I find inventions like this quite unusual. Mostly because there is really not much to say about it other than the fact that it is a better version of the original. You see most inventions that get credit are an entirely new concept in and of itself. Take AirPods for example, for example. They are revolutionary because they’re is nothing like them before.
But what makes this unusual is that it literally fits under the example of a better mouse trap. In this case, drains suck and this is a better drain. Yes, I tested it and yes, I found it to be extremely much more efficient than the drains I’m used to and it 100% should replace a standard drain design.
But that said now I’m left wondering doesn’t the market let these kind of things kick in? Why doesn’t the market completely replace the old model. Do people go out and buy these new drains because they are superior or do the old product concepts survive simply via dollar stores and other cheaper outlets?
This drain is better. There’s nothing more to say than that. That should be the end of the story, but I am now wondering what it is about our economy that allows the more inferior prior products to even survive and exist? Why do we allow and encourage lesser products for barely a cost difference?
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