I can’t kill it and even it’s own company can’t kill it.
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My dads 30 year old mechanical pencils still work perfectly and I use them on a daily basis now.
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1998 Omega Dynamic, my daily driver. Bought new in 1998.
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Missed "show off your old bike" trend, but here is my 1986 Raleigh Alyeska
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1973 Coleman 444B stove still going strong and looking good after 46 years! My first time using this one tonight!
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Sanyo mini fridge bought for my moms dorm room in 1977! Still going strong in my basement bar.
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[Request] Boots. My dad is a heavy equipment operator and cannot find a pair of boots that last more than a year. Stitching coming undone, soles ripping off, soles wearing down, etc. 1 for summer, 1 for winter. Any recommendations?
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Nalgene replaced my 15 year old bottle after the neck cracked. Thanks to someone on this sub who posted a link for their warranty!
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I inherited this Gillette safety razor from my grandfather. I expect to hand it down to my kid someday.
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My parents' Sunbeam Mixmaster: Dutiful service since 1973.
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Melnor metal vintage sprinkler. Perfect for those hot days.
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[Harman Kardon SoundSticks II] These are 15 years old and I still use them daily. For a consumer electronic device, this is a lifetime. More in the comments...
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Despite the name "Lifetime" , their picnic table is definitely not.
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Rival Crock-Pot at my parents 46 years old!
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A quick upcycle of an Emerson mini-fridge and an old aluminum glider gave a little life to my deck (stories of each in the comments).
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Restored a 20 year old Weber sprit grill. Total cost of around $100 for a good as new grill.
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OBOZ Hikers. Been 5 years of beating the crap out of them and they are still in great condition. Not sure if I’ll ever have to replace them.
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Westinghouse Two Speed Fan from the 60’s or so. Weighs about 40 lbs!
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Picked up 2 brand new Steelcase Leap from an authorized dealer for $450 each. Came with 12 years Steelcase warranty.
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[Request] Bought this Yugoslavian rucksack/shoulder bag (made in 1984) on Ebay. Will get it from my parents when I'll arrive in Germany. Seems BIFL in the pictures shown to me but I need input. To the ones who have or had one of these at some point, are these BIFL?
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[Request] How to remove rust from the buckles on this old briefcase? Full grain leather, I would like to restore this beauty, to use for the rest of my career
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A corollary of BIFL is that if it breaks, it ought to be repairable. Behold the 18" Patton fan that was being scrapped at work.
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1993 Honda Mower still going strong
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My parents' Dualit toaster. Old enough to buy beer, and still running strong!
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Waterfield Boot backpack. I just bought it a month ago, so it doesn’t have much time put in yet. However, I am confident that this thing is built to last.
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Lego keychain 9+ years old. The rounded edges come with age!
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Coworkers laugh at me for spending the money, but the quality speaks for itself.
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My Leathermam Kick’s needle nose broke and saw you guys get a replacement. I sent mine in and they sent me a new Wingman. What an amazing company! Thank you all for the idea!
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Utility box my dad bought when was in Army in 1982. No rust and solid as rock.
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This Trudi teddy bear I've since 2001-2002. Got it as a birthday gift from my grandmother when I was baptized. He still looks good.
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