A non-motorized device to assist in the handling and lifting of various materials to reduce stress and strain on ones arm.
- Consists of a Grip, Gear Assembly, Frame, Support Extensions, Grasping Arms
- Keeps the Wrist in a Neutral Position
- Distributes the Weight of the Material Across the Entire Forearm
- Adds Stability When Lifting Heavy Items
- Almost Limitless Applications
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor Jeff Stroop of Murfreesboro, TN has created a non-motorized device to assist in the handling and lifting of various materials to reduce stress and strain on ones arm.
Putting stress and strain on the arm and wrist can lead to serious and sometimes lifelong issues and associated pain. The wrist is a relatively weak joint and if not properly supported, damage is almost inevitable. In turn, Inventor Stroop was inspired to create The Right Lift!
This clever new patented invention consists of a grip, the gear assembly, the frame, support extensions, and the grasping arms. It was created to keep the wrist in a neutral position instead of an awkward angle. It distributes the weight of the material across the entire forearm and adds stability which is especially vital when lifting heavy items. It also removes the risks associated with the manipulation of materials around hazardous machinery or environments.
The device has almost limitless applications! Consumers will be able to use it for fruit and vegetable harvesting and processing, meat processing, light manufacturing, and more!
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