Click video. It's often said we're a throwaway society. And it's certainly true we love to have the latest gadgets and gizmos. But that often means we get rid of things long before they're really worn out.
Now, researchers in Brighton are redesigning products so we learn to love and cherish them for years. Malcolm Shaw has been finding out more.
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