Originally Posted by komi
OK, one simple question , tell me why should i buy your product, and why is priced on 1000 bucks ... Is simple like that ...
Give me answer* and i am buying ... If you dont have answer, all your sweet talking is worth a 0 ...
*please avoid words "Ultra hight-quality", "6 layers pcb", "CNC machined aluminum" etc ...
Just simple answer - like you are seller in the store and i just walk in, asking why is that think 1000 bucks ...
[sigh.] Alright, Komi, since you asked more nicely, let's see if we can get logic to win the day here.
Since you seem to have a penchant for fashion (nothing wrong with that, BTW), let's use it as a working example. I presume you own some of the brands of clothing or accessories you mentioned, or are at least aspiring to do so. When you walked into the Versace store and found your eye caught by those sweet $500 sunglasses, did you ask the sales clerk to explain why you should buy them, and how they could possibly
cost $500? What did he or she say, assuming the response wasn't a dismissive scowl or instant laughter? Did you engage in a long-winded exchange about the merits of True Religion jeans before reaching for your wallet? What where the points of discussion that swayed you and made you a believer? Did you email Mark Nason and ask him similar questions before buying some of his boots? What did he say? Why did you buy any of these products - what were your specific
reasons? Clearly, you found value in them, but why
When you ask me why the Diverter costs as much as it does but then expressly disallow me from citing any of the real reasons I or others have already mentioned, can you not see how that represents a logical conundrum? This is why no one, including myself, has taken your blustering seriously.
It's as if you came to me and said, "Josh, I simply must know why you like sugar so much and why I should eat some myself, but DON'T give me any of that crap
about liking the way it tastes, rapid weight gain, sugar highs, or wanting to support the Twinkie company and sugar cane farmers."
I mean, where do you go from there?