnual waxing for my Eccos, 9 years and still going strong
/r/BuyItForLifePut a fresh coat of paint on my 15 year old bbq gazebo. Still going strong!
/r/BuyItForLifeMy grandfather bought this saw in ‘74, it’s still in use today.
/r/BuyItForLifeHandy Chopper purchased in 1988. Been chopping nuts for years.
/r/BuyItForLifeThis old Hamilton Beach Electrics toaster my grandmother gave me when I moved into my own place
/r/BuyItForLifeUncle’s Wilson A2000 from 1989. Still uses it to play today.
/r/BuyItForLifeMy mom’s 1960s HoTray by Salton Mfg.
/r/BuyItForLifeSmith Corona typewriter
/r/BuyItForLife80 years of waffles. Toastmaster 2D1.
/r/BuyItForLifeMy dad still uses this calculator in his office almost daily. He's used it since at least the early nineties.
/r/BuyItForLifeWhen I was ~6 years old, I went with my parents to buy this vacuum, & the salesman had me lift it up to show that it truly was “lighter than a gallon of milk”. Now 20+ years later, it outperforms any other vacuum that I’ve owned/tried.
/r/BuyItForLifeWe’ve got sewing machines and calculators again! Enjoy my Kohinoor lead holders. One is older and all metal and the other is newer and partially plastic.
/r/BuyItForLifeSinger sewing machine my great grandmother bought in 1933,perfectly functional today
/r/BuyItForLifeMy 1st pair of Docs next to new pair for my son's birthday
/r/BuyItForLifeThe first and hopefully last mower I have to buy; International Cub Cadet 1450
/r/BuyItForLifeCasio AE-1000W - had this since I was 10 years old and I’m now almost 19. It should last till I’m 21!
/r/BuyItForLifethe unsung hero of r/buyitforlife
/r/BuyItForLifeRocking chair that’s been in my family since 1874. Excited to rock my future son to sleep in this bad boy this summer!