6537Re: Interested in snapdeck kid seats?
- Sep 2, 2008I don't know if I'd pay #350 or not, I haven't even jumped on the
Burley Piccolo yet, and that is a similar price point. But I'm really
cheap, or -frugal-. Did you say that $350 was for a dual seat setup?
Would you consider either a kit to be assembled by the consumer, or a
complete set of diagrams and instructions with templates for the wood
cutting? Could be cheaper and easier to transmit electronically.
Obviously, would also be easier for some miscreant to distribute w/out
providing you any income, which is a downside.
Just a couple of thoughts. I really like your setup. I would be
curious of the cost difference in materials for the marine plywood
versus solid plastic lumber, you know that stuff made of recycled
plastic that people are using for deck material. I'm not talking
about trex or any other composite, I'm talking about 100% plastic
formed into common lumber dimensions. The 100% plastic material is
somewhat heavier, but it never rots or delaminates, or splinters or
checks or anything else. Would be great for a Snapdeck too in that
regard. Just depends on your affinity for the weight. I don't think
you can paint it either, so colors would be whatever you could get
from the manufacturer.
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