hreru wrote: you will think over buying a new fridge if you must be on a waiting list to get it and then you'll get the one that's just come to the shop and only at home you see what you've bought.
Yes! My parents told me the same about cars, flats and almost about every bigger stuff.
Well, Lada also wrote good things, those stuffs, not only the Soviet, but the Hungarian ones also worked pretty fine.
And nowadays "Ohh, buy a BOSCH! It is good for as long as 5 years! " - Is that long?
The design was awful indeed, and of course they must have been mended quite often.
As I wrote kitchen appliances were different They were everything but not practical.
And cars also - I always vomitted in our zhiguli, and all Eastern cars broke down all the time.