It’s happened three times now. I’m driving down the street and somebody in another vehicle just has to know about the RazerLift.
One question I get asked a lot is the impact of the RazerLift on the fuel economy of the vehicle. A recent study claims that roof racks can add an astonishing 25% to your fuel consumption, even if they don’t have any cargo on them at all. Naturally, many people are curious about how well … Read More
We built two alpha prototypes of the RazerLift. One was mounted on my vehicle and the second remained at Tangent’s shop. After reading the article about the RazerLift at Driving.ca, a local Calgarian and his son contacted me. They were planning a road trip across much of North America and they wondered if they might … Read More
The American patent for the RazerLift has been granted. It is patent number 9,290,130 for those who are interested. Once again our utility patent passed with relative ease; no other prior art was close enough to our claims to be considered problematic.
The RazerLift story keeps popping up in odd places across the internet these days as the news spreads. Here are some examples:
Lots of people I talk to are very excited about the RazerLift and how it will positively impact their lives. But what’s really nice is when the excitement is captured by some media outlet or industry insider. Two more such sources have offered their assessment of the RazerLift.
Our crowdfunding campaign on IndieGoGo is now live. Here’s the link: https://igg.me/at/RazerLift Please contribute, spread the news and help us get the RazerLift to market.
As I have spoken with people over the years a good number of folks have recommended that we crowdfund the RazerLift. The three-fold benefits of funds in the bank to continue development, exposure to the world “out there,” and a list of pre-orders are hard to beat. We are about to take the plunge. The RazerLift … Read More
So here’s an exciting development; we got in the news! Calgary Herald (and driving.ca) ran an article on the RazerLift. It was in the Herald in the Friday, March 25 edition on page DR2. Or, you can read it at the driving.ca website at the link below.
Most people I talk to about the RazerLift immediately grasp the improved convenience, whether they see it in person, or just in a video. What we may not immediately recognize is that the RazerLift does not merely reduce an inconvenience in our lives, it actually reduces the risk of injury. And that’s not just my uninformed (and … Read More