What's the oldest piece of technology you still use?


My ipod is 11 years old, hurrah!


Do guitars count?


My car is 13 years old, yes!


a knife. they’ve been around for a while.




Serious answer: Have a couple of casette players from the 80s and 90s. Don’t use them that often though.

Even more serious answer: Your Mum.


Our microwave was bought for us as an engagement present over 14 years ago, and it’s still going. So, that.


Our house. 116 years.


Must be my Rega Planar 2 turntable, I’ve only had it about 3 years or so - but I would assume it was made in the 80s


My N64 still gets an airing every now and then, that must be getting close to 20 years old.

Every day usage is probably my iPod, think it’s about 7 years old now.


your mum’s vib-

no, never mind


Vibrato pedal?


Think my printer is about 15 years old. I’ve only changed the cartridge once


my B&O record player that my dad got in the 80’s

totally cant afford a new needle for it though



Boss VB-2, indeed.


Got some speakers that must be about 20 years old. Got a turntable somewhere that’s about 30 but needs some refurbishment


Just say ‘burrito’ and be done with it.


I have the malekko one that is quite similar so no longer have to borrow dissers mums


PS1 probably