The materials used to produce hydroponic products such as net, fabric or plastic is important both to the performance of the product and the overall durability. The type of material used, how that material can affect the performance, and the overall quality of that type of material is reviewed when comparing them to other competing products in the same market.
The features of a product need to provide benefits to the consumer. Features of hydroponic products that are reviewed provide a distinctive characteristic that sets it apart from similar items. This includes but is not limited to size, number of buckets, filtration and reservoirs.
It is important to review how effective hydroponic products are at improving the yield of the growing operation when compared to the cost of the system. Hydroponic products that produce more at a fair cost over products that might underperform or require more parts to yield results should be considered.
Based on the materials that are used for hydroponic products, such as net, fabric or plastic also need to be durable for long term use. Durability is the ability of a product to remain functional, without requiring excessive maintenance or repair, when faced with the challenges of normal operation over its design lifetime.
While value is something that can be difficult to measure, it is something that can be compared between similar products. During consideration of different hydroponic products, the value the average buyer will see compared to how much they have financially invested into the product is reviewed.