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Handheld extendable pole designed to test smoke detectors
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Some embodiments of the present disclosure include a collapsible system for depressing a button on a device, such as a smoke detector, that is out of reach. The system may include a generally cylindrically-shaped handle having an inner portion and a proximal end and a distal end, a plurality of extendable segments configured to telescope outwardly from the inner portion of the handle through the distal end of the handle, the plurality of extendable segments including a distal-most segment, and a tip rotatably attached to the distal-most segment of the plurality of extendable segments. The tip may have a concave portion configured to accommodate at least a portion of the device button when in contact with the device button.Financial information
Product has been on the market for 3 years and has consistent sales, increasing every year.
Product is in demand by maintenance men, housing inspectors, HUD inspectors, landlords, firemen, code inspectors to name a few. Not to mention the home residential market. Potential contracts with Home Depot, Lowes, Ace Hardware could be worth millions.
We have been selling to the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. And we have been doing this with very little marketing. The potential is huge. One order to Home Depot with say a total of only 20 poles to each of their stores is a half million dollar NET order.
We do not have the resources to market of make large contracts. The right person, with the proper funding can do well with this product.
We have worked hard to make a dependable product that works well and has turned out to be popular. However, due to my age and financial resources we find it necessary to sell the patent, website and all related items.
We may be interested in a licensing agreement, depending on the terms.
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