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Ferrari brand for £34 extra Cybex Pallas M Fix car seat - £164.99 @ Argos
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Ferrari brand for £34 extra Cybex Pallas M Fix car seat - £164.99 @ Argos

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Posted 23rd AugEdited by:"jdRiggs"

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Is £215 in preciouslittleone. Argos have it reduced at the moment.
Goes without saying the same seat is cheaper without the branding but at least you get excellent quality and safety standards for this branded one for £34 price difference.
Ferrari without the front impact sheild is £119
argos.co.uk/pro…698

The majority of branded car seats are poor quality eg Disney though meet the MINIMUM legal standard for safety. So thought for those who want the logo it is good value for the price.
Is £128 without the branding
preciouslittleone.com/pro…ck/
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What use is the brand?

Does it make is safer or is to say, "I am a mug and paid more for the logo, so I can claim I am better than you?"
Common.Sense23/08/2019 13:46

What use is the brand?Does it make is safer or is to say, "I am a mug and …What use is the brand?Does it make is safer or is to say, "I am a mug and paid more for the logo, so I can claim I am better than you?"


Honestly I agree with you. I wouldn't pay extra for it but there are people who do. No idea if they think they are better than you without the brand, always assumed they thought it looked trendy in their car? Same as a designer handbag isn't any more able to carry your keys and purse.
Branded products should not display a logo. The quality and design should speak for themselves.
Common.Sense23/08/2019 14:19

Branded products should not display a logo. The quality and design should …Branded products should not display a logo. The quality and design should speak for themselves.


So cars shouldn’t have their badges on? Or phones, tv’s etc. Just guess by the way it looks ya?
Common.Sense23/08/2019 13:46

What use is the brand?Does it make is safer or is to say, "I am a mug and …What use is the brand?Does it make is safer or is to say, "I am a mug and paid more for the logo, so I can claim I am better than you?"


jdRiggs23/08/2019 13:52

Honestly I agree with you. I wouldn't pay extra for it but there are …Honestly I agree with you. I wouldn't pay extra for it but there are people who do. No idea if they think they are better than you without the brand, always assumed they thought it looked trendy in their car? Same as a designer handbag isn't any more able to carry your keys and purse.


For you people Asda is selling their Harmony car seat for about £18 I think...
johnszi2323/08/2019 15:18

So cars shouldn’t have their badges on? Or phones, tv’s etc. Just guess by …So cars shouldn’t have their badges on? Or phones, tv’s etc. Just guess by the way it looks ya?



Correct. BMW even allow model deletion, one step in the correct direction.

Why do others need to be able to identify the brand?

What is comical is a company pays a celebrity to advertise a brand and people pay to advertise it.
This is amazing. The company treats you as second class - you pay and others are paid!
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 23rd Aug
johnszi2323/08/2019 15:20

For you people Asda is selling their Harmony car seat for about £18 I …For you people Asda is selling their Harmony car seat for about £18 I think...


Oh gosh not for me thank you! No particular interest in paying £34 extra for the brand but definitely happy to pay the £120 for the quality of the Cybex. Not at all interested in the harmony booster, the awards it won were 10 years ago, safety innovation on car seats have come a long way since then! The harmony will only perform adequately in a 30mph forward and 20mph rear collision as required by law. Not very realistic conditions for many people.
Edited by: "jdRiggs" 23rd Aug
Common.Sense23/08/2019 14:19

Branded products should not display a logo. The quality and design should …Branded products should not display a logo. The quality and design should speak for themselves.


Only if you are familiar with how to evaluate the product without trusting a brand name. Couldn't tell the difference in build quality of you lined up four 32 inch TVs as they are not my area of expertise. Guess that is why Sony used to give a 5 year warranty.
jdRiggs23/08/2019 18:00

Only if you are familiar with how to evaluate the product without trusting …Only if you are familiar with how to evaluate the product without trusting a brand name. Couldn't tell the difference in build quality of you lined up four 32 inch TVs as they are not my area of expertise. Guess that is why Sony used to give a 5 year warranty.


And then you’ll find out that all tv panels made by Samsung only the frame and the chip is different...
Common.Sense23/08/2019 16:06

Correct. BMW even allow model deletion, one step in the correct …Correct. BMW even allow model deletion, one step in the correct direction.Why do others need to be able to identify the brand?What is comical is a company pays a celebrity to advertise a brand and people pay to advertise it.This is amazing. The company treats you as second class - you pay and others are paid!


Model deletion is not badge deletion... I had one of my previous car’s model deleted but only for a cleaner look and to make my life 1% easier when I washed it. Some people doing it for the same reason, some doing it to make you think he’s got a better model and not just a 116d...
Yes, celebs got everything as they act like moving advertisements for companys, and that’s why we all paying higher prices. Try to be a good influencer on instagram, maybe you’ll get some freebies...
johnszi2323/08/2019 20:03

Model deletion is not badge deletion... I had one of my previous car’s m …Model deletion is not badge deletion... I had one of my previous car’s model deleted but only for a cleaner look and to make my life 1% easier when I washed it. Some people doing it for the same reason, some doing it to make you think he’s got a better model and not just a 116d...Yes, celebs got everything as they act like moving advertisements for companys, and that’s why we all paying higher prices. Try to be a good influencer on instagram, maybe you’ll get some freebies...



I know. If you read,I said it was a step in the right direction.
I do not need freebies, I an afford to pacy full wack!
I find it ridiculous pay to advertise brands on their clothes.

True, "designer" clothes do not display brand names.
Buy a £200 shirt and the brand will not be on the front.
jdRiggs23/08/2019 18:00

Only if you are familiar with how to evaluate the product without trusting …Only if you are familiar with how to evaluate the product without trusting a brand name. Couldn't tell the difference in build quality of you lined up four 32 inch TVs as they are not my area of expertise. Guess that is why Sony used to give a 5 year warranty.



The box will state the brand. You do not need to display it on the product.

So called, "cheap" brands would sell more if they did not display their logo on the product.
Common.Sense23/08/2019 21:18

The box will state the brand. You do not need to display it on the …The box will state the brand. You do not need to display it on the product.So called, "cheap" brands would sell more if they did not display their logo on the product.


If a "cheap" products logo is holding them back then they have a marketing or perceived quality / online reviews issue. I wouldn't expect they have to display their brand prominently, it's the manufacturers choice to do so.
It's a personal choice to spend a bit more on a higher quality item that is more durable or perhaps will have a resale value or spend less and replace it sooner. More established companies have spend a lot of effort building a brand, it motivates them to keep the quality of their products good as it reflects on their brand. The new entrants will take time to get established. Levelling the playing field by wiping out what some companies do well is not beneficial, they should be learning from them.
Edited by: "jdRiggs" 24th Aug
jdRiggs24/08/2019 11:19

If a "cheap" products logo is holding them back then they have a marketing …If a "cheap" products logo is holding them back then they have a marketing or perceived quality / online reviews issue. I wouldn't expect they have to display their brand prominently, it's the manufacturers choice to do so. It's a personal choice to spend a bit more on a higher quality item that is more durable or perhaps will have a resale value or spend less and replace it sooner. More established companies have spend a lot of effort building a brand, it motivates them to keep the quality of their products good as it reflects on their brand. The new entrants will take time to get established. Levelling the playing field by wiping out what some companies do well is not beneficial, they should be learning from them.



With clothes? How is a £3 tee-shirt worth £200 with a logo? It the quality worth an extra £197? I say no.

is a Toshiba Vestel television better quality than a Vestel logo television? You are paying for the logo.

I prefer my Samsung QLED 65" television not to have a Samsung logo on. I have no desire to advertise the manufacturer.
I would like "brand deletion". I do not have dementia yet (I am sure I will soon), and know it is a Samsung television. Constant channel logos on a television signal annoys me. I know which channel I watch. Branding is shoved in your face!
Buy the brand - why advertise it?
Common.Sense23/08/2019 21:16

I know. If you read,I said it was a step in the right direction.I do not …I know. If you read,I said it was a step in the right direction.I do not need freebies, I an afford to pacy full wack!I find it ridiculous pay to advertise brands on their clothes.True, "designer" clothes do not display brand names.Buy a £200 shirt and the brand will not be on the front.


Rather buy a £20 one and see the brand
johnszi2324/08/2019 13:09

Rather buy a £20 one and see the brand



Do you mean to show others the brand and say "I paid £20 for this"?
Common.Sense24/08/2019 13:11

Do you mean to show others the brand and say "I paid £20 for this"?


Don’t want to “say”.
Just wouldn’t pay £200 for a piece of cloth...
Let’s say someone’s got a pricey shirt or whatever but I can’t tell the brand. Is it makes the person feel better? The mug paid some overpriced clothing and he’s the only one knowing
Edited by: "johnszi23" 24th Aug
Common.Sense24/08/2019 13:03

With clothes? How is a £3 tee-shirt worth £200 with a logo? It the q …With clothes? How is a £3 tee-shirt worth £200 with a logo? It the quality worth an extra £197? I say no.is a Toshiba Vestel television better quality than a Vestel logo television? You are paying for the logo.I prefer my Samsung QLED 65" television not to have a Samsung logo on. I have no desire to advertise the manufacturer.I would like "brand deletion". I do not have dementia yet (I am sure I will soon), and know it is a Samsung television. Constant channel logos on a television signal annoys me. I know which channel I watch. Branding is shoved in your face!Buy the brand - why advertise it?


The £200 t shirt is an extreme example, if I pay a bit more in next for kids clothes in their sale it looks as good as new when little sister grows into it. The £3 shrink eventually and look worn faster. In some cases perhaps you do pay for the brand alone, but not all, in others you are paying for the quality of the brand. Each to their own.
Edited by: "jdRiggs" 24th Aug
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