What's worth paying more for?

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What's worth paying more for?

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What items do you knowingly pay more for because the added cost is justified by the superiority of the item or purchase?

e.g., There was a very specific kind of work pants I used to buy from Banana Republic (the Dawson's chino) that fit me perfectly, looked nice, and have lasted me > 10 years. [Unfortunately, they've been discontinued]. They weren't the least expensive work pants, but they've more than paid for themselves based on how much I've enjoyed using them and their durability.

I can imagine others feeling the same way about specific kinds of cards, house paint, cosmetics, sporting equipment, power tools, etc. What products do you gladly spend more on even though you could obtain them less expensively?

A couple of slightly similar threads can be found here: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=4513&start=50 (What things do you not skimp on?) and viewtopic.php?t=280836&start=50 (What non-frugal things save you money?).
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I purchased a few Armani dress shirts about 15 years ago when they were $195 each. While they were the nicest shirts I ever owned, I didn't think they were worth the premium. The next time I looked the price was $295 per shirt.

Allen Edmonds shoes probably are worth the premium. If I needed a pair today, that's what I would purchase.

On the other hand, I've purchased custom made furniture from Amish craftsman that is superior in quality while lower in price.
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Good everyday socks. No more twelve packs of Hanes for me. Can't go back.
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I never skimp on shoes.

As a birder, I don't skimp on optics either.

I don't skimp on wine but you don't always have to spend a lot for a good bottle.
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Shoes. Tools. Socks.
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Running shoes.
My body's at the point where if I try to run in any old pair of shoes, my shins, knees, back, and pretty much everything else is either sore or injured.
Brooks and Hokas work well for me and neither are cheap.
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Belgian beer and German automobiles.
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Equipment and supplies related to my hobbies. I learned long ago that part of what brings me joy with my hobbies is using nice equipment. I’ll enjoy my hobbies more and it’s cheaper in the long run to buy what I want from the beginning instead of getting “cheep” or used equipment to start. For completely new hobbies where I don’t know if I’ll stick with them or how to judge “nice and enjoyable to use” versus just “expensive/paying for the brand name” I try to go a step above entry level and always buy new since I don’t want to spend time fixing my equipment.
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jco wrote: Sun Mar 29, 2020 3:24 pm What items do you knowingly pay more for because the added cost is justified by the superiority of the item or purchase?
First class or business class flights

Airport limo

Made to measure suits/shirts
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Drapes.
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Darn tough socks.

Quality toothbrush and mouth wash.

A full kitchen to cook comfortably.

A comfortable home.

High quality, comfortable, durable clothing.

Not worth it: premium motorcycle or add ons. Premium phone relative to a $100- $200 model. Premium hobby gear before you've built a habit of the hobby. TV.
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For me it's:
Brook's Brothers shirts,
good quality undershirts that don't roll upwards,
power tools (Milwaukee),
hotels in vacations (if I'm going out to vacation, I'm going out to vacation)
flights (Delta all the way)
cars (I lease instead of buy so that I don't have to ever worry about repairs and warranty issues)
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Pots and pans and knives.

Concert tickets

Quality Hotel rooms

High quality produce, fish, meat

Sports equipment especially shoes and racquets

iPhone, Macbook, iPad

High quality furniture that you sit or sleep on

Art
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Extra legroom on a plane.
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A decent fountain pen (and ink). I favor Pelikans.
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Good flashlights. Couple days ago I got a Fenix TK 75 and it's amazingly bright. It runs on 4-3500 mah rechargables and comes with a shoulder strap that's very useful since the light is somewhat on the heavy side. We've had a 2-cell Surefire for ten years but it's output doesn't compare.
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jco wrote: Sun Mar 29, 2020 3:24 pm What items do you knowingly pay more for because the added cost is justified by the superiority of the item or purchase?

e.g., There was a very specific kind of work pants I used to buy from Banana Republic (the Dawson's chino) that fit me perfectly, looked nice, and have lasted me > 10 years. [Unfortunately, they've been discontinued]. They weren't the least expensive work pants, but they've more than paid for themselves based on how much I've enjoyed using them and their durability.

I can imagine others feeling the same way about specific kinds of cards, house paint, cosmetics, sporting equipment, power tools, etc. What products do you gladly spend more on even though you could obtain them less expensively?

A couple of slightly similar threads can be found here: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=4513&start=50 (What things do you not skimp on?) and viewtopic.php?t=280836&start=50 (What non-frugal things save you money?).
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Real perfume over toilette versions of the same thing

Grass-fed organic chicken and beef

Toms (the more sturdy models) and Naturalizer sneakers

Plant-based chips made of 100% real vegetables (then fried)

Anastasia Beverly Hills eyebrow pencil and gel

Clinique skincare (less expensive than nearly any other department store brand, more expensive than most drugstore brands. Right in the middle). Other people swear by their dermatologists’ products but do what works for you.
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I echo folks who say shoes; buy cheap and you'll be buying often (and your dogs will be barking too)!

I also consider good merino wool socks (Darn Tough) and travel underwear (Ex Officio) worth the money for avid hikers and backpackers.

Quality knives if you cook often.

A backpack with padded straps and good weight distribution.
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My whole philosophy has been to buy things that will stand the test of time versus being disposable and as such, they often cost more than their disposable counterparts. My most recent purchase was for 12 locally raised chickens to be picked up for later this summer. After eating one of them about five years back and finding out that chicken actually has a lot of flavor compared to what you find in a grocery store, I haven't been able to go back to buying and eating factory raised chickens.
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Darn Tough socks. Made in the USA, lifetime warranty and comfort!
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FoolMeOnce wrote: Sun Mar 29, 2020 7:36 pm Good everyday socks. No more twelve packs of Hanes for me. Can't go back.
This. I buy good quality wool socks for fall, winter and spring. Sometimes used in simmer with dark colored pants.
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FoolMeOnce wrote: Sun Mar 29, 2020 7:36 pm Good everyday socks. No more twelve packs of Hanes for me. Can't go back.
I've seen lots of recommendations for good socks. Darn tough appears to be good for wool socks. Do you have another type you recommend?
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Tennis racquets
Running shoes (marathon runner)
Tools or home use
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Vacuum cleaner - Miele Marin C3.
Washing/dryer - Miele.
Oven - Miele speed oven. Miele convection oven.
Refrigerator - Sub-Zero.
Cookware - Le Creuset, All-Clad, Demeyere.
Knives - Wüsthof. Of course I haven't bought one in the last 30 years.
Toilet - Toto. And, let's not forget the NEXUS washlet.
Office chair - Herman Miller Aeron. I got 16 years at 48 hours/week out the first one. Now have 9 years on the second one.
Computers/Phones - Apple for the best overall UI and ecosystem.
Artwork - if you like, buy it.

Socks - Darn Tough.
Underwear - Saxx.
Shoes - Mephisto. Most comfortable shoes ever. And, you can get them refurbished as I did for my 25-year-old Dribblers.

Bread - Raleigh Street Bakery.
Beer - local craft.
Coffee - Novo.
Ham - Berkeley ham from Il Porcellino.
Sausage - Italian from Belfiore.
Tequila - when a bottle lasts 4+ years, why not use the good stuff in margaritas?
Vinegar - Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale di Modena - 25 Years (100 ml)

Flying - Business class. We are considering stepping up to First class.
Vacation lodging - AirBnB. We keep expanding our list of must haves.
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Anything I can do to get more time with my grandkids...
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jco wrote: Mon Mar 30, 2020 11:23 am
FoolMeOnce wrote: Sun Mar 29, 2020 7:36 pm Good everyday socks. No more twelve packs of Hanes for me. Can't go back.
I've seen lots of recommendations for good socks. Darn tough appears to be good for wool socks. Do you have another type you recommend?
I was a huge fan of Smartwool's Hiker Street socks, but those are discontinued and out of stock everywhere I look. I still have a bunch (I stocked up a year ago during a sale), but have now tried some Bombas and have found them very comfortable so far, aside from being slightly tight around the calf at first.
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Recraftable men's shoes.
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office chair.
housing with good parking.
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Kitchen knives
Cheese
Coffee
Contact lenses
Most apple products
Snow tires
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Nabisco Pinwheel cookies. They're so much better tasting than the imitation brands.
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First Class / Business Class flights (whichever is higher) with lay flat seats, or extreme reclined.
4 Star or some higher level of Hotel accommodations.
Mid size SUV or larger rental cars.
Restaurants that serve higher quality food, vegetarian or near vegetarian.
Personal SUV/Truck that is quiet, comfy, fast, and refined.
Tires
Shoes - whatever I can find that fits which is tough.
MacBook laptops. The largest SSD memory and the fastest and best.
iPhone - the best one available.
Vintage and New Fountain pens and fine paper
Tools
Golf clubs (used to be)
Health care/docs - the best that can be found
Supplements, nutrition, meds. - the best that can be found
Good healthy food.
Bed (the best that can be had)
Coffee (Kona Peaberry Beans straight from the plantation)

Toilet Paper - - - Charmin Ultra Soft (because it has a bear on it)

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Nicolas wrote: Sun Mar 29, 2020 10:33 pm A decent fountain pen (and ink). I favor Pelikans.
Vintage and new Pelikans.
Of course!!!!

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Sandtrap wrote: Tue Mar 31, 2020 10:30 pm
Nicolas wrote: Sun Mar 29, 2020 10:33 pm A decent fountain pen (and ink). I favor Pelikans.
Vintage and new Pelikans.
Of course!!!!

j :happy
Yes, I have only new ones, though I wouldn’t object to owning vintage Pelikans. My favorite is my green-striated M800 with a broad nib. I used to favor fine nibs but I find I like broad nibs better as they lay down a more satisfying line of color. My current favorite ink is Königsblau (Royal Blue).
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Socks that are made specifically for the right and left foot.
Kitchen knives - Wusthof
automatic Swiss watch - Omega
Charmin TP. the cheap stuff shreds when you go to tear off a piece.
Underwear made with bamboo fiber
high quality cut and properly aged steak
extra legroom when flying (I'm 6'4)
good hybrid mattress (combo of memory foam and springs)
Sonicare toothbrush
rain shower head
tools
and most important . . . good bourbon when I make an Old Fashioned.
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Good thread.
Toto and good bourbon....

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Good coffee.

Good liquor.

Macbook Pro. Max out all the specs and keep it for years.

iPhone. Again, buy the expensive one and keep it a long time.

Cervelo bicycles with great components.

SRAM etap. One of those great components.

BMW motorcycles. Although, buy used around here at bargain prices because everyone wants a Harley.

Overland fleece slippers.

Merino wool clothing of any sort.
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Nicolas wrote: Tue Mar 31, 2020 11:11 pm
Sandtrap wrote: Tue Mar 31, 2020 10:30 pm
Nicolas wrote: Sun Mar 29, 2020 10:33 pm A decent fountain pen (and ink). I favor Pelikans.
Vintage and new Pelikans.
Of course!!!!

j :happy
Yes, I have only new ones, though I wouldn’t object to owning vintage Pelikans. My favorite is my green-striated M800 with a broad nib. I used to favor fine nibs but I find I like broad nibs better as they lay down a more satisfying line of color. My current favorite ink is Königsblau (Royal Blue).
Have not tried that ink. My favorites are shades of Blue from Diamine, Yoshizuku, Aurora, etc.
Yes. Those M800's are sweet writing pens. I've had all my pen nibs tuned when first aquired. Well worth it.
Regular on FPN.

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Tires, mattresses, shoes. Anything that goes beneath me.
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Pretty much anything that goes in my mouth. Fruit and veg from local farms, local pastured meats and eggs, quality loose-leaf tea, craft beer, better wine, etc. :beer
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These threads are useless cause the answer is that you should spent money on what you value and everyones values are different. The car guy gets value out of the porsche. The nonCar guy can get a toyota. And you can do that for pretty much everything.
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Sandtrap wrote: Wed Apr 01, 2020 8:10 am Regular on FPN.
I’m on there too but I’m not very active.
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High speed internet is a MUST. This is now a utility.

Would pay more for faster.
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randomguy wrote: Wed Apr 01, 2020 11:22 am These threads are useless cause the answer is that you should spent money on what you value and everyones values are different. The car guy gets value out of the porsche. The nonCar guy can get a toyota. And you can do that for pretty much everything.
I largely agree with you. However, these threads do give me a few things to look into, possibly change my viewpoint.

And I hate the saying "you get what you pay for". One gets what they buy! Paying more doesn't assure anything.
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topper1296 wrote: Tue Mar 31, 2020 11:11 pm Socks that are made specifically for the right and left foot.
Kitchen knives - Wusthof
automatic Swiss watch - Omega
Charmin TP. the cheap stuff shreds when you go to tear off a piece.
Underwear made with bamboo fiber
high quality cut and properly aged steak
extra legroom when flying (I'm 6'4)
good hybrid mattress (combo of memory foam and springs)
Sonicare toothbrush
rain shower head
tools
and most important . . . good bourbon when I make an Old Fashioned.
Interesting list.

I have to laugh at the non-ambi socks! Though I wouldn't have a clue.

Biggest reason I'm quoting is the Sonicare!

That and gotta disagree... A good *rye* for the Old Fashioned... And a nice, weighted glass to hold it in.
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topper1296 wrote: Tue Mar 31, 2020 11:11 pm automatic Swiss watch - Omega
I have an Omega watch (a limited edition seamaster of some sort). And I keep it only to remind myself that some luxury goods are not worth it. It keeps far worse time than a Timex -- and I've got far more stylish watches for far less where I just bought a nice bracelet to pair with a regular quartz body. I haven't worn it in 10 years I'd guess.
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DrGoguma wrote: Wed Apr 01, 2020 6:30 pm
topper1296 wrote: Tue Mar 31, 2020 11:11 pm automatic Swiss watch - Omega
I have an Omega watch (a limited edition seamaster of some sort). And I keep it only to remind myself that some luxury goods are not worth it. It keeps far worse time than a Timex -- and I've got far more stylish watches for far less where I just bought a nice bracelet to pair with a regular quartz body. I haven't worn it in 10 years I'd guess.
There are definitely a ton of things on the other side of this thread's question - what things are overpriced?

It's probably poor taste to quote oneself, but...
gr7070 wrote: Wed Apr 01, 2020 6:05 pm I hate the saying "you get what you pay for". One gets what they buy! Paying more doesn't assure anything.
Guitars are not worth paying more for - though there are tons who will (wrongly ; ) ) disagree (and plenty of bad guitars, too). Yamaha make incredible value acoustics. Squire and Epiphone ditto electric.
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#1 by far is a quality mattress, and anyone who disagrees with me doesn't get enough sleep, lol. We spend way too much of our lives sleeping and relying on that sleep to recharge us and keep us healthy to skimp on quality for a few hundred bucks. Amortized over the typical lifespan of most mattresses, the additional cost is trivial compared to the benefits. I suppose you could argue things like gym memberships and healthy foods would be up there, but they still require some level of effort, sacrifice, and/or dedication. A mattress, on the other hand, requires no effort at all, and leaves you feeling so much better in the morning. I remember when I upgraded from a rickety old pull-out couch bed to a super premium memory foam mattress. Instant life upgrade. And there's no need to buy the most expensive brands either.
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