With Christmas just around the corner, you may be looking for some gifts for friends. Perhaps the new Playstation for your son or daughter, or a brand new iDevice for your spouse. But, as with all other things, you’re just not sure which one to buy or which features are important. And you’d hate to hear the painful words, “I love it, but I would’ve gotten the one with…”
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could borrow one of the same item from a friend, use it for a couple of weeks, and then return it? You’d know what you’re getting yourself into and you’d be able to make an informed choice. Of course, that can’t ever happen, can it?
Borrowing the future
The reason such a scenario seems impossible is because of the lack of trust among anyone but the closest of friends. But imagine if you had an inner ring of incredibly close friends…but with millions of people? You’d be able to really trust all those people with even your most prized possessions, and have confidence that you’ll get them back, no question.
This sort of circle of friends is exactly what the Rexpax team envisions. Rather than buying the next item you want to try out, only to discover you’ve made some poor feature choices, Rexpax allows you to borrow it from a ‘friend’, give it a try, and decide what you like and don’t like. No more multiple return trips or partially disappointed loved ones…