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Re: Need some input on a product I'm designing

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Or how about trouts with racing stripes?

A mini icebox to keep additional drinks cold coupled a cup holder that is sunken in the icebox to keep the beverage cold would be a nice add.

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Re: Need some input on a product I'm designing

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I like the chilled beer holder idea. Thats a must

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Re: Need some input on a product I'm designing

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A cigar ash tray, i pod dock with speakers, and blue tooth. blue tooth makes every thing better.

the ipod dock should be situated that one can view you tube videos while tying. this way your mobile tying station can support instructional video at a hotel or in the car on destination trips. Enclose the whole mobile station in a tackle box style case for easy travel. and racing stripes

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Re: Need some input on a product I'm designing

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All great ideas but a little much for what I am going for.

Thanks again for the input.

Posted on: 2013/3/20 8:46
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Re: Need some input on a product I'm designing

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I don't want anything that might serve to organize my tying tools and accessories and give me a more clear idea of where things are.

If I can't find something, I buy another one or go without.

If you do it this way, you will eventually end up with enough tools that you'll always be able to find at least one of what you are looking for. I call it The Saturation Method. At any given time, I have: 3-8 pair of scissors, 2-7 pair of hackle pliers, 3-5 bodkins, 2-3 .22 caliber bore brush attachments (for picking out dubbed bodies) and 10-30 of those little fused mono loops they sell for flossing under dental work (for threading bobbins), all on my tying table even though most of them may be underneath a clump of marabou or an India neck at any given time..

Additionally, this is a good way to discover what tools you never needed in the first place. For me, this included things like a hair stacker and a whip finisher. I bought them and then I lost them and then discovered it didn't matter because I never needed them anyway. So, losing tools is also a good way to save money in addition to ensuring you always have new, sharp scissors, etc.

The Saturation Method also works with toothbrushes, BTW.



Good Luck with your idea though...




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Re: Need some input on a product I'm designing

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RleeP brings up a good point. Organizing stuff takes up entirely way too much time. If you could design it as just a big box, in which I could just randomly toss things in, I think that would be ideal.

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Re: Need some input on a product I'm designing

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Jason,

This will be marketed for a mobile set up. Will come in a case, with seperat inserts for material, tools, thread and such. I do not want to replace home tying stations but create better mobile set ups. Targeted for fishing trips, and guys that tie at work, or something like that. IF you are going to a friends hous to teach them you can pull this product out and just start tying.

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Re: Need some input on a product I'm designing

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If friends are prerequisite for using this product, then I don't think it's the product for me. Can you design one for the loner, likes to keep to himself, type?

Posted on: 2013/3/20 10:26


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I like the idea of a drink holder, cigar ash tray, Ipod dock and speaker set up, plus a place to play you tube videos. You add surround sound and I will buy one (: The racing stripes I could do without and to be honest the drink holder isn't totally necessary but would still be pretty cool.

Jason, come on don't lie... You've got a friend in Pennsylvania.

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Re: Need some input on a product I'm designing

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lol Jason i cant understand why you wouldn't have friends ;)

It will be function for any one who would want the ability to take their tying stuff with them on trips, or anything of that nature.

Posted on: 2013/3/20 10:40
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Re: Need some input on a product I'm designing

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Quote:

NickR wrote:
I like the idea of a drink holder, cigar ash tray, Ipod dock and speaker set up, plus a place to play you tube videos. You add surround sound and I will buy one (: The racing stripes I could do without and to be honest the drink holder isn't totally necessary but would still be pretty cool.

Jason, come on don't lie... You've got a friend in Pennsylvania.


Brilliant right? Also lots of magnet strips to hold hooks tools etc. Magnets are great. But how do they work?

Nick, PM me we will get together and develop our Mobile Mancave Tying outfit, and compete with Mike's.

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Re: Need some input on a product I'm designing

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Patent pending on the racing stripes so don't even think about stealing that idea from me. However, they are available for a reasonable licensing fee.

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Hover board capabilities > racing stripes

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Re: Need some input on a product I'm designing

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Hover board capabilities? Reducing the need for wheels... good innovation.

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Re: Need some input on a product I'm designing

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Thanks for the input on the magnets. I have the thing drawin up with counter sunk area for magnet installation. it will have great functionality since it is counter sunk. You wond be able to bump the hooks and make them fall all over the place.

This being said my current set up is me table in my den and a tote filled with all of my tools and such hap-harzardly placed through out.

I did just purchase a cheap plastic drawer set for my nymph stuff.

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