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veronicaraye veronicaraye 8 years
a bit expensive for what it is.
Daisie Daisie 8 years
It's cute but overpriced. I imagine within 6-9 months we will see similar creations come out of a place like Target - and they will be lowered priced and have a few options for style. I am thinking perhaps some hollow sculptural type pieces and not necessarily animals.
misslarue misslarue 8 years
I'd rather look at the cords then a plastic dog!
i_heart_sea_kelp i_heart_sea_kelp 8 years
How cute!
i_heart_sea_kelp i_heart_sea_kelp 8 years
How cute!
Penny4545 Penny4545 8 years
great idea, terrible price
Penny4545 Penny4545 8 years
great idea, terrible price
c0rkie c0rkie 8 years
cheaper please! :D
c0rkie c0rkie 8 years
cheaper please! :D
Neural Neural 8 years
I hate "cable spaghetti" too but $200? Seriously? Enough people are going to buy it to make it profitable? Seriously?
sosweetnsingle sosweetnsingle 8 years
$200??? its very cute, but pricey!
nitronat nitronat 8 years
too expensive. and i'm with alillee. It's too big and plastic-y and almost draws attention that you're hiding something. Plus cables can still stick out of it. Which makes it a bit obvious it's there to conceal cables. way too expensive too.
LizWinchester LizWinchester 8 years
I have this rule that if the advertisement for a product uses improper grammar, I cannot purchase it. In their description of this item they said: His fur is smooth and doesn't cause allergies or wet the floor.Now, the only way I will buy this product is if they can find a dog whose fur will wet my floor.Even then.. waste of money.
LizWinchester LizWinchester 8 years
I have this rule that if the advertisement for a product uses improper grammar, I cannot purchase it. In their description of this item they said: His fur is smooth and doesn't cause allergies or wet the floor. Now, the only way I will buy this product is if they can find a dog whose fur will wet my floor. Even then.. waste of money.
alillee alillee 8 years
tooooo expensive! and i'm not sure looking at one of those is much better than looking at a bunch of cords
Leopardcc Leopardcc 8 years
$200 seems a bit much. I can live with a lot of cables for that much!
beingtazim beingtazim 8 years
he is cute, but cant see myself with one of them
yayapapaya yayapapaya 8 years
its a cool idea, but it looks so cheap. for 200 it better do some major multitasking, maybe it could pick up my real dogs poo.
lolabella lolabella 8 years
i think that those zip-ties are a lot easier. i can imagine paying $200 for a woofy and then having to fight like blazes to get the one cord out i need to replace!i'm with nitro. where's the meowy!?
lolabella lolabella 8 years
i think that those zip-ties are a lot easier. i can imagine paying $200 for a woofy and then having to fight like blazes to get the one cord out i need to replace! i'm with nitro. where's the meowy!?
Kazagirl Kazagirl 8 years
I would rather step over all my cords than pay $200 for a plastic dog.
LadyLibertine LadyLibertine 8 years
don't know what to think of this yet
Nitrobezene Nitrobezene 8 years
where's the kitty version?
Nitrobezene Nitrobezene 8 years
where's the kitty version?
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