Sentence structure after conjunction 'but'
"We shifted to regular items of which savings were higher but comfortability lower."
Is the usage "comfortability lower" correct, or should it be 'comfortability was lower'?
A comma should go before "but" if it is the beginning of an independent clause. In your example, it is not. However, your sentence makes no sense. One thing can't be both higher and lower than another thing. I assume you mean it is higher than some items and lower than others, but that is not what you wrote.
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