Sure, Christmas Day is over, but judging from the plethora of holiday decorations and seasonal commercials still around, the holiday spirit is still strong! InventHelp’s Invention Girl is sure you’ve realized that the holidays seem to start earlier and end later each year. And that’s great news for procrastinators. Maybe you’ve been putting off buying invent help for the co-worker on a break, or maybe you blamed forgetting to send Aunt Edna a gift on the postman. Below are a few more gift suggestions for you do-it-laters out there.
We at InventHelp think the simplest way to overcome the end in the holidays is to take into account Spring! These outdoor inventions from the sister site, the InventHelp Store, were recently featured inside the outdoor enthusiasts’ blog, HuntingLife.com. Air Chair is actually a comfortable camping chair that hangs from the rafters of the deck, porch and also your automobile! Simple to use and set up, the invention is a good selection for the individual who enjoys relaxing inside the outdoors.
Provide an angler on your list? Lures are usually a good gift and also the Moon Minnow Fishing Lure breaks the mold of an ordinary lure. The illuminating element allows fishing enthusiasts to catch the major ones 24 hours a day. Know someone using a dull, old knife? The Master Sharpener is a lightweight, compact tool that assists to ensure that knifes stay sharp in your kitchen, the outdoors and everywhere else!
All of these inventions can be found online at InventHelpStore.com. Hopefully these tips will allow you to end up that last-minute holiday shopping. From everyone at InventHelp, enjoy the rest of the holidays and Happy New Year!
For those of you that are to the whole social media thing, make sure to drop by the newly created InventHelp Squidoo lens! Although it’s pretty basic today, we’ll be adding lots of content on the next couple weeks, from inventor help documents to amusing InventHelp Caveman videos – and a lot more!
On another note, Invention Girl want to apologize for her brief hiatus from blog postings – even technology divas have to take vacations sometime, you know! Nevertheless, I’m ready to get back on track with ideas for inventions that I’ll be sending your way in the next couple of days. Stay tuned for fresh content from InventHelp and Invention Girl!
Gas prices. That’s all we hear about nowadays. Invention Girl and everybody else at InventHelp are fed up with it – no surprise that small cars are finally making their way stateside! After nearly ten years of success in Europe, the smart fortwo (meaning, “for two people”) is finally making its big debut in america. Compact (and in InventHelp’s Invention Girl’s humble opinion, cute), the smart fortwo may demonstrate that Americans are finally able to choose fuel-efficiency over mega-size and power.
At a mere 8.8 feet long, the fortwo is nearly 3 feet shorter than that other adorable tiny car, the MINI Cooper. Which means that two smart fortwos could easily fit into the normal parking space. It’s created to fit two 6-foot-tall adults comfortably, and features ample headroom and cargo room. If being in this tiny car causes you to feel unsafe, consider this: smart fortwo has electronic stability control, anti-lock brakes, head and thorax side airbags, and a steel safety cage.
Now, should your primary concern is speed, the smart fortwo may not be right for you. A 1.-liter, 70-horsepower engine means the fortwo goes from to 60 mph in 12 seconds. But, this leisurely pace allows for an EPA rating of 33 mpg city, and 40 mpg on the highway.
InventHelp’s President, Bob Susa, had been a guest on the Got Invention Radio with Brian Fried. Got Invention Radio is really a weekly internet radio show geared towards inventors and entrepreneurs. The show features successful inventors, expert guests and business mentors who share advice and resources. Bob Susa has become the President of InventHelp over the past year and InventHelp Inventor Stories and has been in the invention industry for nineteen years total.
While on the show, Mr. Susa spoke with listeners about InventHelp as well as the various services the company provides. He discussed different options inventors have and what debthr expect when you use InventHelp services. Mr. Susa also gave fundamental advice on what inventors are capable of doing making use of their new ideas. He also tackled the problem of whether inventors can perform the task themselves.
Mr. Susa gave details about InventHelp’s annual trade show of twenty-five years, INPEX. INPEX is short for Invention & Cool Product Exposition and is America’s largest invention trade exhibition. This coming year it will likely be held at the Monroeville Convention Center from June 16-18.