People share posts about the oldest but the most durable high-quality things on the subreddit called Buy It For Life. Take a look at some of them!
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1. I Thought You Guys Might Like My 1920s-1930s Magic Chef Stove With 6 Burners, 2 Ovens, And A Bread Warmer
2. Our Singer Sewing Machine, 100 Years Old And Works Perfectly
3. Oak Chest. Storing Family Shit Since 1682. Lock Still Working
4. Me In My Snoopy Sweater In 1981, My Son In The Same Sweater In 2017, And My Daughter In The Same Sweater In 2020
5. Found This Kitchenaid Mixer From The 1970s For $35. New Grease And Paint And It’s As Good As New
6. Oxford Bookbag From 1880 Or So. My Grandpa Got It Used When He Started High School In 1951. It Has Since Been Used And Enjoyed By My Mom, Uncle, Aunt And Myself And Is Still Durable
7. About 80 Years Old. Hand-Me-Down Cast Iron Skillet, Used Daily
8. Grandmother Still Has Her WWII Frigidaire Refrigerator, Still Works Without A Hitch!