I'm skeptical as to whether this app has any sort of "measuring algorithm" at all. I tried it with the camera covered and got the same results. This feels like a way to make customers more comfortable than using their QuickSize feature alone in which users input their height and weight (which by the way is surprisingly accurate on it's own)
12 people found this review helpful
The app functioned as described and was easy to use. But the first shirt made by the Tailor Store using measurements generated by the app was much too tight in the neck, across my chest and around my mid-section. The Tailor Store handled the failed shirt remarkably well, asking for pictures of me in the too-tight shirt and using those to adjust the measurements that had been originally generated with the app. The really excellent customer service largely made up for the failings of the app. So if you don't mind the somewhat lengthened process (them making two shirts each one requiring 2 to 3 weeks), the app will get you on your way to having a tailor made, fitted shirt. I have to admit, one iteration isn't bad.
36 people found this review helpful
Went through all the process, which seemed to work well. But then there appears to be no way to use the profile with anything other than the USA version of the store. Change to UK and the profile vanishes. Also, when starting the app, it asks to choose language and measurement system, but these changes did not work and it always reverted to US/inches. I don't know if that's connected. But anyway, I was unable to actually use the measurements the app made.
21 people found this review helpful