Original web offer details & such: Pending on which one you roll with. BOGO: Available in assorted sizes. Includes: Vince & Sully dukin' it out! Sales tax: So dangerous you'll have to sign a waiver :-) Guarantee: This is gonna be good.
I thought Christmas came late this year when I came back from Southwest Florida to find that VINCE was back!!! I thought without nothing left of Billy Mays to copy - and only so many updates to The Underground Comedy movies to make - I thought Vince was done.
But, no, I should have known: Vince don't know how to quit.
And this time around with the Schticky, Vince & company is in an unfamiliar position
despite his history with prostitutes
: They're the ones being copied!
TELEBrands &The King, Anthony Sullivan!
Really?!?! The King?
Sticky Buddy, the "#1 Sticky Roller in America"
at the time of this writing.
NBC News affiliates
but we'll get to that!
Wow, turnabout is fair play!
But how fair is this play?
Well, let's find out!
The Sticky Buddy & Schticky are now the two heavyweights in the
who knew it was so
competitive sticky roller market. They both claim that their products stick and pick up stuff and are easy to clean and go without the need for paper and are perfect for pets and because they don't require batteries they're the perfect alternative and...yeah, you get it.
Put them behind your back and you could actually tell the difference. The reason: because the Sticky Buddy has a little tiered top that looks like a little golf cleat cleaner to help go after the crap that's embedded into carpets and couches and layers of cart fur.
According to Shticky.com, Schticky claims the following features and benefits:
- Works on a variety of fabrics: wool to velvet
- multiple surfaces w/out need for vacuum or broom
- gets hair of a variety of fibers
- cobwebs beware
- sticky when wet and other 80s hair metal titles
The Copycats: Sticky Buddy! Their claims and benefits
for the most part:
- remove hair, crumbs, lint,
- the fingers reach deep into carpers and so on
- safe on couches, clothes,
- smaller sticky buddy take wherever
- cleans in seconds
Order Process: So far, both products seem to be off to a fresh start as far as customers initial ordering process. We're wondering if it's going to stay that clean since both sites are BOGO and sometimes customers don't get that initially. The thing to note is that on both product sites you'll discover that both sites are running full offers: long and short variations of their products.
Product Performance: Fluffy stuff out there right now. Lots and lots of fluffy stuff. If our experience tells us anything, you'll probably get your money out of the use of these products but they're probably not going to be the longest lasting products you'll come across. But pet groups seem intrigued .
Well, before we'd pick one over the other - and not saying that we would, we'd like to point out a couple nuances about this battle. Why? Because even though "The #1 Sticky Roller in America" sounds impressive, if we got impressed every time some claimed #1 at something, then in that case we're writing the #1 comparison in the country between Sticky Buddy & Schticky. But the thing to really look at is by which the basis is founded:
Both! And here's why...after the CS info!
Customer Service: Schticky: Phone: 1-877-378-8211 Email: Schticky@webcsr.info
Sticky Buddy 79 Two Bridges Road Fairfield, NJ 07004
1-800-777-4034 (M-F 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST)
The reason we'll say, "Both," is because we think Vince's Biggest Schtick was to get Sully to create a competing product feud in hopes that this confrontation would cross-promote each other! We've met both of them. They've both been in the game awhile and these two products came out WAY toooooo close together. WAY TOOO CLOSE TOGETHER!
Don't get us wrong. We HOPE This is what they did and that they come up with more stuff to compete against in the future! We can't get enough! Hell, we hope Sully is the brains behind this Schticky parody!
Buuuut whatever you do to get in on this fight, make sure you have TELEBrands' permission before putting their commercials on youtube!
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