The criteria for the product judging at ISPO Award are:
- Innovation and trend character
- Purpose & target group
- Material selection - cost/ composition or, in the case of services: concept/ procedure of the service
- Design - appearance
- Price-performance ratio
- Weight/ pack size/ ratio/ handling or, for services: Handling/ accessibility/ effort required for use
- Quality of workmanship/ process/ procedure
- Functionality/ usability
The criteria printed in bold are considered particularly important and are therefore weighted twice.
The products will be rated based on the following scoring system. For each criteria maximum of 5 or 10 points can be reached:
1 = insufficient
2 = poor
3 = satisfactory
4 = good
5 = very good
max. 360 Points for a product ( 6x5 & 3x10 per Juror)
Special & separated sustainability judging – points counted on top (only for brands who submitted the additional sustainability questionnaire).
After skiing article manufacturer X has submitted its newly developed ski helmet for the ISPO Award via convenient online registration, a jury of six experts will judge the entry based on the above criteria.
An independent evaluation could look as follows:
|Category||Judge 1||Judge 2||Judge 3||Judge 4||Judge 5||Judge 6|
|Innovation and trend character||10/10||8/10||10/10||8/10||10/10||10/10|
|Purpose & target group||4/5||3/5||4/5||4/5||4/5||4/5|
|Material selection - cost||3/5||4/5||4/5||4/5||4/5||5/5|
|Design - appearance||4/5||5/5||4/5||4/5||4/5||4/5|
|Weight/ pack size/ ratio/ handling||3/5||5/5||4/5||4/5||4/5||3/5|
|Quality of orkmanship||10/10||10/10||10/10||8/10||8/10||10/10|
The ski helmet scored a total of 301 out of 360 possible points, making it an ISPO Award Winner. The brand can look forward to a detailed ISPO.com review article and a highlight staging at the next ISPO event, as well as numerous other exclusive benefits.
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