My point is Mondieu that since you are not going to be a customer, whether or not you like the design doesn't matter to me. I've always found that focusing on the smallest viable market to be the best way for me. I hear your criticism but it doesn't matter in the same way that 26 years ago I did not spend time trying to get alternative rockers or country music aficionados who disliked electronic music to read tribe magazine, and I especially didn't seek out their design approval or input for the publication, because they weren't ever going to read it. No offence, just explaining where I am coming from. It is a way of conserving energy, because launching any new thing takes an enormous amount of energy.
He's free to make this as exclusive as he wants. I know several people who would be all over this. ...but why should I bother referring them? My questions and opinions aren't worth shit if I'm not the direct customer.Yeah but this isn't music genres lol. Your market should be anyone that partakes in extracts/dabs... it's a big market, if you're going to deliberately exclude potential customers with a a very high price point and not bother even attempting to justify the cost then you will only ever cover a very small niche. But hey, I'm just a career sales guy, what do I know about these things... best of luck with your bourgeois dabber market though.
Yeah I totally get it, I'm not trying to be a dick or anything I just don't understand why the target market is so exclusive. And if that's the response I wouldn't bother referring either.
That said when I see 100% surgical grade titanium tools from established manufacturers that look quite similar going in the USD $30 range I'm genuinely curious what justifies the extra cost.
Anyways... it's almost time to bounce home from work and smoke a fatty.
You have to feel one in your hand to know the difference. Essentially it is a quality difference. It's a fine surgical instrument that has good balance, heft, and durability - not a mass produced bit of lightweight titanium. They are incredibly thin and strong, and our customers like how they can drop a perfect portion controlled dab into the small spaces these vape devices provide. There is just enough springiness in the tapered end of the MAGICIAN.
Some people buy crap tools, and I am guilty as anyone for having bought the cheapest drill, the least expensive saw, the most ghetto hammer. But when I have actually spent the extra money (sometimes significantly more) for a good tool, I was happier with it, for longer period of time, and my experience using it was significantly better.