The world's first ultra-portable, user friendly device to cleaning your dirty feet and shoes. Leave the elements behind!
Here's the Story:
Growing up as a young kid I was always getting hassled by my parents because of all the dirt that I was tracking in and out of our cars and house. Now as a college student in Santa Barbara, I have come up with this great product called The Element.
The Element is the worlds first ultra portable and user friendly product to clean off your dirty feet and shoes. It is made out of high quality durable plastic that will withstand the elements . The bristles are tough enough to get off the dirt on your shoes but also soft enough to be used on your bare feet.
After several months of designing, we managed to get The Element to the exact dimensions we wanted, making it very easy/effective to use and portable at the same time. The Element also weighs in at a light weight of only 9oz!
The Element is equipped with a metal ring, allowing a carabiner or any other sort of attachment to be used with The Element. This feature allows The Element to be be hung on a golf bag, your luggage, the wall, your belt loop and any other sort of hooking device. These awesome looking custom "The Element" Carabiners will be offered in-Red, Blue, Green, Black and Chrome!
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A challenge that could occur with The Element could be any manufacturing issue including the tooling and molds. Since my manufacturer is located in the U.S. and is someone who I have developed a good relationship with, I feel that if any such problem were to occur they will be easily solved in a timely manner.
As a college student, juggling my schoolwork and handling this project could be another challenge. The Element has been a very big focus for me, along with my school work, however, I am so excited to see the potential The Element has that it keeps me motivated to complete the project, as well as continue to study hard.
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