TFmaster wrote:I have to say, I checked out the page/site and the item does look very professional.
I can see the uses for small, at home, do it yourself kitbashers, with small screws and such but from the images i've seen it's too small for someone working on cars and the like.
Now, I can see this item really selling if you mad one that was twice as big for those bigger nuts and bolts for people working on cars and the like.
It really is a good idea and I hope you guys become rich because of it.
Like I said, make two different size choices and I can see the smaller for in home projects and the larger one for outside the home projects like working on cars and whatnot.
I'll be looking for your infomercial on TV in the near future.
My biggest suggestion is to get that copywritten and trademarked as soon as you possibly can and start shopping around at places like "As seen on TV" type places to sell the idea too. It's small but great ideas like this that could make your american dreams a reality of instant millionairs.
Good luck man! I wish you and your wife the best. If you do make the larger one I suggested, and make sure that it can hold objects a bit larger like smaller hand screwdrivers or small needlenose pliers I'll be there to hop in line to buy it.
In fact, get ahold of Dev and talk with him about making a link banner to that store/site and we'll be more then happy to support you. Market it to kitbashers and the like and I can see it really selling....
Skyfire wrote:A usefull tool to be sure, but may I ask if it's magnetic field is strong enough to disrupt a car's internal electronics?(including tomtoms/gps's)
Though the site looks ok, I guess, the colouration is at current a bit bright and for some or another reason it sprouts pop-ups, not something any websie visitor appreciates.*hides*
The magnogrip is buult (built) to handle the most rugged of jobs. It's fabiric (fabric) construct...
Ramrider wrote:The site looks pretty good. I agree with Skyfire that maybe the colouring's a touch on the garish side. And you definitely should check the spelling. Straight out I noticed:The magnogrip is buult (built) to handle the most rugged of jobs. It's fabiric (fabric) construct...
On the subject of the item, I'm definitely intrigued, and funds allowing, I'm tempted. With all that gubbinry (you mentioned a hammer) stuck to it, doesn't it get awkward to wear?
And what's international shipping like? I noticed S/H in the basket was about $6, but I assume that's flatrate US only...
MacrossFA19 wrote:She agrees with the color, and is going to work the spellcheck on the site tonight. Can you suggest a background maybe?