Archive for February, 2023

Ladder with different feet

Feb 28 2023 Published by under Uncategorized

It is not always feasible to set the ladder on its “feet” as they are narrow.

I suggest having different mountable feet. A round disc. A perpendicular bar. An ice peg. A hole for a bolt. Whatever fits your need.

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Adjustable ladder

Feb 25 2023 Published by under Uncategorized

It is not uncommon to have the need for a ladder on uneven ground.

I suggest a ladder where one leg is adjustable for compensating slope or uneveness.

The ladder I use the most is made of I profiles so it should be doable to hide it in the concavities. Or mount it around the leg. Or have it totally separate.

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Hip protection for skiing

Feb 19 2023 Published by under Uncategorized

When I learn/train 180 on skis there is a 50% of success or failure. A failure often means landing on my hip.

I suggest hip pads in skiing clothes.

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Wipers for glasses

Feb 18 2023 Published by under Uncategorized

When being in rain with glasses they often fog up or simply get water on them.

I suggest wipers; like car windshield wipers.

I have seen motorcycle gloves and with sammy and ski gloves with a plastic protrushion. That would only partly do.

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A way to keep skis together

Feb 17 2023 Published by under Uncategorized

The ski stopper on slalom skis doubles as a gadget for keeping skis together when carrying.
But it is not without fault as anyone who has tried to carry skis has noticed. The middle part of the skis stays together but the ends tend to divide.

I suggest a thingamajig for stopping the ends from dividing.

It is preferably an item stuck to the ski(s), so one doesn’t have to dig through any pocket.

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