Fact 2: Product Awards
I was going through some web browsing and I noticed some abnormal issues. If you are guessing all the “fucking” or “sucking” phenomenon happen to DareDevil’s blog. My findings are totally no relation with the ill mannered coming from some aggressive distributor. It was found under
Under DCHL Hong Kong
(Related product→Lampe Berger→Product Certificate→Awards)
- 1901 年 獲 法 國 國 家 產 品 發 明 獎
(1901 – Awarded by Government of French as an Innovative Product Award)
- 六 度 勇 奪 巴 黎 商 品 獎 項
(Awarded six times for
’s Merchandise Award) Paris
Lyon商 品 績 優 獎
- Ernoble 商 品 績 優 獎
(Ernoble Merchandise Award)
- Decoratifs 藝 術 獎
(Decoratifs Artistic Award)
- Diplome Dho-Nero 銷 售 獎
(Diplome Dho-Nero Sales Award)
- 1906 年 義 大 利 羅 馬 商 品 獎
Italy’s Merchandise Award) Rome
- 2000 年 榮 獲 美 國 亞 特 蘭 大 Top 100 最 佳 裝 飾 品 牌 殊 榮
(2000 – American
Top 100 Decorative Award) Atlanta
- 台 灣 品 質 保 證 商 品 金 像 獎
’s Product Quality Assurance Award) Taiwan
All these awards were not even shown in Lampe Berger Site. So, I wonder why they don’t use these awards as advantages to increase publicity. The reason for not having it on the main page was it because the only innovative award they received was on 1901? Or maybe they didn’t emphasis on the Healing properties, form the webpage, these lamps were treated more as an Decorative Product. Hmmm… from the majority of the awards, it seems to me that it look more towards Artistic Decorative Product/Luxury Item than awarded for it’s functionality.
What is Lampe Berger’s Market?
- An aromatherapy product?
- A luxury product?
From my point of view after reading through the Lampe Berger Site, I recognize it as a Luxury Item. One may ask what does Luxury Item means, and it is define as any item that is not essential to sustain our life can be consider as luxury items. Therefore such item’s price is not control by the government, and they can sell it with whatever price they want, but only when there is no deception involved. Did they use deceptive product? Guess it yourself!
Luxury items are always meant to be expensive because their market is small due to the facts that human survival does not rely on it. So, can you imagine everyone willing to purchase such expensive lamps when they claim their main goal is selling lamps? A lot of people still get paid for below a thousand ringgit, do you think people really buy lamps rather than pursuing the endless chain of recruiting? Even if one really bought these lamps, does he really need a lot of them, or does he really use them frequently? I wonder!
This is One Man’s Perceptions