#3. "RE: Vending Machine Massage Chair" In response to Reply # 0 Thu Mar-29-07 07:19 AM by nightsky
I think that we should put our two products together and make it an experience for the senses also. I am not mentioning this as a way to advertise my product... but because I think that the two products would be really fun together and might work.
I paint the night sky on ceilings. We could build a room (8 x 8, let's say) and I painted the ceiling and walls with a night sky, complete with Milky Way... and then we piped in some sounds of nature... that would be great. Then, we put your chair in the room and I'd bet you that people would love to go in, pay whatever, sit down for a relaxing massage and stress relieving look into the heavens.
#4. "RE: Vending Machine Massage Chair" In response to Reply # 0
You may want to rethink the whole massage chair idea. At my local mall there are several placed all throughout the main areas and while there are always people sitting on them, I have NEVER seen anyone pay for the massage. They just sit to take a load off. I've heard from others that did this and they said their chairs get pretty beat up from everybody sitting, but they make no money because nobody wants to pay to sit (or start up the massage machine).
#5. "RE: Vending Machine Massage Chair" In response to Reply # 4
I think they would do better in a not so open area. We have them here at the mall but everyone seems to stare at you while you relax. Try having the chair in an enviroment more peacefull & relaxing. Offer other items to relax with like soothing music.
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