These things were almost everyone in the USSR

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Many things have remained since the Soviet era, which is still used, leave them as a souvenir, or simply a pity to throw away.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Many members of the current generation will look at these things, and not the fact that they will understand their purpose:

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Pistol for modeling dumplings.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Juicer.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Tongs for cans

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Clothes rack with brush to clean it.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

The stereoscope.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Figured vegetable cutter.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Mic.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

The circular slide rule.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Machine for darning stockings.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Army lights.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

distributor for cigarettes.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

The device for separating the protein from the yolk.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Medical enema.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

The lighter for the gas stove.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Hanger-brace trouser.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Device for cleaning fish on the scales.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Portable pocket ashtray.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Multi-opener.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Yes, "zhezlovoy apparatus" was not everyone, and was used on duty at the station for permission to engage in a train ferrying. The driver got the rod from the assistant station, and after arriving at the desired point gave back.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

Hand Warmer. Smoldering coal sticks enough for 8-9 hours.

These things were almost everyone in the USSR

subscriber speaker, radio "Rhythm-304."