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Do manufacturers intentionally make products deteriorate quicker to sell more items?

  • Yes manufcterers are evil

    Manufacturers just care about money, like most humans. They use their convincing manner to get customers to buy their items. If they didn´t, they wouldn´t earn much money, because the consumer would use their one product for the duration of their life.








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  • Yes, I think so.

    Don`t you hate it when something breaks just after the warranty runs out? Or what about the new electronic gadget that fails to work with your old accessories from the same manufacturer? Some of these infuriating problems were caused on purpose, by product designers practicing "planed obsolescence". There are also ways manufacturers exploit planed obsolescence to make consumers buy more product, such as buy purposefully making it difficult, or too costly , to make repairs.

  • Yes, manufacturers intentionally make products deteriorate quicker to sell more items.

    Yes, manufacturers intentionally make products deteriorate quicker to sell more items. It's called planned obsolescence and it's a policy of planning or designing a product with an artificially limited useful life, so it will become obsolete - unfashionable or no longer functional - after a certain amont of time. It pushed consumers to buy the newest and keeps their revenues coming in.

  • Yes, manufacturers intentionally make products to deteriorate quicker to sell more items.

    Yes, manufacturers intentionally make products to deteriorate quicker to sell more items because it is the only way they will stay in business. If every product lasted a person's lifetime, these businesses will never get new customers. It is a terrible system, but it is the only way they make money.

  • They keep prices low.

    No, manufacturers don't intentionally make products deteriorate quicker to sell more items, because it doesn't sell more items to have people think their items are cheap. In addition, we live in a disposal society. When the stove broke, people used to call a repair man. Now, they just buy a new one. This is just a consumer society. it is not the fault of manufacturers.


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