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I don’t think I would stop long enough to read this.

http://www.stillad.com

Well I am sure the average GI-Joe will not.

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STRTLRS
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These certainly have stopping power. Not so sure about selling power...

www.storytellerscreative.com

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I think, therefore... yeah.

Guest's picture
Guest

Agreed. Seems as though this company is trying to add the "experience" factor to flashlights (torches), though as you said, I don't know how this would really translate to sales.

Does anyone buy a flashlight because it can make you feel better about yourself or the world?

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ivan

I think people buy flashlights as a security object. Just like a swiss knife. You rarely need it, but you feel good about having it. So anything emotional would work to advertise it.

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Guest

Man its gud bt taxing on eyes!!!! ufffffffffffffff

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Guest

Good concept,very fresh!

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Guest

the cutting point is unique,good work!

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unmanman
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greetings

i really like the idea as its something really out of the box but yes as STRTLRS pointed i do wonder if this campaign has enough selling power?

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Guest

I don’t think I would stop long enough to read this.

http://www.stillad.com

Well I am sure the average GI-Joe will not.

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