The new Sling4Skis is a new way to carry your skis to and from the slopes.
It was developed by the 24 year old inventor Jamie Welton from Essex, UK. He has been hailed as the James Dyson of ski equipment with his no nonsense approach engineering products which simply and efficiently get the job done.
The Sling4Skis has been designed using modern fabrics and composites on 3D modelling software, the result is a ski carrier strap which requires no fiddling to affix it to the skis, it simply slides on and the user is ready to go.
A couple of other features of the Sling4Skis ski carrier strap are its ability to be used for ski pole positioning training strap and its survival rope uses. In 2010 whilst being developed a Sling4Skis carrier strap was used to pull an injured off piste skier up from a crevice where he had severely broken his leg severing multiple tendons in the process.
The launch price on the Sling4Skis is sub £10 ($15/€12) which is a fraction of the cost of the competition yet with many more features.
No wonder the young inventor from Essex is being compared to other great British inventors such as James Dyson.
Samples available for review or wholesale purchase.
Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of Sling4Skis.com, on Wednesday 14 November, 2012. For more information subscribe and follow http://www.pressat.co.uk/