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Patent Pending & Licensing

You must admit that the KATANA is unlike anything you've seen before in terms of "making life with crutches more comfortable."

That's why we have applied for a patent for the technical solution on which the Katana is based. The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has already made the patent application public, although the International Search Report is still pending.

Nevertheless, since this invention is unique and holds significant potential for producers of crutches, resellers, healthcare institutions, etc., we encourage you to contact us as soon as possible if you wish to join us in this business endeavor. The early bird catches the worm.

What benefits can you expect from licensing this invention for your business?

First, let's share our understanding of the crutch market: Walking on crutches (or canes, which also benefit from this invention though we haven't promoted it yet) is often a necessity, not a lifestyle choice. Crutches, meaning every single one on this planet, do not want to remain standing upright; they will fall to the ground unless you make the painstaking effort to lean them against something. Either way, picking them up or spending time balancing them out is a frustrating process, especially in a situation where you’d prefer not to get angry, but rather focus on getting well.

Our invention, the KATANA, demonstrates that with minimal effort in getting the crutch to stand, easy mounting, and excellent user-friendliness, significant relief can be provided. This relief is based on solid functionality rather than flashy gadgets. And this approach sells!

Combined with effective production cost management, this invention offers substantial value. Producers can easily integrate this invention into their products (or add it later), allowing for a price increase with a good margin for minimal additional effort.

The design can be recreated from scratch with the same functionality as the KATANA within a week, including prototyping and testing. That's our experience.

We have reviewed all 238 patents currently listed for this type of invention, and none have distilled their innovative process down to the basic technical requirements needed to achieve this functionality.

So let us know if you want to start a conversation about licensing or, if suitable, purchasing the entire patent application.

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