January 2006 Articles
Invented by: Robert K.
Robert K. has seen his fair share of tragic road accidents being a truck driver. He’s been owner and driver for a trucking and transport company for 27 years, and has been on the scene where people were killed because of a truck driver falling asleep at the wheel.
Invented by: Clyde & Catherine D.
The beauty and serenity of the country are not all they are cracked up to be. When farm work calls, the blaze of the sun can make simple tasks like hauling bales of hay unbearable. In aid, a new product brings forth sheer convenience with its unique design features.
Invented by: Daniel B.
The idea hit Daniel B. like a Mac truck. Or rather the snow and ice that flew off the transport and insinuated itself onto his wiper blades, leaving a streak across his windshield and Daniel fuming.
Invented by: Thomas K.
Bouquets to Thomas K. on developing a practical solution for contractors and at-home contractors. Tom’s Gravity Guru Level expands the use of the bubble level to measure in all directions.
Invented by: David & Shirley M.
While vacationing in Cancun, David and Shirley M. conceived the idea for a helpful product they could’ve used while on their trip. “We couldn’t figure out what bus to catch . . . and nobody spoke English,” recalls Shirley.
Invented by: Melanie & Donald R.
Long time residents and flower enthusiasts Donald and Melanie R. have invented a device that can contribute positively to the aesthetic value of flower and plant arrangements. The Flower Organizer allows for optimal bouquet arrangement whether the person designing the flowers is a professional or an amateur. The product is simple, easy to use, and will be available and affordable for the public shortly after a manufacturer is secured.