have your, his, its, etc. uses

have (someone or something's) uses

To have particular instances in which someone or something is better or can be seen to have more value, especially when that is not always the case. I hate that this mixer takes up so much space on the counter, but it does have its uses.
See also: have, use

have your, his, its, etc. ˈuses

(informal, often humorous) be useful sometimes: I know you don’t like him, but he has his uses — he’s a great cook!
See also: have, use