World Wide Webshop
The goal is for everyone on this planet to be able to get hold of my little innovation. Not just the Scandinavians that happen to live near the few retailers that stack my product. Now I got some well needed help to promote Gearfix existence online.
Cheap, quick and easy
A friend confirmed that this blogger says nice things about the reasonable price, quick delivery and most important, good product. You can find the blog here (It is in Japanese though).
I can’t read Japanese, but from the blog post I figured out they translated my videos automatically on YouTube. I tried the automatic captions to see how accurate they were. Lucky for me the captions about my –”Molesting drill bit holder” didn’t scare off this friendly blogger.
Don’t get me wrong. It prints perfectly but acts like an idiot.
HP Explain your self! I can’t print out the order slip in black and white since the printer is out of yellow. WTF! This is bad for my business but probably good for the printer industry. Hopefully Warren wants his drill bits holders in a timely fashion rather than waiting for me to get hold of a new printer cartridge.
Since my last appearance as an inventor on national TV (In Sweden) I recently got head hunted to another innovation contest.
TV shoot in a few months I’ve got the summer vacation to put my act together. This time I’m not too worried about the result and can focus on being entertaining. More on this topic later.
I guess my invention will be very well received in Finland if it ever gets there.
Bus stop icon I was rather puzzled to see my drill bit holder shape figuring on buses in central Helsinki on a holiday trip. I ran after the first bus to get a photo of it. But they turned out to be everywhere, some kind of route symbol for commuters.
Yes, it’s nice I am pleased with the design of my drill bit holder Gearfix. And I guess it is a good sign that the Fins use this similar shape to ornament their buses. It was nice, in a freakish way anyway.