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Glowing glory

Glowing Gearfix
Sing -“Gearfix has a very fluorescent rubber. And if you ever saw it you, would even say it glows.” (Melody – Rudolph the red nosed raindeer)

My friendly manufacturer made a small batch of the drill bit holders in a strongly fluorescent rubber. Just for fun.

Trick shot
It’s not easy photographing glowing things but I managed. Luckily I’m familiar with Adobe Photoshop and put it together nicely.

Martins improvised studio
With the office finally cleaned out I got space for an improvised studio.

Limited edition
There are way too few of theese to sell in stores, but it works perfectly to have a small batch in the webshop. Order one right now! The stock won’t last forever.

Glowing banner

Compensating fancyness

Tom's package soon to be sent.
It might look like crap IRL*. But it looks great having low shipping costs on the web.

I know, I know, packaging is super important to make the sale . But when they already purchased my drill bit holder online – it is in fact already sold.

Cheap as a post card.
Cheap as a post card.

Lowest shipping cost
To post my invention I use an extremely light weight plastic envelope that looks like crap. However, if someone orders just one Gearfix I can post it to every corner of the world at the same price as an ordinary post card.

Tipping the scales
If someone buys two or more drill bit holders online the shipping cost doesn’t change. And for larger orders, when it doesn’t affect my shipping expenses, I some times add a bonus Gearfix just for fun.

Compensation
The cheap plastic envelope is the opposite of fancy. In case any customer happens to get offended by the packaging I imagine filling it with an unexpected bonus product will take their mind off the crappy container.

*IRL = In Real Life