Everything is bound to break. But in the world of today, products are actually expected to break after a certain time.
It's called planned obsolescence, some might see it as the 'heart' of capitalism, but actually, it's just another crutch to support a market system which is obsolete itself. It is evident that most products you can buy will be produced with intentional flaws, substandard resources or even programmes which block the correct function after a certain time like in several printers. The reason for all that is pretty obvious: If the people had durable and high-quality products which work for a long time, they don't need to buy new ones. The shops can't make money this way. Factories wouldn't have any orders and couldn't produce anything. People would lose their jobs and the whole system was ruined. But is it better to produce low-quality consumer products and therefore waste a lot of time and resources? No.
This way, we hinder our own potential. We have the knowledge and the ablility to support everyone with the necessities of life but we're engaging in small-minded and short-sighted fights for more wealth instead. Everything is focused on gaining money in any possible way but higher goals are disregarded. Take the exploration of space as an example. Who would actually want to invest in something that won't help him to aggregate more money?
The market system and the use of money might have worked a very long time, but we have to find alternatives in our modern society. Of course, it's not easy to establish a whole new system and fully disregard the old one. Generations of people used to handle money and some might even live for it. But if nothing changes it will crash someday. We've had several economical crises now and we may also have some more to go. That's why we need a new and primarily fair system to replace the free market capitalism of today.