Copenhagen, Denmark (PRWEB) July 31, 2008
Publisher of Nitrobogen (http://www.nitrobook.com) claims that they have just released the product that will ease all of the worries of RC enthusiasts in the form of a book that explains everything there is to know about the RC car.
With the prepackaged, ready to use products that are on the market, the company states there was a problem that emerged. The problem was that people did not actually know anything about nitro engines. This lack of knowledge caused many RC products to be returned to the stores they were purchased at whenever customers could not get them started up. Usually, it was a minor problem that was keeping the object from starting. This book is said to explain all of those problems that will keep the vehicle from starting, along with explaining how the RC works. This will allow for users to be better equipped to trouble shoot their products instead of immediately taking them back to the retailer. They can also use the knowledge to make adjustments on their RC cars which can help them run better than they were without the adjustments.
Mikkel Elgstroem, co-owner of the RC-Center in Denmark, began using the book in his store to help his customers learn about nitro engines. He states, "The biggest problem with selling RC toy models like RC nitrocars is all the beginners who can not start, adjust and break in the nitroengine. We have had seven out of ten beginner customers coming back with almost the same problem. The beginner has absolutely no chance to get the car up and running without the expertise of us. We used almost all of our time on these issues. After we began selling all beginners the Nitrobook together with the car, we only have one out of ten beginner customers coming back. That is just fantastic for us. Now we can use our time on other more profitable things, like selling more products."
For more information, visit http://www.nitrobook.com
About NitroBook: Forlaget Nitrobogen was founded in 2007 by Kenneth Schoeller. Schoeller is the co-owner of one of the biggest RC hobby shops in Scandinavia.
(An http://IPRWire.com Press Release)
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