How Quality Equipment Can Mean Everything
In an ideal world, the highest quality products would be available to everybody and there would be no reason for anybody to purchase items lower in quality than the very best.
However, we must live in the real world and sometimes a less expensive alternative is better that no equipment at all. But how much influence does the reliability and quality of the equipment have on the end product and experience?
Just picture the scenario, a work commitment has forced you to stay away from your plant for two full days and you return to find your lighting system is completely in tatters. Of course this is rather unlikely but the chance of failure of any piece of equipment either in hydroponics or otherwise is higher with lower quality items.
If equipment fails, the hard work, dedication and commitment you’ve put in can all be worth nothing which isn’t just a waste of time, money and effort it’s demoralising having to start growing from nothing.
Another advantage to be had by buying a quality product is time savings. There are many pieces of hydroponic equipment that exist for the purpose of making your life easier such as climate controllers. Furthermore, a well-known product such as the Rhino Pro Filter will require less routine attention than a lower quality product such as the Rhino Hobby. These additions to your inventory allow you to spend more time looking at the bigger picture, which often leads to a more successful end product.
It’s quite typical for retailers to encourage you to purchase a higher priced product but our team are always happy to explain in each case why a particular brand or model is worth investing in.