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
A question I often get asked is about the wind noise generated by the RazerLift. We have some initial feedback on that very question, particularly by two recent incidents.
Most of the people I talk to about the RazerLift have one of two reactions. Many people can intuitively see the benefits, and acknowledge that the RazerLift would make life a lot better, but “it’s not for me.” The other group tends to immediately see the personal benefits and they want to get in line. … Read More
Since the prototype was mounted on my vehicle a few weeks back I’ve been really swamped. Lots of people have wanted to see it and we’ve done lots of testing and tweaking. This will be a fairly short summary of some of what’s gone on, just to bring interested readers up to speed. First, the … Read More