Hey Everyone, Cnotey here. Typically I don't deal in physical products. But in my business, contacts are everything. I just represented a client who owns a product manufacturing company on the side. He offered me an awesome deal, $200 for product design and virtually no markup. I don't even have to pay for tooling or setup fees up front. There's a catch though, the products have to be either metal, plastic, polyurethane, or glass. And he can only run a tool run with one base at a time. I can always think of a million software ideas, but since being presented with this opportunity, I cannot think of a single physical product that would sell well. I am trying to think of simple products, so I can be below the $30 price point and still get away with 50% markup. His manufacturing costs obviously go down with more volume, and cost is based off of base mass, not tooling runs, etc because its all automated. Anyone have any ideas?