Price of Toys

Price of Toys

chicmichiw chicmichiw
What influences your decision to buy a toy? How about many toys? Do you frequently shell out for quality, but buy few toys -- or, have a little bit of everything but didn't pay that much?
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Quote:
Originally posted by chicmichiw
What influences your decision to buy a toy? How about many toys? Do you frequently shell out for quality, but buy few toys -- or, have a little bit of everything but didn't pay that much?
usually mid range or cheaper. it hurts me to spend more than 40-50
12/22/2012
KissTheSkyBaby KissTheSkyBaby
I have a mixture of the two and I'd say roughly 25-30 total. Prices ranging from $5 to I think $65 for my most expensive one. Sales have a lot to do with my deciding WHEN to buy as for what ratings. I don't mind paying a bit more if a toy has good ratings with people who have similar tastes. But even then as I said if it's more then say $30 it's gotta be a sale or deal worked into the final number somehow
12/22/2012
Rory Rory
I look at the size and shape. Then I read the reviews to find out how they work and if they hold up. Price doesn't really effect my decision. I have about a dozen toys & I bought 2 for my hubby and they range from $20 to $120. I'm considering a $200 rabbit (but we'll see about that).
12/22/2012
invisiblehat invisiblehat
So far I've stayed in the 20-50 range for my toys, including the discount from sales and so on. Since I'm new to toys, I'd rather figure out what works for my body first before shelling out for quality.
12/22/2012
Ayumi Ayumi
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Originally posted by invisiblehat
So far I've stayed in the 20-50 range for my toys, including the discount from sales and so on. Since I'm new to toys, I'd rather figure out what works for my body first before shelling out for quality.
I agree. I stay in the 20 to 50 range, to try out what I like and the thing is you can find some really fun good quality toys for very low prices. I am a bargain shopper all around and so I hunt and read reviews until I find something that is within my range, but good quality.
12/22/2012
travelnurse travelnurse
I have been saving points and I have bought some higher end toys, and the higher end toys really are worth it. I am so over batteries. I love my waterproof rechargeable.
12/22/2012
Rossie Rossie
I do not like to waste my points/money on inexpensive/ineffectiv e items, I'll patiently save my points and wait till high quality toys go on a really good sale to obtain them. I don't have a huge toy collection, but they're all quality toys.
12/22/2012
wildshores wildshores
not really interested in quantity atm as i'm moving around so it's easier to save for quality stuff.
12/22/2012
jr2012 jr2012
if I'm buying something over $35 I will wait for a sale. I know it's probably all mental but 20% off of a $150 toy makes it easy for me to buy!
12/22/2012
*Camoprincess* *Camoprincess*
I don't buy cheap toys, I have been buying silicone vibes for almost a year now an I am slowly getting Jopen items as well as some other expensive toys. I think the cheapest toy in my collection right now was $12 or so an it was a bullet
12/23/2012
Lily MisterMaster Lily MisterMaster
I, to the dismay of my wallet, cannot abide by buying cheap toys. For some reason it just seems wasteful for me to buy something inexpensive if I have to keep buying and throwing away batteries, or know that the material is toxic or non-recyclable. I respect the position of wanting to try a sensation out before going for it whole-hog, but personally, I just feel guilty.
Secondly, I like to collect nice looking toys, which usually means they have a great deal of design work behind them. These two factors collude to give me an utter snobbishness surrounding what does and does not go into my toy chest.
12/23/2012
Cindi025 Cindi025
I used to buy toys under $20 but since I have found this site I have started saving my points and buying the nicer $50-$100 toys... after throwing away around 25-30 toys last month I have learned sometimes it is better to buy the more expensive ones.
02/23/2013
Hummingbird Hummingbird
Mostly material drives my decision not price. My favorites of course are Silicone and glass each for their own reasons. I normally by toys greater than $20 because the majority under $20 that are power operated are usually too noisy for my taste. I'd rather wait until a sale or until I have enough points for a discount on a preferred toy of choice that will benefit me.
02/23/2013
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