As I hung up my old Aerostich roadcrafter suit the other day after a ride, started thinking about how nice it is to own a few things that are so well-made that they last almost forever, serve well, and are satisfying to use or even look at because of how dang well executed and well thought out they are. Designed and put together by somebody who cared about it. My 'stich is almost ten years old and still just as good as the day I first got it. Expensive but worth it. You know, pretty much the opposite of the usual cheap WalMart crap we all buy and soon throw out. I can really only think of a few things like this that I own. Most of them I've had for many years and no plans to replace. Using them is a daily pleasure. - Stich Roadcrafter 1-pc suit, as noted above - Fuji X100 camera - Kershaw Onion pocketknife - Craftsman tools I bought 25yrs ago, esp combo wrenches (I hear the newer ones are not as good) - Seiko 5 mechanical watch (inexpensive but a beautiful little machine that's always kept perfect time) ...that's about all I could come up with. What's your list?