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Weekly Invention by InventionHome.com – The Ladder Tool Bag (LTB)

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InventionHome and MatchProduct.com announce their Invention of the Week – “Ladder Tool Bag”

Independent inventor Anthony Maglieri enlisted the help of MatchProduct.com (sister company of InventionHome) to assist him in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for his invention.

The “LTB” is a portable tool bag designed to attach to the top rung of an “A” frame ladder. The clever product is designed to stay on the ladder even during ladder closure and transport. It enables the user to keep tools handy and secure. Homeowners, electricians, handymen, construction workers, company employees or just about anyone who owns or uses an “A” frame ladder will appreciate the safety and convienience of the “LTB”.

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InventionHome offers a low cost, low risk solution for helping inventors through each step of the invention process. They have created a simple and streamlined process for connecting inventors with manufacturers for the purpose of licensing inventions for royalties. For help with your invention, request info at:

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MatchProduct.com is sister-company to InventionHome, and provides inventors and entrepreneurs who have FINISHED products with a FREE listing on the site. Using the same streamlined process as InventionHome, they approach companies about licensing and/or distribution opportunities and take a modest commission ONLY if a successful “match” is made.

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Weekly Invention by InventionHome.com – “Extendable Hammer”

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InventionHome announces their Invention of the Week – “Extendable Hammer”.

Independent inventor Rodney Toole enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist him in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for his invention.

The Extendable Hammer enables users to convert a standard-sized hammer to extended lengths for ease in reaching hard to access places. A button on the handle of the hammer is depressed to shorten or lengthen the hammer, and a variety of length settings allow the user to select the most appropriate length. Whether it is being used to hang a simple picture on the wall, or for demolition of a deck, the Extendable Hammer offers both convenience and versatility.
For help with your invention, call 866-844-6512.

About www.InventionHome.com

InventionHome offers a low cost, low risk solution for helping inventors through each step of the invention process. They have created a simple and streamlined process for connecting inventors with manufacturers for the purpose of licensing inventions for royalties. For help with your invention, request info at:

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Weekly Invention by InventionHome.com – Quick Saw

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InventionHome announces their Invention of the Week – “Quick Saw”

Independent inventor Lance Steinmann enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist him in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for his invention.

Quick Saw is a drill powered reciprocating saw that offers individuals added safety during use. The apparatus can be used in the same manner as a standard reciprocating saw, but is more convenient to keep with you and works with any standard battery operated drill. This product disengages the saw’s drive mechanism, which allows easy connection and disconnection from the drill. The gear assembly may include a motor drive shaft that may be connected to an electric drill, which drives a jackshaft by means of a pair of interlocking gears. At rest, the drive shaft is biased by a spring to a position where the gears are not in contact with each other. When the operator pulls the saw housing toward the drill, the spring is compressed and the gears are engaged, thus allowing the saw to operate. Should the operator lose his grip on the housing, the spring biases the drive shaft back to its original position, thereby disengaging the gears for enhanced safety.

About www.InventionHome.com

InventionHome offers a low cost, low risk solution for helping inventors through each step of the invention process. They have created a simple and streamlined process for connecting inventors with manufacturers for the purpose of licensing inventions for royalties. For help with your invention, request info at:

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Weekly Invention by InventionHome.com – Two Step Eye Bolt Driver

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InventionHome announces their Invention of the Week – “Two Step Eye Bolt Driver”

Independent inventor John Morris enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist him in finding marketing/licensing opportunities for his invention.

Eyebolts and hooks are commonly used to hang items in a garage or barn. However, installing eyebolts and hooks in such locations can be exhaustive, time consuming and difficult. There are various attachments designed to install and remove eyebolts with drills. Unfortunately, most of these devices are dedicated to one particular type or size of eyebolt and are not very versatile.

The Two Step Eye Bolt Driver provides far greater convenience to the user, saving both time and energy. This attachment is versatile and capable of installing and removing a wide variety of eyebolts, hooks, wing nuts, and more in various sizes. The attachment can be used on any 3/8” drill to drive a wide variety of specialized fasteners. The attachment can also be used with items of various sizes. The attachment is available in two sizes. The product has an issued Utility patent, and finished samples are available.



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InventionHome offers a low cost, low risk solution for helping inventors through each step of the invention process. They have created a simple and streamlined process for connecting inventors with manufacturers for the purpose of licensing inventions for royalties. For help with your invention, request info at:

http://www.inventionhome.com/info/index.asp?referred=blogspot