A large number of people like to purchase products, specially clothes, by the Web, nevertheless there are a few who would like to go to the ordinary shop and see these goods by themselves. There is a third way of buying things, you can go to the shop, choose the product you have to have in the list and wait for a few minutes to pick up your goods.
In many European states this shopping system goes quite well, nevertheless for foreigners this solution is strange and sometimes uncomfortable. For eastern and central-eastern citizens of Europe it is natural to touch product before buying it, to verify it hardness and quality, even if it is a small pillow or a blanket. For a large number of them this sort of verification is just part of their mentality. In Asia, especially in Japan have been created shops
with Touchscreens, where we can choose items by pressing an image of it. Then all of the chosen goods are complited in order and given to the buyer. On the one hand it is a marvelous solution, because we are certain that only a few shop workers have touched our roducts.
On the other hand we aren’t able to truly decide which specific product we like to have (there are differences even between two apples of the one kind). The same situation is with our vehicles for example custom bicycles. We could have the whole specification of the item on the website, but still we need to see it and if we like to purchase a very expensive device such as custom single speed bikes or mountain bike for a long distances we have to check these goods - good site. Of’course we could send it back to the producer in particular time, nevertheless it could be full of stress. Many times it is better to go to the store or an organisation and purchase or order a particular type or check it in shop and only order a different design. Cars, custom bicycles, yachts and other an expensive equipment or specific one (such as custom single speed bikes - here) is better to purchase in traditional way.