6 Disposal of Old Stuff In Russia

Disposal of Old Stuff In Russia

Posted on November 17, 2013 by team

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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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