shop by price option


#1

I’m gonna keep this short and simple. I think yoyoexpert should have a shop by price range section because I’m on a budget and don’t want to look through every single developer for a decent yoyo under thirty bucks.


#2

I think this, with some tweaks, could be a valid option.

However, how should this be implemented? Would a pair of drop down menus with the price divided into $5 increments be a wise option, say from $10 to $100? That way you can pick an upper and lower limiters?

I know that you can do a sort by price, but it’s like you said, you have to go into each company’s section to get results.


#3

What I had in mind was two boxes where you could set your lowest and highest amounts and hit a submit button that would take you to said page


#4

I think this would be a great idea as well, but then I think that perhaps this isn’t an option for a reason. Maybe, from a business standpoint, they want you to dig through all the products in the hopes that something more expensive will catch your eye? :smiley:


#5

A general filter on the store would be great. Haveing a way to put in a price range, select all brands that you are interested in, or categories. Plenty of ways to filter and sort the store to make shopping easier.


#6

But some profit is better than none and selling any yoyo would be better than a potential customer getting bored after hours of searching and buying nothing


#7

From a business standpoint, I think that the price option makes more sense. I can oggle over that stacked catalyst as much as I want, I still can not afford it. However get me looking at yoyos with a twenty to thirty cap and I can oggle and buy.
One twenty dollar and one thirty dollar yoyo still doesn’t equal a seventy dollar yoyo. If I buy a twenty dollar yoyo and have thirty dollars, there’s always string, response, and bearings.


#8

A drop down menu with $5 increments would make the list way too long. I propose we do $10 dollar increments because it will let us see more results with less clicks.


#9

Why a drop down list? Why not type in the min and max in a text box?


#10

That’s what I was saying I totally agree


(Erik Kerber ) #11

i think it would be cool