TW Staff: a suggestion for the retail site.

Discussion in 'TW Questions/Comments' started by AndrewD, Apr 29, 2007.

  1. AndrewD

    AndrewD Legend

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    At present, you have strings divided into several categories, in particular: Best Values (Price vs Performance), Durablility, Maximum Playability, Soft (Arm Friendly) Strings and Spin Strings. However, if I want to find a string that fits into each category (or as many as possible) I need to go through each category and cross reference. It would save a lot of time (and just be more user friendly) if, on each string's blurb, you could include a small legend that let customers know which categories the string falls under.

    Also, with your shoe reviews and general outlines of each shoe, do you think it would be possible to mention where the flex point is? As someone with Plantar Fasciitus (and I know there's a lot of us out there) it's important that a shoe flexes around the toes/ball of the foot and away from the arch. So, knowing where the flex point is would be of great benefit.
     
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  2. nyc

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    Ahhhh yes, STRINGFINDER.COM!!!!!!!

    great idea!
     
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  3. BruceG

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    Moron, he's not talking about anything that elaborate, only like a legend or color bar attached to each string to see what TW rates it as - good for spin, durability, whatever. If you can get all that info on the TW site it'd be far more useful because you can see if the string is in stock plus TW is a far more credible source than stringfinder.com
     
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  4. nyc

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    Wow, you have such a way with words.

    I know the OP wasn't suggesting that. I was merely implying that it would be useful to have a tool like the racquetfinder.com for strings, based on the first post. And I don't know how stringfinder.com would be any less credible than reacquetfinder.com, as it doesn't exist.
     
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