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#1 Kon

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  December 17 2010 - 01:49 PM

Thank you for giving me an opportunity to show you a product I made to benefit myself and others to close the sale and make more money. The benefits of window tint aren't really tangible, but when a customer is able to feel what the film really does, it's much easier to close the sale.

How can you benefit from this tool? I want to hear a true opinion please.

The "KONSBOX" includes:

* Fully functioning unit with bulbs and glass to use straight out of the box.
* Appealing artwork on the box that gives any business the "professional" image.
* Two (2) pieces of tempered glass which can withstand high heat without shattering.
* Each unit tested and guaranteed to work.

Let me know if there is a good or better way to spread the word. All 4 units are the same price.


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#2 TintDude

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  December 17 2010 - 01:51 PM

How many threads on this do we need?
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#3 SuperSetKing

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  December 17 2010 - 01:54 PM

good looking displays. but deff been done many of times on here.
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#4 *filmslayer *

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  December 17 2010 - 01:57 PM

its kind of my fault TD , it was me that told him to do this .

looks good kon and thanks for fixing your sig ... :dunno
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#5 Kon

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  December 17 2010 - 03:32 PM

How many threads on this do we need?



lol, my bad... just way to exited about this one. lol
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#6 *Malcolm E Boo *

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  December 17 2010 - 04:03 PM

How many threads on this do we need?

Never enough :rollin
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#7 tint123

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  December 17 2010 - 07:12 PM

Always been dubious about those when I see them at home shows.
Told the guy at one display like that to switch the glass around, and let me see the difference, and he declined.
I am just too cautious about those types of displays.
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#8 slick

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  December 18 2010 - 12:09 AM

Always been dubious about those when I see them at home shows.
Told the guy at one display like that to switch the glass around, and let me see the difference, and he declined.
I am just too cautious about those types of displays.

:beer really....and this with 12 years experience........ :lol2
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#9 Tint Artist

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  December 18 2010 - 06:39 AM

Never tried anything like that when i go to someones home for an estimate but i can see it would be a great little selling tool to show the benifit of having film! I'd try it. Why not?! Can't see where it would hurt your sales any!
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#10 TintJunkie

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  December 18 2010 - 06:46 AM

IMO those small lights dont give off enough heat. Make it larger with actual heat lamps. Id bet you cant feel ANY heat through the film with those lamps, which is a little misleading. The customer should be able to feel some.

I am a big fan of "WOW" boxes though. I love mine.
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