I bought this Jordan Brand backpack 15 years ago this weekend. It’s been with me through high school, college, the real world, and 13 different countries. Despite everyone I know telling me to replace it, I refuse to do so until I find an exact replacement.
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Since this sub seems to love Stanley’s, I bought 3.
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20+ years down comforter still going strong! No holes, no tears, all the down in place and still fluffy. Purchased in 1998 from The Company Store.
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These Windows from 1956
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So long Osterizer, you blended well for 3 generations. Inherited from my grandmother, and was able to keep using it for almost 10 years after.
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1972 matchbox super king, played with this endlessly as a child, my children have played with it and now they have out grown it I will be packing it away for the next generation to play with.
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German Voigtländer Bessa Compur-rapid camera and accessories bought in 1917, still working and only slightly damaged after 103 years of alternating between use and neglect. Including original reciept.
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A 1967 35mm Minolta AL-F rangefinder. Bought for fun, for about $15. Works surprisingly well. Beautiful colors.
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Black and Decker Food Processor
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Dunhill Rollagas, will work for decades with some maintenance
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These headphones and the warranty
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I finally got fed up with cheap scoops breaking and using a regular spoon, so I got a Zeroll Original ice cream scoop.
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Kenwood Major mixer. I bought it used and had it painted. These things are tough and lasts forever.
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Some of my old gear, my grandpas 1980 Stanley thermos which he used everyday, a 1962 Coleman cooler that ever has the original tray inside of it ($15 at my local junk store), and an unknown age 237 Coleman lantern.
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Got this Hamilton Beach mixer from my local Buy Nothing group for free. The lady I got it from says it was her grandmother's from 1981. It works perfectly and even has 12 speed settings!!
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A PROL radiator, mod.2000 .Acording to my father, my grandfather bought it 30 or 25 years ago. It still function perfectly.
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[Request] Are Canada West boots Buy It For Life. Anyone have any experience with them?
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My titanium frame Lynskey R330
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30 years I’ve had this beauty. She has a lot of miles on her. She been very good to me. It will be a sad day when she stops working.
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Picked up this beaut: 1920s Quad stove on CL for a song! Going to convert to LP and attend to some minor TLC tasks, otherwise works great and will be great for baking!
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When I bought one of the cheapest sets of cutting boards on Amazon, I didn't think I was making a bifl purchase. Color me pleasantly surprised to receive this email shortly after telling me the $10 cutting boards somehow have a lifetime money back guarantee.
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Several BIFL items here with the desk being almost 100 years old from my great great aunt
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Had this handed down to me from my parents who had it handed down to them about 20 years ago. If Google is any help, I think it's a Windmere T-8. Just cleaned it up the best I could today. Still turns bread into toast.
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Got a rarely seen nickel plated gillette NEW from 1930s
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This Klein bag i have been abusing and overloading for years
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Kenwood Chef from 1975 going strong, plus cat tax
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To piggyback on /u/rykertest this is what Carhartt used to make
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My girlfriend got this Toastmaster waffle maker from her parents. It was a wedding gift 30 years ago.
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[Request]Recommend me a great pillow that would fit on this retractable seat? Thank you
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Peet boot/shoe dryer passed down from my parents and still used at least two seasons a year with my kids. Some awesome style in play on that original box.
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