Whether you’re ready to make the switch to espresso or lattes for your everyday cup of joe, the coffee that you brew won’t be the same without a good quality cup. If you’ve got the cash, you can get a high-quality cup from a local coffee shop, but if you’re on a budget, it’s easy to pick up a new cup maker at the store. You can start by purchasing a pair of 12-cup coffee makerJudi Bendeen and Joyce Meyer Blaustein bought in 1979 for $1,200. The pair used them from 1980 to 2012 — or about 10,000 cups — and it was common for them to have units in use as long as two years. Each of these cups was created with one purpose in mind: To last. And because they were so dependable, they’re now going strong with no leaks or other problems since they were first designed more than half a century ago.