Hi all, I recently started as an outside salesman selling a fine array of cutlery knives as well as phone systems (since I am making the rounds anyways). Techniques I have used: My company outfits me with some props that illustrate the sharpness of the blades as well as a giant catalogue to run over the different kitchen ware bundles. -I cut pennies, -I shear thick sailing cord -I ask them to bring me their favorite knife just to compare edges Explaining the phone systems is a much more complicated process and I am thinking I should try implementing visual aids through a pico projector. I know I can make a larger cut if I just sell more phone systems since it has a larger margin. Has anyone else had a very complicated product to sell and what sales techniques did you employ to overcome that?