When you air issues in public before emailing (you posted here 24 hours before you contacted me via email with the blemish complaints) you make it personal. Then you continued to make it personal. I simply call it out and won't deal with it.Well, it's like we've seen with Robinson, if your products are unique enough customers will have to come because you're the only game in town. I tried to avoid the whole thing but when I couldn't find any adapters in the wild, I swallowed my pride and went for it. He won't he having that monopoly when he ventures out into body armor.
And incidentally I will have a monopoly with the body armor. My degree is in Aerospace Engineering with a specialization in materials. I filed a patent on my newest design about half a year ago. If the patent is awarded, which so far the attorney says is almost a certainty given I'm doing something that hasn't been done before, it will be the only product of its kind out there.
I was making body armor like SafeLife is doing over half a decade ago and posted video of our initial testing when they first rolled out their product and called me a liar over it - that was kind of funny. I gave them a construction tip which they took and changed the way it's made. Helps protect the front tiles from blunt force impact instead of having them just under the front facing surface which is why it's harder to see the individual tiles in their newer vests. Ceramic is fragile at sharp edges.
I'm actually impressed they've made so much money doing what is pretty obvious to anyone who has ever dabbled in body armor. Kudos to them for the marketing angle.
That said it's not about having a monopoly and telling people to piss off when I make bad products. If I did that my reviews would be awful everywhere on the internet and I'd be out of business. It's about not dealing with the 0.1% who want you to kiss their ass and can't be pleased unless you do; I'm just not that guy. Sorry not sorry you don't like it, but now you have enough of a refund to have someone else make it all pretty and smooth, or not and pocket the cash.