The volume is far too weak. Even with my own speakers up to 100% and the bar on the video offering an increase in sound, it was still too hard to hear. And, I have supersonic hearing.
There IS a second thing I want to mention and that is regarding the presenter. Although she knows her stuff and appears to be the epitome of human kindness and a true advocate of the product she demonstrates, I would really like to see her dress much more "effectively" to be "in keeping" with the whole picture - i.e. those exquisite flowers and herself.
The outfit she is wearing would do well on a camping trip, but not in the prestigious environment in which she is illustrating the effectiveness and the decor of those flowers. A flowing dress would be much more befitting OR a loose-fitting pants suit that covers the torso.
The hair-doo also belongs on a camping trip. If it is going to be worn "down", at least make it look "groomed". But, given the whole picture, an up-doo with maybe flowers in her hair would be much more to the point of presentation.
People will buy a product, even if it's a bad one, if the presenter looks great. Please keep this in mind when you are trying to sell something. You know that old adage, "more flies are bought with sugar than vinegar"? Well, the same is true when it comes to a presentation of products. More customers are bought with elegance than slovenliness. .
Merchant Response:Thank you for taking the time to review the video that we recorded to show the colors of these flower walls. It's great that you appreciated the effort and that we have deep product knowledge. We will work on the volume issues. Right now we're just doing our level best to show our customers the product and not worrying about perfection. P.S. We were all very entertained by your critique of Katie's naturally curly hair. While she does everything possible to tame that frizz, alas, it's the same hair that she has to take camping. Her outfit from Nordstrom will not be making any camping trips anytime soon.