Stout’s BackSaver Grip


backsaver.pngStout’s friends liked it so much they transferred the grip to their garden and snow shovels, rakes, push brooms, pool skimmers, paint extension poles, tree trimmers and saltwater fishing rods.

Its creator says this back-saving Gimpliment improves the performance of long-handled tools by transferring effort from the back to the legs, which lets the user stand up straighter under a heavy load and ease the strain on the back, neck and shoulders.

Click here to see a video of the backsaver in action.

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One Response

  1. posturepedic Says:

    That’s a great idea. I actually get back pain all the time, but I recently bought a new bed, and my back is doing better, but this seems like it might also help.

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