Do people prefer quality over quantity or is the old saying “he who dies with the most toys wins”… by Brenda Speegle
Some people will buy the least expensive item available, then complain that it is cheaply made and easily broken.
Others will pay more money for a better quality product that looks well made and works with little maintenance for many years. Depending on your economic situation, most people prefer quality over quantity. It is easy to see that buying the same cheaply made product over and over costs more in the long run.
The saying,’ He who dies with the most toys, wins’, refers to the human desire to own the best recreational, leisure, household, and hobby equipment available. The saying is still relevant but those who desire and own all those toys usually pay for high quality toys.
Part of the prestige of owning more toys than others is the price tags attached to them. If you believe you get what you pay for, then these toys are excellent in quality.