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6 Disposal of Old Stuff In Russia

Disposal of Old Stuff In Russia

Posted on November 17, 2013 by team


Check out how old stuff is recycled in Russian cities today. By the way, many of those Soviet machines can still function….

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6 Responses to “Disposal of Old Stuff In Russia”

  1. Jim-Bob says:

    It’s sort of a shame, really. Most of those old things have so much character compared to the electronics of today. Plus, those radios are all short wave receivers. At least in the US, that is a rare feature to find, and almost impossible to find in a car radio. I do have to wonder though if the former USSR still uses a lot of short wave, due to the long distances involved.

  2. Osip says:

    Hahaha refrigerant sucking machine looks like is being used for first time. Maybe only time hahaha.

  3. Mandea says:

    Wow, we still have in our house (in Romania) stuff like that: Uralets and Raketa vacuum cleaner (Raketa is made for 110V a.c.), Selena radio and a 1967 Zil refrigerator. They all work. Even the lightbulb in the refrigerator is original. Great Soviet stuff, made to last.

  4. leftnutt43 says:

    Well considering i was around that type of business for a few years i yes Osip i would say either they just need a new one that day because there old one broke :) or they got a new one out to look good for the picture .. all the ones i ever saw where beat to hell marked up ect ect..

  5. Chris says:

    Planned aging the product? Not in Russia, most of them still work I think.

  6. DoomDriver says:

    I would like to dig in for some Nixies!

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