So you've heard the term Military Grade and think it must be bullet proof and indestructable. After all if it's good enough for the United States Military than it must be good enough to sell and advertise. Well thats the beauty of marketing and psychology. There's a lot of products in the world that are just plain junk but if its advertised well than it won't matter because buyers will jump on a product for a multitude of reasons.
What Military Grade actually relates to is that it meets the very bare-minimum requirements of durability and costs the very least. So it's like when you ask a lazy person to get something done for you they are going to find the easiest way to get it done. That could be equivalent to military grade too. So next time you find something that says Military Grade now you know what it translates to.
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