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stillwantmore

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Well for one, theyre all hand made. The time put into making each one is probably worth double the asking price.
 
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stillwantmore

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Yea, you guys are right I mean crap having a bigger dick is just not worth investing any money into. Hell, You could just go lay down a few thousand dollars and have some surgery...the results of which are not guaranteed either. I'd rather invest the $50 (whats that just over a dollar a day for a month????) and have a better chance of making my dick bigger though. Damn, I just laid that objection to rest didnt I?
 
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pUNKY

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So let me get this right, you think $50 is to much, please. So most of you people will buy into a rip off Penis Enlargement site (giving no names) but wont buy a device from DLD and co, that you know is going to work. If you dont want it dont buy it, but theres no need to complain.
 

b1nzen48

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Here's what goes into making the Power Assist so you guys can better understand the price on them.

1. It is a 60 mile round trip for me to go to get the ash to make them. Once I am there, my supplier lets me hand select the boards I want which is very fortunate. Most lumber suppliers won't let you go through and tear a lift of lumber apart to get what you want. Also, I am guaranteed that I am getting the best material available. When He orders in a lift of lumber it is shipped to him in air tight containers, not on a flatbed truck and exposed to the weather enountered on the way to him. When he gets it, it is stored in his climate controlled facility, not left out in the yard exposed to the weather. This ensures the quality and stability of the material I use.

2. After I get it I have to plane it down to thickness, straighten and dress the edges, then cut my blanks to size for the template jigs.

3. Next, I shape out the center hole, then transfer it to the other template to shape the handles and overall appearance.

4. After this is done I have to sand all the shaped edges so they are smooth and put the holes in for the rope.

5. Now it's time to round over the edges.

6. After all the above is done I go over each piece individually and hand sand/finish sand the piece to make it the best I can.

7. Once it is ready I then heat cut and seal the ends of the rope and attach it to the Power Assist.

These are pretty much the steps involved to make one.

After this there are other costs involved such as packaging, shipping, customs clearance, replacement costs for tool bits, saw blades, etc.

My business is home based, I am the one who takes care of everything from lumber selection, production, and quality control. I have no employees which is good because it allows me to ensure that a good product is going out the door. If I'm not happy with it then it won't leave my shop .

This isn't to criticize anyone's feelings, but rather to help you guys see what goes into making these. It's no one's fault, but all you guys have seen is the end result without knowing what it takes to get there. DLD's cost on these is my bottom line and the best deal I can give him. I hope you now have a better idea on this subject.
 

penguinsfan

Active member
I think b1nzen48 gave a good explanation of the process. Making anything out of wood is going to take time. There is also a simple supply and demand issue here. You can't go out and buy a competing power assist at your local Wal-Mart. If you could, b1nzen48 would either have to find a way to cut costs to compete, or would be out of business. You just can't compare cheap pieces of wood product that are machine made, as it's a different ballgame. From the looks of the picture of the Power Assist, it appears that the product is really sanded well with a smooth finish that undoubtedly took a fair amount of time. Well, I don't know about you folks, but I don't want to order a power assist from Taiwan, made out of cheap pine, with a lousy finish that leaves me with splinter-dick. :eek:
 

penguinsfan

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BTW, I know the stretch from this device is supposed to be awesome. How does it work for newbies like myself? I don't want to get something too advanced for me and tear my lig in half. :(
 

b1nzen48

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Thanks for the post PF . You brought up a couple of other points I wanted to mention.

1. The quality of a well made device. 1 piece solid ash( that's what they use for major league bats) construction.

2. This device is exclusively available on the MOS sight and you will not find it anywhere else.

3. It has been tested for durability and effectiveness to multiply the intensity of your stretching routine by DLD himself.

4. Wouldn't you rather spend a small amount on this first instead of a WHOPPING $400-$600 on a Penimaster or similar device?

5. Do you have the tools to make your own?
 
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stillwantmore

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Originally posted by pUNKY

If you dont want it dont buy it, but theres no need to complain.
Especially HERE in the OPenis EnlargementN FORUM very tacky! Not to mention disrespectful to bl1zen who has worked so hard to get these made.
 

Girthius

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I'm an engineer, and i get this all the time, people just don't understand the time and effort involved in making something from raw materials!!! I think it is fairly priced!!! What i will say, also is that this is only the beginnings of this product being produced, so after sometime, B1nzen may have to re-evaluate his pricing, and possibly increase the charge!! Maybe it want happen, but I have seen it in the past when something new is being produced, it normally takes a month or so to see if it is profitable, and worth the time and effort to make.

Girthius
 

pyro

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umm First of all I was not complaining, I gave my opinion $50 is a bit much, there is no rocket science behind that device. It's a great instrument and Im happy for all of you that want to buy it..I want to buy it 2 but ill wait til u guys post your RESULTS.
 

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Originally posted by pyro
umm First of all I was not complaining, I gave my opinion $50 is a bit much, there is no rocket science behind that device. It's a great instrument and Im happy for all of you that want to buy it..I want to buy it 2 but ill wait til u guys post your RESULTS.
$50 is expensive and I wish I could make it less but as B1 explained there is allot that goes into it. With any product that is handmade in limited quantities the cost is rediculous. If these were mass produced the cost would be half. The other thing that everyone needs to look at is all the work that went into the exercise development. Anyone is welcome to access the exercises even if they make their own... I could not make one:) mine would end up looking, well, terrible..

DLD
 
Okay, since you brought up the concept, what is the possibility of those who want to make their own...what are the dimensions? I don't know if I would, but knowing the size might decide some on buying VS building? I guess you could guess on the size etc. GS
 

freakybig

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I hope I haven't pissed anyone off - some of the replies make me think I have, but I wasn't putting down the device or it's production in anyway. I was merely wondering why it costs 50 dollars. Now I know thanks to the explanation.
 

b1nzen48

Member
Anyone here will have the option to make their own. I will be drafting a complete set of plans for the device including all dimensions, tools required, and instructions. I will send these to DLD and they will be posted in the forum for everybody's access.
 

b1nzen48

Member
Freakybig, you didn't piss me off and I took no offense to your inquiry. I am also certain that you were not the only one questioning the DLD's price. Now that everybody sees what goes into making them they will realize that DLD is asking a fair price.
 

pumaz

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Anyone who questions the price doesn't know the time involved in making something like this with their hands. I had have a moderate knowledge of woodworking from many years of high school woodshop. In order to produce a tool like this you would definitely spend hundreds on equipment alone. In this case b1 probably has already invested 1000s in wood working tools in order for him to produce these at a decent rate. It is not like this guy has a factory assembly line and these things are stamped out of raw material at 100 units per minute.
 

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