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Tim 2 month s ago
#19 never replace those they might need a new belt every couple of decades but they will last almost forever.
they just don't make things like they used to. because of stupid planned obsolescence.
       
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Tony 2 month s ago
Tim,

ThEy JuSt DoN’t MaKe ThInGs As ThEy UsEd To Be
       
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Nicey 2 month s ago
Modern manufacturers could take some lessons here.
       
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Paula 2 month s ago
Nicey,

They did, make is less sturdy otherwise people will not by new ones and spend more money.....
       
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Diana 2 month s ago
#14... You should have left it just as it was. It was beautiful
       
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Myrti 2 month s ago
#3 I used these in the army (back when they still had C-Rations) and still have some that I keep for emergencies. The only thing that beats this is the Australian version that works the same but is longer and includes a small spoon at the end.
       
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Myrti 2 month s ago
#19 I have a 50+ year old A606 in the same Harvest Green color that still does at least 2 loads a week, cost me $50 about 20 years ago, and has had only rubber parts replaced. I might, someday, take it apart and rebuild it, but it's not going anywhere. And, after lasting this long, it really gives new meaning to the Lonely Maytag Repairman adds from the 70s & 80s..
       
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Reggie 2 month s ago
#20 Herman Miller make great chairs if you have a bad back. Get them setup properly and they can really help.
       
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Augusta 2 month s ago
#15 Nope that model is 20 years old. Kirby's do however last forever. We have a Kirby Legend II (1989 model) and it still works perfectly
       
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Britt 2 month s ago
#5 Still have and use my original Leatherman Supertool, bought in 1997.
       
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Fredericka 1 month ago
#24 I have a similar set from Revere inherited from my Grandmother. Recieved an expensive modern set as a gift. I still use the Revere's more often.
       
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