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  1. jam_in
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    Hi guys ! i want to know your opinions about this design before i lunch it in store!
    would you wear this t-shirt ?!
    how much you rank it on a scale of 10 ?!
    do you have any suggestions to make it better?!
    do you have any other ideas or designs would you see it on a t-shirt ?!
    thanks

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  2. telectrix
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    no pic on post.
     
  3. jam_in
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    it should be shown now
     
  4. Spoon
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    Why holding a spanner?
     
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  5. jam_in
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    i thought its related to sparky's tools !
     
  6. Pete999
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    9 out of 10 spanner is a bit naff maybe a screwdriver
     
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  7. Spoon
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    To me its more mechanical than electrical. Soldering iron, wire cutters, meter leads, something like that may have been better.... Just my opinion mate.
    Also the spanner angle just doesn't look right with the hand.
     
  8. telectrix
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    a 2 prong voltage tester would be better. like the avatar btw, Scousers Rule OK?.
     
  9. jam_in
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    thanks you all .. i will see about it agian
     
  10. telectrix
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    [​IMG]
     
  11. Spoon
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    Just so that I don't come across like a total arse, that just slags everything off, I really like your idea. The text is great. I just don't like the pic.
     
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  12. telectrix
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    maybe a torque driver would be an easy choice.
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    add a pozi bit.
     
  13. Spoon
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    Just as long as the angle of whatever is in the hand is at the same angle of the hand.
    The hand in the pic is straight on. The spanner is at an angle. It doesn't look right.
    Maybe you could take a pic of your hand with whatever you are going to hold and then use an app to get the cartoon / grey scale affect you want.
     
  14. Pete999
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    Just not a spanner
     
  15. telectrix
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    could be worse. could have been a blowlamp.
     
  16. hightower
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    hightower Electrician's Arms

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    There are easier forms of contraceptive than terrible t-shirts.
     
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  17. HandySparks
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    Could have been a mug of tea. :)
     
  18. FatAlan
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    Based on other forum comments would a hammer be more appropriated
     
  19. jam_in
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    thank you all, i'm going to change it
     
  20. Pete999
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    Lets not take the Mick, I think the OP has a good chance of making some money out of his idea, and judging by some of the Electricians T shirts out there, I think his offering is a good one (apart from the Spanner) I reckon both of Tel's ideas are good ones it shows people that perhaps we are serious and value our skills, and showing up to date tools can only help the OP, I for one hope it comes to fruition, go with the driver or tester either one is just the job, this could go on ebay as the best Sparkie's T shirt out there good idea mate hope it works out.
     
  21. Spoon
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    I'm glad you like my ideas as well..... :(
    I'm going to go into a corner and cry now....
     
  22. Pete999
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    Don't you start taking the poss either I am being serious.
     
  23. Spoon
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    I'm presuming this is just a tongue-in-cheek statement.
    I was having a little dig at you for not mentioning my good ideas mate and mentioning the spanner pic...
     
  24. Wes1000
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    What about a load of cable with some sparks flying etc. I think it would be much more eye catching.
    Not sure if it would give the wrong impression to our approach to safty though.
     
  25. telectrix
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    could have a picture of an electrician with his hands round the throat of a plumber (only joking. plumbers' necks are too thick to get your hands round).
     
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  26. Vortigern
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    Not too sure about the statement "Sparky is coming"......
     
  27. Andy78
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    I'm not too sure about the main slogan. How about Game of Ohms ? It rhymes better :)
     
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  28. westward10
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    I am negative, I hate it.
     
  29. rolyberkin
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    Not my cup of tea, however not sure if I would wear an 'electrician' T shirt!?
     
  30. Hellmooth
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    I probably wouldn't wear one but Game of Ohms is much better
     
  31. 7029 dave
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    Never get one.
     
  32. 7029 dave
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    Go for screwdriver on the shirt.
     
  33. telectrix
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  34. jam_in
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    updated!

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  35. Pete999
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  36. Richard Burns
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    Just a couple of thoughts
    Insulated screwdriver perhaps?

    Alternative

    Game of ohms insulated.jpg

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  37. Midwest
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    I like the tee shirt without the writing etc on it. :)
     
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