posted on Jan, 1 2010 @ 11:35 AM
reply to post by Iamonlyhuman
Well consider this:
Everything you buy that can be "re-filled", isn't re-fillable, for one simple thing. Profit.
Think about it. Why would you make a product that can be used for years and years and never breakdown? That would make sense and not money.
Things aren't like they used to be when quality was first in line.
Now its quantity over quality. If it breaks, buy a new one.
Companies and corporations are smarter now, than ever before.
(this kind of thinking was brought up around the 1970's)
Every notice how things made before the 1970's seem to be around:and STILL work?
I have a few items made in the 1940's (including my furnace) that will run circles around the things made today. Its a shame. Really.
Cheap products, even cheaper components, and lesser reliability, make for great profits from companies and those who can fix them.
All in a days work!