One of the more interesting parts of our work week always involve hearing from and/or finding about fraudulent or blatant copy cats of our company. Whether it be those who take our pictures, claim it as their own (much to the disappointment of the customer who receives a substandard product), to those, like the picture below, of sellers who copy our kits.
This in particular is a blatant copy of our tool kit, which we put together for our diy decoden clients years ago.
We would say good effort, but falls short. The glue is some fake knock off of the genuine E-6000 glue that we recommend (I’ve never heard of JR E600, have you?). And their “pliers” is a copy of the tweezers that we purchase from Japan to offer to you here in the States. (their “pliers” are branded on the handle with a poor effort of the real thing that you can see on our shop)
You can check out our tool kit, that we sell here in the U.S., with genuine products here: BLING UP DIY DECODEN TOOL KIT
They’ve supposedly sold over 50k products with a good feedback so maybe for some, mediocre tools and supplies is good enough?