We have been putting our field test units of the RazerLift through its paces, both technically and commercially. Our fleet has seen weather as cold as -30C (-22F) in Canadian winter, and the heat, dust, sun and rain of the Southern States. We have also met with dozens of industry contacts along the way, showcasing … Read More
These pictures of the RazerLift are from a little earlier in our road trip.
Part of our RazerLift road trip involves my wife and I transporting the company van from Houston to San Diego, through New Mexico and Arizona. We have researched some of the sights and photo opportunities along the way, but we are looking for advice from our readers. Can you recommend any national or state parks, … Read More
As an Engineer one of the most thrilling aspects of this project has been the product development; watching an idea turn into reality. However, I have to admit, the road trip we’ve been on has also been really exciting, even if I’m watching most of it remotely. My team has done all the travel so … Read More
We’ve been enjoying showcasing the wide range of applications for the RazerLift – and the ergonomic superiority – by creating a series of videos. This is not just a “ladder rack”. Here are a few of those videos, in case you haven’t already seen them.
I’m excited to share some major updates that are both business related and personal. On the business front, we expect the rest of our small fleet of low-volume production units to be ready to ship this week for field testing. By the end of next week some of those units will be up-and-running on customer … Read More
If you are interested in the RazerLift but haven’t met the inventor or seen the latest prototype in person, then book off the evening of Thursday February 11, 2016. I will be speaking at the New Tech Meetup hosted and organized by Innovate Calgary. The event will be held at the Alastair Ross Technology Centre … Read More
It’s here. The RazerLift is now operational on my vehicle. See video below. That’s my 11-year-old son operating it. He’s tall for his age, but it still gives you an idea of just how easily accessible the cargo will be. Whatever cargo you want on there; bikes, ladders, kayaks, skis / snowboards. The list goes … Read More