TransferPants - A Revolutionary Change in Caregiving
Author: TransferPants(i) : Contact: transferpants.com
Published: 2016-03-30 : (Rev. 2018-07-01)
TransferPants(TM), a U.S. patented device designed to move disabled persons safely and comfortably, is now on Indiegogo.
There are over 4 million people today living in wheelchairs in the U.S. alone NOT counting those who are partially paralyzed.
Making a Difference
New Startup TransferPants(TM) announced that it is raising funds via a rewards/equity crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo (www.indiegogo.com/projects/transferpants-move-the-disabled-with-dignity--2#/) to finish the development of their revolutionary wearable technology.
The company set out to raise $20,000 on Indiegogo to finish development and produce the first run of their latest invention that is going to change the wearable technology market for the disabled and elderly.
"We have created our new line of TransferPants(TM) that we have improved on over the last 12 months. We have added 2 zippers in the front for easy dressing, new styles, softer materials, and more colors".
They have enjoyed early traction with its original line of TransferPants apparel for the disabled and elderly, and will be launching its new styles to accommodate different occasions (fleece, cotton twill, shorts, bathing suits, baggies, etc).
Diagram of Transferpants
"What a fantastic, wonderful product, incredible. No more gait belt. We’re just in love with this product!" - Dorothy Nowick, DME Supply.
TransferPants were created in San Francisco, incorporated on "May 9, 2013" and is owned by Dr. Milton O'Brien.
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