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    Default Original Omnibounce or copy?

    Is there any difference in performance using the original stofen or a cheap copy suffice? the price is almost 3x. any advise is appreciated.

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    Default Re: Original Omnibounce or copy?

    Quote Originally Posted by TigerOyster View Post
    Is there any difference in performance using the original stofen or a cheap copy suffice? the price is almost 3x. any advise is appreciated.
    yes there is the fitting for the 'CHINA' branded goods is that the design is not as good as the original stofen whereby i feel more comfortable with the original piece
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    Default Re: Original Omnibounce or copy?

    if price is your main concern, than get the copy version.

    using original is far more than just about than quality issue, you are also rewarding the inventors for their efforts on R&D, marketing, and to make those products available.
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    Default Re: Original Omnibounce or copy?

    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    using original is far more than just about than quality issue, you are also rewarding the inventors for their efforts on R&D, marketing, and to make those products available.
    i agree to that!!!
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    Default Re: Original Omnibounce or copy?

    oh yeah, got the original one already

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