Inverse cost law
Posted: 7 January 2005 1:34 PM
Subject: Inverse cost law

I found with Hymers, the more you paid the less value you had. The 4 ton S Classes, high cost, underpowered and under payload. The newer 6 ton has had numerous serious mechanical and electrical problems. Whereas the Fiat based B6' series offers much better value for money and better electrical and mechanical reliability.
userDerek Uzzell
Posted: 7 January 2005 7:06 PM
Subject: Inverse cost law

I've noticed this law applying when my wife buys shoes - the more expensive and snazzy they are the less practical and the quicker they have to be replaced because they become unfashionable (or so she tells me!) "What's wrong with sensible £10 wellingtons from B&Q?" I've asked, but, for some unfathomable reason, she still won't accept the logic of this. It's a funny old world.
Posted: 9 January 2005 5:19 PM
Subject: Inverse cost law

You have to let her pick the colour she wants its no use pretending to be Henry Ford.
Good luck
userDerek Uzzell
Posted: 9 January 2005 6:23 PM
Subject: Inverse cost law

I tried that - agreed she could have any colour wellingtons she wanted. She said "Fine, but only if Jimmy Choo makes them".