Unless your wife puts the blade in a "safe place"
Well, aside from wooden handle it's all cast metal, of course it's gonna last multiple lifetimes. I'm using one that my mum got from her grandmother, and it's unsurprisingly pretty much the same the whole time. Pain in the ass to wash though, especially from minced meat.
A whole lifetime? That a fucking heirloom.
The manufacturer made a mistake by making a product that can last long. If it was made to last 2 years (warranty period) they would thrive
Can confirm, bought mine at the local red cross thrift shop for $10, it was made in around 1950 and works like brand new, mainly use it for grinding the best hamburger meat :)
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This tool is given from genration to generation in my family since 200 years. Cant tell how many pigs are gone trhough this.
Planned obsolescence must be one of the worst things that ever happened to production quality. I hate those reviews that say "I had this for 6 months, if it would break right now I would buy it again."
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