When shopping for retail display cases, pay close attention to the size. Some of the most basic display cases are designed as free-standing towers with just 2-3 shelves, while others are long counter-top cases with mirrored sides for increased vision. Ask yourself how much product your intend on displaying, and then choose the size that’s right for you. Contrary to what some people may believe, larger display cases aren’t always the best choice. Smaller ones require far less space, which opens your store up and increases the real estate for other products. Keep this mind when choosing a size for your display case.
Of course, you’ll also need to determine exactly how many display cases your store needs. Places like jewelry stores and electronic stores would obviously benefit from a greater number of display cases simply because most of their product requires them. On the other hand, convenience stores may only require a couple display cases for the more valuable products. Determine how much product and store space you have before selection an amount.
Safety and Locking Mechanisms
One of the unique advantages to using display cases in a retail store is the safety and locking mechanisms they provide. It’s not something most store owners want to think about, but thefts occur, and more often than you may realize. In fact, shoplifting can be such a troublesome problem that it forces some retail businesses to close from loss of profits. The bottom line is that you need to take the necessary precautions to protect your business and products from shoplifting. Placing your valuable products into a locked display case is a simple and effective way to prevent would-be shoplifters from getting their hands on it. Just remember to keep them locked and safely secured where no one can reach in and grab them.
The other main objective of a retail display case is to make certain products more visible and easier for customers to see. Things like watches, necklaces, rings and other jewelry work best in display cases simply because they are easier to see. If you are using them for this reason, make sure the case offers mirrored sides that reflect the back of the product. Also, some display cases have lights built in that offer a great amount of illumination. There are neat little accessories that play a key role in improving the visibility of products placed in a retail display case.
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