"Dad gifted me his old Stanley 25’ 10 years ago when I started business and still going strong with no maintenance needed"
"Tuffy Shovel. Over 14 years of snow shoveling in Alaska, Flagstaff, Tahoe and Reno."
"I know, another thermos. But seriously, this was my grandfather’s from the 50’s and still kept coffee hot for hours in -20 today!"
"Some more photos of my 1985 Numatic Henry!"
"Been using my grandfather’s 1/2 inch drive wrench as long as I can remember, just found the patent that was pending on it was registered in 1941"
"Pretty sure you could nuke TNF Basecamp duffel bags and they’d still be in one piece (this one is at least 2 decades old)"
"5.11 (Rush 24) Backpack, bought in 2013. It has seen at least 3 continents and 8 years of daily use. Only the padded area has some wear so far."
"Westinghouse Mobilaire fan my grandparents got in the 50s. Grandfather still uses it."
"Elora Adjustable wrench"
"Resoled my boots. Ready for another 5+ years!"
"This Bowl have been in my family since 1850-1860"
"Sunbeam Mixmaster still making cakes"
"This has possibly already lasted a lifetime, with a few more decades to go"
"Found out that my house is a gold mine for this subreddit. The GE Deluxe Toast-R- oven and the Robeson The Mixer. 1960 to 1970 daily driver."
"Several year old Leatherman Rebar looks good as new after a good cleaning and some new cutter teeth."
"Waffle iron my mother bought when she was 19. She’s 75 now and still serves delicious waffles."
"Osterizer Dual Range Solid State blender. Made in Canada. Still runs every morning."
"Our 1950s stove will run for another 100 years"
"1965 Palmer pizzelle iron on the left, 2015 model on the right."
"Buck 110 Automatic, built like a tank, and actually has recoil when opening…"
"I’m 32 and my father has been brushing his Italian mane with this bad boy since as long as I can remember"
"This thing has been in my family for 3 generations. I just found out you can open a box and add some wet ingredients and you have a cake, so it’s been getting a lot of use lately.."
"My Swift Whip egg beater from the 1930’s. It’s an absolute dream!"
"Neighbors 18th century barn burned down this summer from stray fireworks. Stone walls still standing so they are reframing around them."
#16 Wow, several years old?
Rebar. Made in 2012 till today. At the most it can only be 10 years old.
the cabinet was made out of cedar and the paper was never eaten by bugs