LOS ANGELES, Calif., Oct. 5, 2015 — When Harry Zimmerman first conceived the now-patented StayPut technology out of frustration from his kids constantly knocking over bowls of food, the concept quickly developed into a product parents and everyone else alike would find incredibly useful. Zimmerman holds a degree in engineering from the University of Illinois in Urbana, Champaign.
The engineers Zimmerman employed to render the 3D drawings necessary to build a prototype were originally skeptical of the design and said it would not work, and upon first run creation discovered that it not only worked, but could be a game changer in the industry. “They still talk to me to this day about how marveled they were that it worked!” said Zimmerman. It’s taken more than 5 years to get to the current prototype and the team is dedicated to getting the technology into the hands of other who will benefit the most.
The first iteration of the product using the technology is called the Bumpit Bowl. It does not use adhesive or suction to remain stable on virtually any surface and is resistant to almost any motion that would knock the bowl over. Yet, when it comes time to pick it up, the Bumpit Bowl is as easy to pick up as a regular bowl. The effect feels like magic.
The BPA-free Bumpit Bowl is also double insulated, which means that it retains temperature like a thermos and stays safe to touch even if its contents are hot. The inner bowl is microwave safe, and is certified by UL, as well as dishwasher safe. It comes with a top and is easy to take on the go. It also comes with a removable divider, allowing for a shallower bowl and storage of up to three kinds of food.
Harry is working in conjunction with his two kids Evan, an honors economics student at the University of Chicago and Zachary, who studies real estate development at the University of Southern California, who bring fresh perspectives in contemporary consumer products. As an independent, family operation, quality will never be an issue.
With delivery promised by December of this year, a single dishwasher safe bowl that will save you tons of frustration is running at a pledge amount of only $20.
Emmy winner Ron Noble has developed a cartoon and a signed copy of his book, Letter Beasties is also available as a perk for contribution.
“We are experienced hardware developers and have the experience to see this through and address any issues that come our way,” promises the campaign.
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