Staplers? My Swingline 400 S says hello.
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Staplers, you say? Here's my 1962 Swingline #333
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My late grandfathers watch, 50 years old and still going.
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Hey, I have a neat old stapler, too! Bates 88P. Belonged to my grandmother. Not sure when it was manufactured.
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Bolt threading machine made in the 1920s. Still in use today. After picture in comments.
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Casio fx-82TL: working since 1999
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Cashing in my stapler karma. 1964 Ace Scout 202
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Swingline No. 13
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New to me 1970s Bausch and Lomb Wayfarer II
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My new duo
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A tribute for my china cabinet (dont know the brand sorry). My parents bought it secondhand in 2002, we got it in 2014 and now it goes to a new owner because it will not fit in our new house. Still going strong!
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Ace Aceliner 502
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Since we’re doing staplers: my grandmothers staple-less stapler in daily use since the 60s by 3 generations!
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[Request] I’m sick of buying a new pair of shoes every 4-6 months. I walk/hike for ~5-7 miles every day for work. I have fairly wide feet and always seem to break through in the pinky toe area. Help!
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These cords will outlive me. Carol 12/3 "Super Vu-Tron" SOOW, Crouse Hinds box with a Hubbell Kellems grip, Hubbell industrial receptacles and a Hubbell HBL5266 plug. Ive dragged these all over for many years and other than a little dirt they're just as nice as when they were new.
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My Great Aunt Mitz’s Ma Bell rotary dial telephone with her original home phone number in the center. The bottom of the phone says “property of Mnt. States Tel. Co.” Saved it from my parents trash 20 some years ago and I still use it.
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My mom has had this knife for 25+ years but doesn't recognize the brand. Any ideas?
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Black and Decker Super Sawcat. Purchased by my father sometime in the 80s and used daily. I just replaced a few parts, regreased the gearbox and we're good to go. This thing is a tank.
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A stapler one of my coworkers has had since the 1970's
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Everybody swears by Texas Instruments but I love my Sharp calculator. 14 years of service and no sign of giving up any time soon.
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8in & 3 qt All-Clads, $20 at local thrift store
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NuTone bathroom exhaust fan. Came with our house, must be from the 50s and still works fine. If this thing could talk.
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Frye Flats while thrifting
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Pyrex glass coffee percolator 7759
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These are build to be repaired forever
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I had trouble fitting inside/outside pictures together, but this thing is a BIFL legend! After living a full life, I found this old tackle/tool box in a dumpster at the waste dump by my cabin when I was a kid about 12 years ago. It still functions perfectly, i use it to store aquarium supplies.
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Many of the old 35mm SLR cameras (like this one from 1982) have been doing work for decades. They're cheap, durable, produce excellent photos, and they won't become obsolete as quickly as digital cameras.
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My dad's leather punch from the 60s. Simple and still works perfectly.
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My Pyrex Bowls
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My dad has had this iron since he was in basic training in the Army. (1992)
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