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Binding Survey - Tell us what you're riding

We're doing some industrial design work for a new binding company, and are looking for your feedback on what you're riding now, what you like and what you don't.

Below is a link to a quick 10 question survey that should take only 2 minutes to answer.

Snowboard Binding Info - Help us make better bindings! Survey

Appreciate all your feedback, and we will draw one person to win a free pair of bindings once the survey is complete.

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First you need to prove to us why we would ever fucking want to answer your survey, then give us a video, then give us money.

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First you need to prove to us why we would ever fucking want to answer your survey, then give us a video, then give us money.
Hahaha, always the best answer, ever.
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WOW!!! That's a fairly over the top response.

I'm just a new member and thought this forum would be a good place to help get some information from fellow snowboarders for my current project.

It was a fairly innocent request and I don't really see what has offended you, so terribly. Good way to make new people feel welcome.

If you're an example of the people on these forums, I think I'll move along.

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Well I don't mind you and think answering your survey is fairly easy and actually beneficial to us.......I second BA. Move along.

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WOW!!! That's a fairly over the top response.

I'm just a new member and thought this forum would be a good place to help get some information from fellow snowboarders for my current project.

It was a fairly innocent request and I don't really see what has offended you, so terribly. Good way to make new people feel welcome.

If you're an example of the people on these forums, I think I'll move along.

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Fuck off douche bag you came on here trying to get us to do some market research. We see surveys like this at least 10 times a week. Simple rule to follow post a video on what your project is and why we should do this.

But right now I can tell it's just market research that's geared more towards a rear entry binding and makes it almost seem like it's for Gnu/Bent Metal.

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Yes of course it is market research, but for my own project and certainly not for any large company.

Sorry, didn't see anything in the forum rules about market research.

Anyway, thanks & goodbye.
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Yes of course it is market research, but for my own project and certainly not for any large company.

Sorry, didn't see anything in the forum rules about market research.

Anyway, thanks & goodbye.
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We're doing some industrial design work for a new binding company, and are looking for your feedback on what you're riding now, what you like and what you don't.

Appreciate all your feedback, and we will draw one person to win a free pair of bindings once the survey is complete.

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Yes of course it is market research, but for my own project and certainly not for any large company.

Sorry, didn't see anything in the forum rules about market research.

Anyway, thanks & goodbye.
These are not the snowboarders you seek!

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Yes exactly BA "NEW binding company"

ie I have been working on a concept for several years, and thought it would be logical to get some information from fellow boarders before spending more money time etc into something nobody might want.

Therfore I came to a snowboard forum to get some feedback on binding preferences, certain features etc etc, to help gain some information on what people are riding now, to help decide whether this would ever be viable.

So no, not a big company. And yes, my own project.

And yes I am sure you have seen many people come with half baked ideas about the next "revolution in snowboarding etc etc" and I have no illusions about that. It might be something good, it might not. But it seems to be sensible to ask other boarders about what they ride now, when developing something new.

If you're not interested, don't participate. BTW it seems a lot of people are happy to answer the few simple questions as there is plenty of responses on the survey already.

Thanks to all those who have responded already.
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