"My in-laws were brilliant: Le Creuset, purchased 1977." —cuthman99
Get your own 5-piece set (not for '70s prices, sadly) on Amazon for $524.95.
"My favorite cooking knife. Sharpened twice in 20 years. Still made today, and if I ever broke this one I would find another regardless of cost." —Craiglea
Get a similar one on Amazon for $41.
"Antique store score: Like new, in-box, USA-made Stanley thermos for $9." —l3rewski
Get it on Amazon for $22.99.
"Originally bought at a yard sale, this Playmate Igloo has been taken to work every day for over 30 years." —lasher576
Get it on Amazon for $15.24.
"This mighty Pyrex measuring bowl I bought for $10 at a thrift store is absolutely indestructible." —SauceOfTheBoss
Get it on Amazon for $11.99.
"Very durable Columbia backpack. Bought this 19+ years ago, has been everywhere with me as my sons have grown up, all zippers are still intact and operable, all seams still together, color has only slightly faded despite many trips to the beach. Total workhorse for us." —Biffarama
Get a similar one on Amazon for $46.87.
"The most indestructible toddler toy of all time." —pryos1
Get the latest version on Amazon for $23.98.
"Almost 25 years old and countless miles." —umyninja
Get them on Amazon for $44.63+ (women's) or $40+ (men's).
"I bought this Seiko with my first raise. 1985." —alanlight
Get a similar one on Amazon for $94.95.
"Wedding present from my mother-in-law — 1978 KitchenAid mixer." —BeetsbySasha
Get it on Amazon for $189.99.
"The last pair of scissors you'll ever own. Kuhn Rikon Classic Snips." —Brodaag
Get them on Amazon for $19.27.
"This Patagonia Capilene base layer is close to 15 years old. It’s been all over the world, and is seldom treated with care. It still insulates well, and just won’t die!" —Ders0840
Get it from Patagonia for $34+ (available in women's and men's).
"This (50s-60s?) Swing-A-Way can opener that I collected from my grandfather's estate." —1TSDELUXESON
Get it on Amazon for $12.10.
"'80s Cuisinart food processor. Push tab down for pulse and up for on. This thing's a workhorse and if you come across one thrifting or yardsaling, get it. It's worth its weight in gold." —Enter_Corgi
Get it from Amazon for $99.95.
"Patton fan purchased in 1995, runs as well as the day I bought it." —fulano74
Get it from Amazon for $44.21.
"The 1941 issue of the Joy of Cooking given to me by my grandma, I still reference it sometimes." —Cat_Poker5
Get the 75th anniversary edition from Amazon for $1.99+, Barnes & Noble for $25.81+, or a local bookseller through IndieBound here.