Sorry Early Adopters, Your Time is Up

I’ve really been going at helping people discover AirCut for about 4 months now, because frankly that’s how long we’ve had stock of our product. I don’t claim to really know where the line in the sand is when it comes to where someone is considered an “early adopter of a product” versus when the item is more mainstream, but I know one thing for sure–AirCut is no longer for the early adopter.

I can say this not because this is my blog and I have the microphone, but because I have seen our product go through a small metamorphosis in these last 4 months. It started as a small idea and an online presence that crept along like a caterpillar until we received our first shipment of our product. It was a great caterpillar, but it needed wings. It then entered a cocoon wherein all of the early adopters got in on the AirCut and helped it to grow. Recently though, we have emerged from the cocoon as something more beautiful and have begun to stretch our wings as we move toward taking off.

This is not to say that we don’t appreciate all of the folks who braved their own vanity for the sake of being among the first to use our product, far from it. We are grateful for them because throughout the early adoption phase we were able to make sure we had the best product on the market. It has been a joy to watch this process and to see so many embrace the AirCut for the easiest way to cut their own hair.

So the age of early adoption is up for the AirCut, but that’s great news for the rest of you who may be holding off on the AirCut out of fear of it or of making a mistake. There’s nothing to fear…and we have a cocoon full of early adopters to thank for it.

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About aircutblog

The AirCut is a home hair cutting device for men, moms who cut their son's hair, and for womne with short hair. As seen on Rachael Ray, Real Milwaukee, and your local barber shop.
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