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Patented Posture Backpack Coming Soon
Famous Posture Pal cushion inventor is bringing his posture backpack to market with his new company, H.C. Pax.
By: H.C. Pax
A third posture patented product coming to market. This time, it is a backpack. Famous Posture Pal inventor, Chris Geisert, received a patent for his backpack strap system at the height of his career.
The factory is working on the final samples of the H.C. Pax backpack that helps posture with a slight delay due to Covid. It allows an individual to decide where on the body to place the weight in the backpack, helping to relieve stress. It also allows a person to stand in correct posture easier.
"I had my backpack all ready to go to market a few years ago so remaking the samples was pretty easy this time around. The time off also allowed me to look at newer backpack designs as well. I see the industry hasn't changed much," states Chris Geisert.
A logo animation is also being made to help show the advantages of the patented posture backpack as well. All the artwork has been given to the designer and should be up in a few weeks.
The first backpacks will probably come in grey with a black logo. It is possible that there will be two versions of the logo on the first batch. One with just the name H.C. Pax and the other with the heart logo which was the inspiration from Haven's drawings when she was a toddler. H.C. Pax is a father, daughter company.
The price of H.C. Pax hasn't been determined yet but the company is shooting for a price around $60. "We are trying to keep prices down and shipping costs will play a role in the final prices," states Geisert. H.C. Pax is a high value product due to its patented nature and high health benefits.
The H.C. Pax backpack will also have more volume to store things than normal backpacks due to how the straps need to rest on the body. It won't be as bulky as a camping or hiking backpack.
Previously, the Posture Pal cushion was sold online and thru chiropractors for easy access to patients. For the H.C. Pax posture backpack, the company will try to strictly sell online for better value to the customer.
Once the factory is operational again due to Covid shutdowns, a sample will be produced and photos will be taken for a more visual advertising campaign.
To learn more about this great posture patented backpack, visit the company website