20 Times People Were Proud Of Their Extremely Durable Products And Had To Share Them Online

Published 9 months ago

Finding products that stand the test of time has become increasingly rare these days. However, a growing online community has dedicated itself to the pursuit of durable and long-lasting items. This group, aptly named “Buy It For Life” has become a treasure trove of recommendations for products that have surpassed expectations in terms of longevity.

Today, we have compiled a list of remarkable products that have proven to be both durable and reliable according to the experiences shared by members of this online group.

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#1 Most Of My Hifi Components Are Getting On For 50 Years Old In The Next Few Years. All Still Working Perfectly

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#2 From My Great Grandparents House

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#3 Aurora Solar Calculator. Couldn’t Confirm Its Actual Age, But My Mom Said, “It’s Definitely Older Than You.” I’m 39

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#4 My 1959 Frigidaire Custom Imperial

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#5 90s Polly Pockets Are Almost Indestructible, Better Well Made Than The Newer Versions. Now Our Children Get To Play With Them!

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#6 Still Using Grandma’s 1940’s Egg Poacher For My Morning Breakfast

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#7 1979 West Bend Popcorn Maker

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#8 My 25 Year Old Rivendell Atlantis With Home Made Bags. A Perfect Bicycle

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#9 This Bosch Drill Is From 1987, Gifted To Me From My Dad. Its Been In The Family 1 Year Longer Than Me

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#10 My Buddy Has Had This Alarm Clock Since The 80s

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#11 My Grandpa’s 85-Y.o. Frigidaire From 1938 Still Works!

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#12 This Ice Cream Scooper We Inherited From My Grandma When We Moved Into Her House

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#13 Vagarant Traveler C.e.o. 17″ Backpack Briefcase In Coffee Brown

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#14 My 1977 Kosmos 1 Pocket-Sized Biorhythm Calculator. 46 Years Of Crunching Numbers

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#15 This Old Sony Phone Before The Merger With Ericsson, Still Connects To Networks Here In Poland

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#16 My 1993 Montgomery Wards Lawn Mower Still Runs And Cuts The Grass As Good As When It Was New!

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#17 After Replacing Our Fridge Twice In The Past 12 Years With Brand New Models, I Finally Gave Up And Just Put Our Garage Fridge In The Kitchen. It Fits Perfectly, And Has Been Running For Decades, And Could Probably Be Repaired vs. Thrown Away If We Ever Need To Fix It

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#18 Here’s A 1925 General Electric 6″ Desk Fan In Near Mint Condition. It’s Been Cleaned, And Had The Blades Polished. It Still Has Its Original Paint. It Had The Power Cord Replaced With A Modern Reproduction. It Doesn’t Get Used Much As It Might Be A Little Dangerous

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#19 Yet Another Stanley Insulated Jug. But This One Is About 100 Years Old

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#20 My Grandmother’s Oven, Circa 1966. Many Holiday Meals Were Cooked With Love Here, Right Up Until The Day She Passed. Aside From One Shattered Glass Door That Was Replaced, Everything Still Works!

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Saumya Ratan

Saumya is an explorer of all things beautiful, quirky, and heartwarming. With her knack for art, design, photography, fun trivia, and internet humor, she takes you on a journey through the lighter side of pop culture.

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