Sears craftsman rear tine tiller, still running strong after half a century. Might be time for a new coat of paint soon tho eh?
I’ve been restoring my grandfather’s copper hammers and mallets. Left is what they all looked like before I started. Not finished yet but they’re not looking too bad for 70-year-old tools.
1930s Westinghouse fridge, still works
Owned the moccasins on the left for 24 years. Their replacements are on the right.
1972 Oster Regency Kitchen Center. I’m the 3rd generation owner. Used constantly, made banana bread with my kids this morning and thought Reddit might enjoy it
My Dad’s Sabre saw from 1962. Just used it for cutting out a template.
CPMC Champion air compressor owned since 1963, still works like a charm
A 1940’s Ronson Princess. It was my grandmother’s and is now my daily driver.
Buck Knives 104 Compadre, made in Idaho. Ceramic coated 5160 steel, full tang and a lifetime warranty. Now I want to go camping.
My 1984 Stumpjumper Sport
Papa’s hat from WWII . Nana’s cigarette case
My parent’s Panasonic Microwave was bought in 1986 and still runs fine today (the lightbulb burnt out ages ago) it’s outlasted 3 refrigerators, a stove, a dishwasher, several coffee makers, and about a dozen toasters.
Smith Corona LX900 Laminator. 25 years old or so…slow as [email protected]#t, loud and obsolete. Laminates thousands of sheets a year and still going strong.
Rio S30S Sport mp3 player, still works fine (had to put that tape on the backdoor 15+ years ago, so that tape kinda been there forever)
1920s era Remington Model 12 in 22short, long and Long rifle. The rifle that has fed the family for 100 years.
Used this juicer to make fresh orange juice for my parents when I was a child. Turning 51 today and juicer is still going strong.
Found this today. With receipt dated 21.11.1982 cost$29.92 and it’s still working.
If there is a Ferrari of the pans, I think this is the closest (Le creuset)
My dad bought this 25 or 30 years ago, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down
There’s a lot of love for cast iron and emmanel, but I love this ceramic pot. I think the food actually tastes better
My Fluke 8022A Multimeter. Used it today to check my car battery voltage. Still works like a champ!
Bolex – 16mm film camera from 1969 that I use all of the time.
31 year old zippo lighter, still works
J Lawson of Glasgow 12 bore side by side, built in 1870 and still as reliable as ever in 2020!