Why We Do It The Hard Way

Mar 26, 2024Trevor Adams
Why We Do It The Hard Way

In a world dominated by convenience and shortcuts, there's something inherently noble about doing things the hard way. At Modern Out, we pride ourselves on our commitment to craftsmanship, quality, and customer satisfaction, even if it means going against the grain of industry norms.

Unlike our competitors who opt for drop shipping and outsourcing, we've chosen a different path. Every component of our men's jewelry is meticulously crafted in-house, right here in our office. From hand-cutting chains to assembling each piece to order, we maintain full control over every step of the process. This ensures not only superior quality but also allows us to customize products according to our customers' preferences.

What sets us apart is our hands-on approach to production and customer service. As the owner, I personally oversee every aspect of the business, dedicating six days a week to ensuring that each piece meets our exacting standards. While other brands may delegate these responsibilities to middlemen or automation, we believe in maintaining a direct connection with our craft and our customers.

By cutting out the middleman, we're able to offer competitive pricing without compromising on quality. While other brands inflate their prices to cover the costs of outsourcing and intermediary fees, we choose to invest in our craft and our customers. This commitment to excellence is reflected in every piece we produce and every interaction we have with our clientele.

While other brand owners may prioritize vacations and detachment from their businesses, we believe that true success lies in being intimately involved in every aspect of our operation. From the production floor to the customer service desk, we're hands-on because we understand that our reputation is only as strong as the quality of our products and the satisfaction of our customers.

In a world of shortcuts and compromises, Modern Out stands as a beacon of authenticity and integrity. We invite you to experience the difference that comes from doing things the hard way – because when it comes to craftsmanship and customer satisfaction, there are no shortcuts

Mar 19, 20240 commentsTrevor Adams