Could you be suspected of not being European ? LOL
I can imagine that they don't market their products in the US (or even the UK for that matter)
It is quite a well respected brandname here for lubricants, fine abrasives and general micro mechanical 'consumables'.
Price-wise ..they are a bit cheaper, but not that much that it would make a difference in the long run.
There are several other brands, I can think of a few German and Austrian ones that are very well respected in these parts and are used by professional watchmakers.
It seems Moebius has conquered most of the market though, and indeed they make a very fine product, but it feels like we're all missing out a bit by believing there is nothing else around.
Most of my modest supply is Moebius as well, but I am always on the look for other things too. Not because of dissatisfaction or price (they're all in the same ballpark anyway : I have never seen a cheap AND good lubricant).
The one thing I have to give Moebius, is that their selection is complete to the extreme... they literally have a grease or oil for everything! (as far as watchmaking goes). Most other brands don't make this many distinctions... Which leads one to wonder...how much of that is true technology and how much is marketing.
That all said, nobody has ever gone wrong BY using Moebius oils and following their recommendations ...
Thanks for your reply man... 't is greatly appreciated !