I personally favour a simple project to establish Technochas's capacity to deliver, thus reducing the risk on a later more challenging project. But the next poll will determine if that is what the membership want.
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1. To run the first simple project to check technical abilities and management skils (standing in time of the project) of the supplier.
2. Than run the second project, more complicated, if after first project delivered members would be stil interested in affordable LED watch from this supplier.
Personally I would be still interested in LED after SS elektronika )
“Someone indicated” ? Someone else wrote the Christ was born in Crimea; no kidding (I mean, the author was, but many readers took seriously it for gospel).
Who documented the manufacturer is so squeamish ? More importantly: was the question ever asked to him, with illustration ?
The fun thing is this logo hijack doesn’t shock hard-core Russian, R.F. dwelling members, who presumably would be more touchy on the matter : see for instance Oldfox just above... C’mon, please : it ain’t a Soviet logo, just a reference wink.
Am I mislead we’re talking of an 80’s, totally passé, LCD retro watch revival? Please don’t make it “serious”, else all work and no play will make it a dull boy.
Again, I just put forward an alternative idea in the event we couldn’t use the ‘quality mark’, I’m not trying to rule it out.
Still, if it’s explicitly shown Ф10 at the middle of the pentagon (let’s call it so) - it cannot be recognized as USSR quality sign per se, only as homage for it. If they are using design developed at USSR and don’t think it’s a counterfeit, why they would think that using allusion to mark used in USSR would be counterfeit? I don’t understand such logic, while I’m pretty educated person (don’t want to show off, just a matter of fact, and yes, little bit a show off).
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