Roseann Casey Ship Models January 28th, 2018 - 12:19:07
Certain RETAILERS are known to dramatically increase their list prices and then offer fabulous sales advertising 60% or more off MSRP. I know Im attracted to a 60% savings sign! I also know that I have to be aware of the real regular price what other retailers are offering for the same object and how service differs between retailers. The net effect of this illusion is an inflated advertised discount which should leave end users - YOU - with a bad taste in your mouth and a determination to avoid retailers who try to put one over on you. Ahhh the internet! Such a wonderful tool it has opened up chains of supply never seen before. It offers the consumer a chance to browse without leaving the comfort of their living room. But what about the consumer who lives in a rural area the fellow who cant get high speed service? Or the consumer who without access to the internet at all? Or the customer who wants to touch and browse? Often times these customers are overlooked in our race to go digital. There are many fly-by-night radio-control and wooden ship model retailers out there.
\"A ship sailing is the most beautiful thing that man has made.\" Anyone who has ever seen a tall ship cutting the waves will agree. As impressive as the sight of such a ship at sea can be many people are fascinated by historic ship models too. Since ancient times ships have not only been used for transport but were also a means of demonstration of power and domination. Even the Egyptian pharaohs designed their vessels very beautifully. Fine ship models of that time were found as burial objects in pharaos graves in pyramids. They are displayed today in museums like the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. In the Mediterranean ships at that time were use by all peoples to travel transport and warfare.
Look for a retailer that will provide products at a fair price have both a digital and print presence are ship modelers themselves and enthusiastic about the hobby. You want to deal with a company that has a history in the business and responds to your phone calls and emails in a timely fashion; a company that has more than a single manufacturers product lines a wider distribution network and a ship model building focus. When you find a company like that dont lose their contact information! At Cast Your Anchor we are far from perfect but we strive to become better every day given the constraints we face with our chosen industrys manufacturing and distribution networks. The radio controlled or wooden ship model hobby enthusiast will always find that Cast Your Anchors owners and employees have a passion for this wonderful wacky and challenging ship model building hobby. We aim to make your ship model building experience an enjoyable and rewarding one.
Wooden ship models are built-to-scale representations of modern or ancient sea-faring vessels. Traditionally all types of ship models have been built of wood though with the advent of plastic and sheet metal these have been used for amateur kits. Of course wooden models project grandeur and finesse. The ancient Egyptians were the pioneers who made detailed ship models. The models were crafted as part of funeral rituals which forced the builders to strive for precision otherwise the unmitigated soul would pester them. The ship models kept inside the coffin were supposed to transport the soul of the deceased to the next world.