35 sec= Floss tensioner's Animated Instructions. 5 stars guarntd to new answrer
Asked by: googel-ga
List Price: $2.50
16 Dec 2002 19:39 PST
Expires: 15 Jan 2003 19:39 PST
Question ID: 125768
This is version 22 of my question (re. patented floss holder). 30 sec:Floss tensioner's Animated Instructions. 5 stars guaranteed to new answerer. *****5*****5*****5*****5*****5*****5*****5** Please answer these questions only if you answered no question re. this product yet, you are living in USA and you are interested in flossing for yourself (even if you don't floss frequently or at all yet, but you wish to). The web-page http://www.geocities.com/emailerss/ is animated directions along mostly how-to-use pictures, but please read all the text in the page. 1.Is it clear from this web-page how to use this product, and how many minutes have you (the researcher) spent on it? Have you read all the text in it? Please comment. 2.Would you use this floss tensioner product at least seldom/partly? 3. Can you think of someone you know (including yourself) and could be interested to pay $3.33 for a 6-pack coming with free shipping & Handling fees (one piece is good for about 250 flossing sessions or days, 6 in pack)? Please comment. You can be as brief as you wish.
Re: 35 sec= Floss tensioner's Animated Instructions. 5 stars guarntd to new answrer
Answered By: bananarchy-ga on 16 Dec 2002 20:41 PST
Googel - This is actually a very interesting product. I would assume that for your final website (if you are going to be selling these devices over the Internet) that you will be moving to your own domain, without Geocities hosting, etc., and that some of the images will be "cleaned up" to appear a bit more professional. If you do this, I think you have a viable product. To address your points individually: 1. With about three minutes of reading, I was able to completely understand the purpose and functionality of the flossing device, having read all of the text on the site. Some of the instructions are a bit choppy, and could probably stand to be written more clearly, but as it stands, I do understand what the product is, and how it works. 2. Sadly, I don't floss as much as 4 out of 5 dentists recommend. However, if I had this available to me, I would most likely make use of it, as it does seem to take some of the grunt work out of the process. My one concern is that it appears rather like a medieval torture device in its appearance. This may simply be a function of its usefulness, but it is a bit unnerving to imagine maneuvering between something as delicate as teeth with a device that resembles pliers. However, this may just be an instinctive reaction to years in the dentist's chair. 3. $3.33 for a six-pack seems very reasonable. I might recommend that you also make available single-packs, for someone who might want to try one out without committing to six of them. These could be priced higher, per capita, than those in the six pack ($1 apiece with shipping, perhaps?), and would give the consumer a bit more flexibility in purchasing them. I hope this answers your question, and good luck with your market research and final product! -- bananarchy-ga
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Thank you, Bananarchy. I think i can agree with everything you said and adviced to me.
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