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iRobot - Build your own for the home?

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February 12, 2009 – Comments (3) | RELATED TICKERS: IRBT

iRobot

 

As we all know The Motley Fool writers are fond of iRobot (IRBT). I think this company has it within itself to be successful with the mass market. I can see that success coming from the development of an R2-D2 type robot for the home. I want to know from the members of the Motley Fool community what features it should have, criteria you think it should meet. I also want to know what you would be willing to pay for such a machine. Maybe if they catch wind of what we want they might just seek out our dollars.

 

 

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#1) On February 12, 2009 at 10:50 AM, carcassgrinder (35.71) wrote:

*Pricepoint it at about the pricepoint of a cheap 4-wheeler or snowmobile

*market it to make poor people think of it as a symbol of wealth

*joint market it with the WWF and NASCAR

*make sure it can open a beer 

.....you will make millions...i promise

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#2) On February 12, 2009 at 1:13 PM, socialconscious wrote:

Writing Copy... Infomercial..Cast one Australian guy and one American woman who keeps says "I can't believe it".

Hey do you wanna save time, money and entertain the kids . It Jeeves. It cleans, it wrestles with the kids in their favorite WWF wrestlers voice. It available in you favorite Nascar drivers # right next to the optional beer opener. It the handy happy household helper.

How much would you pay? Comparable models have sold for $10,000. NOT jeeves ! Its not 4,999 not even 3,999.. at  $2500 it a steal .. It available for $1999 in 4 easy payment of $500.. but wait of you act now I will drop one payment. ( lady  interjects I can't believe it) so 3 easy payment of $500. BUT WAIT theres more order now and I will throw in a years supply of our custom batteries for free... A $500 value. Just pay separate shipping and handling.( lady  interjects I can't believe it)

 

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#3) On February 12, 2009 at 1:14 PM, socialconscious wrote:

Just one marketing method but highly successfull in America.

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