What would you pay?

Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by Innovative Outdoorsman, Feb 12, 2016.

  1. ybohunt

    ybohunt Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I would maybe pay $25 for it.
    IMO it would be better to start out with a low price and if there is high demand for it then you could raise the price.
     
  2. CoveyMaster

    CoveyMaster Grizzled Veteran

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    I don't know that I'd use any such item but if I did I cannot imagine paying more than $60 for it if it was really nice materials and depending on exactly what it did. I also would have appreciated a more direct initial description rather than an infomercial tha ttakes reading for two minutes before I got to the actual function of the item.
     
  3. Innovative Outdoorsman

    Innovative Outdoorsman Weekend Warrior

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    Agreed. I would have much rather posted pictures and the product video since that worth a 1,000 words but since Im waiting on the USPO, Im limited to words.
     
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    Here's an improved description if you post this on other forums. I imagine most forum members would appreciated the truncated version vs the original infomercial. (The trophy doe portion is an in forum joke here)
     
  5. frenchbritt123

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    Sounds like a nice product. And I appreciate you asking us. I'm with the other folks on here. My screw in bow mount puts the bow right in front of me so that effects what I'd pay for something. Maybe $30-$40 if it was a good design and truly reduced my motion in the tree. I use a climber and often just lay it across the arm bars. That limits my freedom to move. A holster could improve that I suppose. Any ways, there ya go.
     
  7. Innovative Outdoorsman

    Innovative Outdoorsman Weekend Warrior

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    Thanks. While I think a majority of midwestern bowhunters are "Whitetails from a tree" type of bowhunter and they have the ability to screw in or mount a hanger on the stand or tree, there is a cross section of bowhunters that are very mobile or hunt from the ground or spot and stalk limiting their ability to hang their bow. We set out to created a holster that can be used by Eastern, Midwest and Western bowhunters to help take the load off.
     
  8. early in

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    I use the built-in bow holder on my LW, which keeps my bow right in front of me. No reaching. Good luck reinventing the wheel. lol
     
  9. virginiashadow

    virginiashadow Legendary Woodsman

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    I just use an ez hanger. I see a deer and I reach for my bow. That simple.
     
  10. happyhunter

    happyhunter Weekend Warrior

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    No. They're not giving them away.
     
  11. Innovative Outdoorsman

    Innovative Outdoorsman Weekend Warrior

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    Actually we will be giving them away here and elsewhere for all your troubles and assistance with helping arrive at a price point. I see a give away in the future .
     
  12. Freelance Bowhunter

    Freelance Bowhunter Weekend Warrior

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    Sounds like a $9.99 accessory to me.
     
  13. happyhunter

    happyhunter Weekend Warrior

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    I'll take two. One for me and Elkguide's. He would just end up choking himself.
     
  14. tc racing

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    he might not go broke. look at all the guys blowing money on all the Mathews accessories for their bow when there is cheaper products on the market.
     
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    I usually hang my bow on whatever I have in the pack or a nearby limb. $20-$25 sounds like a good starting point on a blind guess. I may retract my guess once I see a pic. might be worth more or less?
     
  16. Tri-County

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    Yes, if it has harmonic dampers on it price it at $124.99 and I'll take 3.... Lol, I still can't grasp people buying matching quivers for that kind of money... My kwikie works fine. P.s. add 12.99 for special camo patterns. If you need a spokes person, I'm your man! I'll take pics with one laying on my buck next season, or turkey this spring.
     
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  17. happyhunter

    happyhunter Weekend Warrior

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    Is this something that will work while walking/stalking?
     
  18. Innovative Outdoorsman

    Innovative Outdoorsman Weekend Warrior

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    Yes ad/or if you have a bow mounted decoy like the ultimate predator decoys.
     
  19. happyhunter

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    Ups the price IMHO. $40-$50. Would love to see a video.
     
  20. victoryhunter

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    Sounds like a great product! This is something I've wished for many times. I'd be happy to pay between $20-$40 perhaps a little more. Will this product be usable in a sitting position?
     

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