max lmg is dosed competitively and highly affordable. You need a couple bottles for a good cycle, and if you know where to look can get both bottles for 60 bucks or less.Max LMG count use a 120 ct to be truly effective.
reputation means more to me than price any day. i'd rather be using a clone from a company that has had countless coa's, lab analysis', and the respect of many than from some newbie company with 3 products like dynamic "formulations" (disrespect intended). not sure why you think they have better priced clones anyway. have you looked at their p-stane or m-stane? underdosed p-stane with 30 less caps and 30 less caps in their m-stane compared to our discontinued m-drol. IIRC, LGI and hard rock are operated by the same guy, and he has been a respectable competitor through a couple different product lines (transform as well I believe), but honestly how many reviews do you see pop up from these clones from time to time? I'll be honest, I haven't seen too many.Is there a reason behind this? You see newer labs with better prices and better quantities popping up left and right (LGI, Hard Rock, Dynamic Formulas). I know CEL has a good reputation behind it as a company, but c'mon guys, give us the doses we need.
offense taken. I happen to think our clones are (and always have been) well priced, regardless of my rep position.Just my two cents. No offense to any reps here...just venting.lol @ us marketing. We haven't put much funding into our marketing as of late, in case you haven't noticed, as we are trying to progress our way out of hormones and focus on a new line. Also, sometimes we don't have full control over our retailer's pricing. We don't sell directly so we sell them the clones and they put a price tag on them (for the most part). I can't help it that m-drol's blowing out price rose to 50 bucks or more. it was a good clone and is seeing the last of it's days, kind of like h-drol.If it's about marketing and getting your product out, I get it.