Cheap V. Expensive: How much of a difference is there?

Cheap V. Expensive: How much of a difference is there?

I would like to know how many people believe that the more you pay for a toy the better the product. Are some products overpriced or are they worth the money?

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destinationtwilight destinationtwilight
Does price always matter?
02/14/2012
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Chirple Chirple
I don't think it's a perfect correlation, but I'd say from what I've experienced, it's generally true that you get what you pay for.

There's inflated luxury, no doubt - but this site is great for research into if a product is worth it for you or not.
02/14/2012
MelSC MelSC
No price does not always matter. I have seen toys that are horrible quality, really loud ect that are more expensive than Fun Factory or Lelo toys.
02/14/2012
spiceboy spiceboy
It depends on what kind of toy you're dealing with. Glass toys, for example, can be anywhere from $25 to $200 and have the exact same design and functionality. You're paying for the artistry of the blown glass and it's up to the manufacturer what that's worth. It's pretty subjective. Price doesn't define quality in that scenario.
02/14/2012
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
I've found amazing toys for 10 bucks and horrible ones for over 100, but generally, price does matter.
02/14/2012
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by destinationtwilight
Does price always matter?
Really depends on the product. Some things are simply overpriced and others are VERY good...but you pay for that quality.
02/19/2012
Miss Morphine Miss Morphine
I won't say price always matter, but with a few exceptions I've gotten better use out of most of my pricier toys and I've quickly killed most of the cheap ones or had to perform surgery on them to keep them alive.
02/19/2012
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