we don't have the best bx in the world, unless you're looking for a rock hero guitar...they have about 10 different varieties of guitars to include the aerosmith edition. if you're looking for deodorant, the pickings are slim. you can either by the generic aafes brand that crumbles upon the first application, or you can get right guard in a can. it's been a long time since i've used an aerosol deodorant, but i had to choose it over the crumbly aafes roll-on. there are a few problems with the aerosol deodorant:
1) it makes a lot of noise when spraying. this is a concern, since i'm up every morning at 5:30, while my roommate sleeps until 8:00. right guard uses some high-powered aerosol that can wake up the sleeping. i mitigate this by only applying short bursts of deodorant.
2) the aerosol puff cloud of freshness is way too powerful. it will choke anyone in the room. i taste the freshness for hours.
i've told a few people about my switch to aerosol deodorant and have gotten some interesting feedback. the reaction would be the same if i suggested that i planned to grow a mullet, wear some jorts and drive a camaro. so, i searched the internets to see what all i could find about spray on deodorant.
this guy seems to be struggling over the roll-on vs. spray issue.
enterpreneur.com gives a good rundown on the deodorant market. spray deodorant growth is slowing down, while the roll-on sector is expanding.
i need to pick-up some deodorant next time i'm downtown. it won't be spray-on, unless i can get some of the RGX BodySpray developed by my boy 50-cent, or as I call him...brutha fitty.