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Unread 11th November 2013   #1
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Market Reaserch on Innovative Gas Level Sensor

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I am a product designer working on a new product which remotely monitors your caravans gas usage. It reports this accurately to a screen in your caravan and warns you when you are going to run out. It is low cost and very reliable. Would you mind helping me out by answering the following survey?

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/95bx2mw

it is really short and will help my product development enormously, as your comments are very valuable.

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Hi folks please give this a go all help in this project can only help us caravanners
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Thanks very much for all of this, the responses we are getting are very useful, but please do keep them coming!
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There should also be a question asking whether you would buy one if it was available? If we run out of gas, we simply change the bottle. On the Calor rite bottle ther is an indicator of the amount of gas left.
We would be more interested in one that shows water levels or one that shows how many units of electric your caravan is using as I do not trust privately metered pitches.
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Thanks for the comments, the device is designed so that it can be linked in with a number of existing products for monitoring water and electricity, and we do plan to bring out our own versions of these products further down the line. Something I didn't mention however, is that the product also has a built in gas leak detection feature, where it warns you of a potential gas leak.
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