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What is a product or service you are willing to spend more money on to get better quality?

What is a product or service you are willing to spend more money on to get better quality?

DungeonLord69

My gran used to say “don’t skimp when buying shoes or mattresses; if you’re not in one, you’re in the other”


DarSwanSwede

I miss my grandma 👵


kyzasurus

Footwear


TacoLita

Kitchen knifes. A good set will last a lifetime.


MzFitz1215

Yes! I was looking to see if anyone else said it first.


ripleyrichard

Hooker


DarSwanSwede

What service do you use? 🤣


ripleyrichard

Cocaine


DarSwanSwede

Not necessarily together with the hooker right…she’s got to start bringing her own 😂


Mysterious-Tea-7218

Shoes and furniture.


mothman_luvr

Clothing in general. Not necessarily a designer brand like Supreme, but something I know is quality and will last.


Guccibow

Tools


Stunt-Driver

90% of the time I'd agree but I think there are a few things where buying the cheap option is perfectly okay.


GettingTherapy

A haircut. It doesn’t need to be a great haircut, but it can’t be a shitty cut.


plscallmeRain

it is always worth it to spend more on food., but I don't buy foods that are products too often. as far as services or products, uh, I'm more likely to spend more to avoid exploitative labor or negative environmental consequences than out of expecting increased quality.


Kellymcc

Weed


RaccoonStalker

Authentic Apple lightning cables. Every. Single. One of the cheaper knockoffs in my experience either didn’t work straight out of the box, worked only in certain positions, and/or stopped working in a couple months. Whereas authentic Apple cables continued to work well up until they were absolutely shredded to their core


tin_foil_hatter

I started putting sugru around the ends of every Apple cord when I bought it to make them last longer. It works pretty well, added a year and more to some of them.


master_jimmy74

A driveway/sidewalk the thicker the more expensive the longer it lasts


ceej18

Most things. The saying “you get what you pay for” is so true. Items I especially pay out on are tools, electronics, headphones, furniture, food, kitchen equipment & air travel (ahhh the good old days)


pkkiah

Makeup. If I cheap out, it will show via clogged pores and terrible acne


NoMonkeyPooForU

Tools, legal services, tax preparation


ZeD00m

People make fun of me because the majority of my clothes come from Walmart or Target, yet I'm willing to drop $100.00 + on a pair of shoes. I don't skimp on shoes. Ever. Cheap shoes can fuck up your feet and I just so happen to spend 8+ hours on my feet most days due to my job. I kind of need my feet to not be fucked up.


Majestic_Napper

Toilet paper