Things That Are Not Going To Stop Working Anytime Soon (19 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       6 Sep 2021       2865       4 GALLERY VIEW



“Here is how my great-great-great-great-great-grandfather’s wallet looks from 1750.”
“My almost-antique wristwatch (c. 1929)”
“My hand mixer from the 1950s that I bought at the thrift shop for $6 is an absolute pleasure to use!”
“Great-grandpa’s pocket watch is still going strong after 97 years.”
“Have been using this iPod daily for 15 years.”

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"This desk lamp is 70 years old already."
“My grandmother’s oven is at least 70 years old.”

“My Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer still partying like it’s 1999.”

“My girlfriend uses this sewing machine. Her great-grandmother bought it new back in 1925. It still works perfectly.”
“This fridge from 1942, at my friend’s house, works perfectly.”
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“I used this exact calculator when I was in high school and now I use it to teach high school! Going on 19 years of ownership!”
“This kettle is at least 75 years old. Still used every day.”
“Bought this in 1995 for my last year in middle school. I’m 43 now and still use it.”
“One of these I bought used 15 years ago, the other I bought new 6 months ago. Take a guess which currently isn’t working.”
“I bought a mini-stapler in 1994, now I am turning 40 soon and still using this on my work desk.”
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“A good wool blanket will outlast you. This one is pre-1927.”
“I restore and collect vintage keyboards to use daily and my IBM 5251 is my favorite. It’s from 1979.”
“My 97-year-old pen”
“30 years ago, I received this as a gift from my grandparents. Today, I get to pass it on to my son.”

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Hiram 8 month s ago
#12 that "kettle" is a stripped out coffee percolator
search ... Pyrex tea pot

#19 passed on and in never touched by a child shape
       
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Artelepsa 8 month s ago
They don't make 'em like they used to.
       
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Kit 8 month s ago
Artelepsa,

The main reason for that is because everything now is designed around a price point Before you shout out "it's made in China" and cheap it was designed to reach that price point. If u want a $2 widget, The Chinese will make you a $2 widget, you get what you pay for. If you want a $4 widget they can make that also and it will be a better quality.(look at your Iphone or half the electronics in your car) All manufactures do that ...not just the Chinese. It's all about profit not quality.
       
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Lea 8 month s ago
No 17, I love the 'clunk' noise it makes!
       
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