Old school supplies: 20 items we wish we still had

The phrase outdated can be argued differently. Some find what is termed outdated still efficient while other will throw it out of the window the first chance they get. However, there are things that majority of those who had the experience would agree to bring back if that was possible. Here it the list of the top twenty items we would appreciate if they showed back.

Rotary phones

Rotary phones

It might be a pain to dial 1-400 number, but it is satisfying to hand up the receiver. The current smartphone lack that ending beauty that some of us will pay expensive to have.

Cloth lines

Cloth lines

Cloth lines have become a rare sight with some neighbourhood banning them outright. Remember that fresh scent of dried lines laundry? It was precious.

Analog clock

Analog clock

Watches have gone too digital. Kids do it better than adults, and that is not cool.

Typewriter

Typewriter

It might be noisy, but it works just as good. Plus no one will dare carry it to the coffee shop bringing making the place somewhere special to converse, just like the good old days.

Stationery

Who needs a pen nowadays? Emails are online and do the bills.Feels good to receive a written letter, though.

Candy dishes

Candy dishes

These crystal bowls have disappeared completely. They use to light us up, from knowing its content.

Teapots

Teapots

The brew in old school pots tasted better that from the nowadays electric kettles.

Treat Tins

They use to pack tea, cookies or candies making them more adorable. They remained a décor after using the product.

Sewing kits

Sewing kits

They were adorable gifts. Sewing especially the learning part was fun.

Other items majorly fall in old-school school items. Examples include: push lead pencils, Triangle ruler, pencil sharpener, scented erasers, lunchbox, watch calculator, multi-colour push pens, scented markers, gem stickers, vintage backpacks among others.