Invention of the Month: Abramson Knee Pad Hangers

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Abramson Knee Pad Hangers

Independent inventor Grant A. enlisted the help of InventionHome to assist him in finding marketing and licensing opportunities for his invention.

Spring is in full swing, which means May’s Invention of the Month is just in time for those outdoor chores and home renovations. Abramson Knee Pad Hangers allow a user to work without having to adjust their knee pads. The invention attaches to existing knee pads on one end and a belt on the other, which keeps the pads from shifting down from the knees to the shins. The product has adjustable straps so it may fit a user of any size or height. This invention is ideal for use by skilled tradespeople who work in the construction industry or do-it-yourselfers looking to work without stopping sporadically to adjust their ill-fitting knee pads.

People who work in areas such as masonry, carpet installation or any industry that involves working close to the ground typically wear pads to protect their knees. However, even expensive, high-quality knee pads with adjustable back straps tend to fall off of the user’s knee and onto the shins. This forces users to constantly adjust their knee pads and can make them less productive throughout the day.

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