Built-in-obsolescence



planned obsolescence.
a method of stimulating consumer demand by designing products that wear out or become outmoded after limited use.
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See planned obsolescence
noun
the policy of deliberately limiting the life of a product in order to encourage the purchaser to replace it Also called built-in obsolescence
planned obsolescence [(ob-suh-les-uhns)]

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