Original web offer details & such: 1 4 oz. bottle & expanders - $9.99 + $6.95 P&H. BOGO: 1 set - $6.95 P&H. Includes: Free pair of Heel Pads. Sales tax: CA, CT, NV & VT. Guarantee: 30-day minus P&H. Notes: Total offer: $23.98.
They say when you get older your feet widen. They say it's doubly so when you wear sandals. Well, I've worn sandals and flip-flips for half of my life and those two haves are getting on in years.
My grandfather has old stretch knobs in his wingtips to keep them wide for his fatty feet. When I was young I used to make fun of him. Now I ask where he gets them from.
We started talking about Stretch Genie when we saw this on TV. He asked if I knew if they were worthwhile. I told him I wasn't sure, yet, but I'd get back to him by the weekend dinner. That's tomorrow.
Here's what I'm going to share with him...
Stretch Genies are like those old-time shoe stretchers with a new time twist: a special spray which softens up the leather , making it easier to stretch without damaging the material. It's supposed to work on leather, suede & natural skin. It also works on gloves as well, though the only knobs you'll probably be able to get in them are the stubby ones at the ends of your wrists.
According to stretchgenie.com, Stretch Genie claims the following features and benefits:
- adjustable knobs to expand width
- compact design
- penetrates leather quickly
- relaxes and softens leather fibers
Order Process: Pretty straight up offer per industry standards. Buy 1, Get 1. Second P&H price for the second set. But then you can go after two pairs of shoes at the same time. That's actually worth mentioning because we've seen some shoe offers where they sell the second set of the pair for free. Go figure. Note - watch dogs haven't been out in force so we think it's gonna be a good thing. Also, the product site actually says the total for the initial offer towards the footer.
Product Performance: Good vibes by all. The marketing review fluff is on high alert with this. We found a couple interesting conversation threads. We wish SCIMark report would make people put their names with their comments because if this wasn't the most anonymous conversation we've seen in awhile, then it's close. Here's the link to that thread .
Otherwise we haven't seen or heard much that would say otherwise.
For us, it would really depend on the shoes. If the shoes don't cost as much as the product - like say one of those sales on Bass Shoes - we wouldn't go for this product. And we'd also wouldn't try them on our favorite pair of shoes first. We've liked what we've read, but hold to the old muslem proverb: we'd trust in Allah and tie up our camels.
Hey, the offer does come with a second set to try on some other shoes. If you think it's worth your while, check it out. You can get it from Amazon. Check out the search at the top of the page.
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