People Are Showing Off Their Products That Are Still In Perfect Condition Years Later, And It's An "F U" To Capitalism

I recently posted a list of 19 items people had been using for decades, which were still in perfect condition. As it turns out, there are way more where that came from. Here are 21 more astonishing photos of everlasting items from r/BuyItForLife:

1."Our Oxford book-bag 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."

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2."This duffle bag that came with the Nintendo 64 my parents got me for Christmas 1995. A little dinged up, but very intact. Still one of my main travel bags."

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3."This oak chest has been storing family stuff since 1682. Lock is still working."

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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."

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5."This GE alarm clock has never failed in probably 25 years."

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6."My 1974 Sansui 881. She's 48 years old this month."

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7."Recently restored this old girl. A 1990-something Weber Genesis 3000. Made in the USA."

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8."Sorel, going on 20 years."

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9."I inherited this toaster from the 1920s around 10 years ago, and it has worked great every single day."

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10."The Rubbermaid one-gallon pitcher: holding a lifetime of Tang, lemonade, and iced tea."

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11."Happy birthday to our refrigerator that turned 99 years old this month! She’s still going strong."

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12."You think your TI-84 Plus is old? My TI-83 (NO PLUS) is over 20 years old. Got me through high school, college, and now I teach math and science with this thing."

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13."This GPS has been in my family for 10+ years. It’s still supported by Garmin with Map Updates."

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14."1949 Caloric Ultra-matic gas range. Got it for $20 and it’s used daily. Everything works!"

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15."I think you might like my 1920s–1930s Magic Chef stove with six burners, two ovens, and a bread warmer."

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16."My mom surprised my son and brought one of my favorite toys from my childhood. It's probably about 25 years old and he's already been using it daily — just as I did. Thanks, mom."

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17."26 years old, 326,000 miles, and still going strong. I love this thing."

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18."My in-laws’ Pyrex bowls that my wife grew up with. Wedding present from 1970. The only thing she asked for when her parents asked her what she wanted from their estate. One used to be pink. Used daily."

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u/Stepside79 / Via reddit.com

19."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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u/ShaquielleOFeel / Via reddit.com

20."Another testament to the quality of Herman Miller Chairs. I got this one at an office liquidation, only to find out it was manufactured in 1999. It's still in great shape with no issues."

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21.And finally, "My grandfather's grandfather's pocket watch, which made it through WWI, and still works!"

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