The lifting mechanism of the Techaulogy Hand Truck cuts the force used to climb stairs by half. The mechanism is activated by extending the handle, which has the added benefit of putting the user in a more upright and ergonomic position, reducing joint and lower-back stress. When not climbing stairs, the lifting arms tuck behind the wheels allowing the Techaulogy Hand Truck to be as maneuverable as a standard two-wheeled hand truck.
Credits: Fikst, Douglas Sabin, Paul Sabin, Timothy Deso, Joshua Gomes, DHS Design and Daniela Stark
Corporate Sponsor: Techaulogy
Contact: Paul Sabin: email@example.com