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Nagilo


Dec 18, 2012, 4:30 AM
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New startup within indoor climbing
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We are a new start-up from Austria in Europe. We are working on a nice product idea for indoor climbing. And we need your help and your feedback.

Help us by taking the 2min survey: Click here to take survey

Visit our website or facebook page to find out more:
www.level12.eu
facebook.com/climblevel12


gblauer
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Dec 18, 2012, 6:23 PM
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I am 5'2"...having a "pro" image on the wall isn't going to help me. I need to find my way up the climb using my technique, leveraging my strengths etc.


Shanna


Dec 19, 2012, 8:39 AM
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It might be more valuable to target this survey to the beginners, who might find it valuable.
Personally I would not use this product.


amarius


Dec 19, 2012, 11:14 AM
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One concern, which you might've addressed, is dealing with accidental exposure of eyes to laser radiation, even more of a problem with 532nm that you seem to be using.

Here is a short overview


Nagilo


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Thanks for your concern about laser safety. It's indeed a very important topic. We are working on that and we will be certified in class 2M which is safe for your eyes.


Level12


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First of all: Big thanks to all of you who participated in our survey.

We took your input very seriously and tried to implement many of your suggestions to Level12.

With this additional information we created a new, professional demo video. Have a look at www.level12.eu and let us know what you think.

Best wishes from Graz
Jasmin - Level12


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