Rene Hade, a Canadian innovator has announced that he will be seeking public support on Kickstarter to back his latest creation, the Handy Puck. It is the only tool specifically designed to change the toilet filling valve within 5 minutes without damaging anything. Rene was the concierge of a 16 apartments building in 1988 and his primary job was to repair the breakages inside each of the apartments.
This inspired him to create something that can be used in apartments all over North America and that is how he came up with this amazing Handy Puck. In order to produce this amazing device on a large scale, Rene is seeking public support by crowdfunding this project via Kickstarter. The goal of this project is to raise CA $6,000 by Friday April 21, 2017 and everyone is welcome to back it on Kickstarter.
Handy Puck is a result of almost 3 decades of experience that Rene carried with him. The extensive research and development took 28 years to create this amazing tool. Not only is it robust and secure but also has a great value for money. There are other products available but the biggest flaw with them is that they damage the piping and other equipment. However, this amazing Handy Puck not only saves time but also energy and money without wearing any equipment.
All funds raised through this Kickstarter campaign will play a major role in the manufacturing, promotion and shipping of this amazing tool called Handy Puck.
Rene is welcoming all the generous support he can get from all over the world on Kickstarter and everyone is welcome to back this amazing Handy Puck on the link below:
About This Project:
Handy Puck is the ultimate toilet filling valve tool. It is a creation of an inspiring Canadian, Rene Hade who has perfected his three decades of experience to create this amazing toilet filling valve tool that does all the work quickly without damaging anything. Rene is now seeking public support and everyone is welcome to back him on Kickstarter.
Company Name: Handy Puck
Contact Person: Frank Hade
Address:505 rue Grant, suite 206