Human Hoist is for mechanics

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Are you an experienced mechanic?

You've been at this for years, you've had all the training, you've got all the tools, but now your knees and hips are telling you that you've been overdoing it.  Human Hoist can help relieve the aches and pains without resorting to over-the-counter painkillers or mind-numbing opiates.

Are you a new technician fresh out of school?

You've got your certifications and are ready to make some money.  You've got that shiny new toolbox to protect your tools, but what are you doing to protect your knees and hips?  Next time you're at the parts counter, ask the experienced (older) guys who've been doing this for a while how they feel physically... chances are they're feeling the years (read above).


A Human Hoist Power Shop Chair is the ultimate tool - it protects your body from both acute and cumulative trauma, and will allow you to live your active lifestyle throughout your career.

But it looks expensive, how can I afford it?

You might not feel it right now, but every time you lay on a cold floor or have to get up from a creeper, it wears on you, even if only a minute amount.  Now do that 10 or 20 times a day.  5 or 6 days a week.  50 weeks a year.  You could be climbing up off the floor over 150,000 times in your career.


Now imagine you have a helper who helps you up off the floor every time you have to get up.  Would you buy him lunch every day?  Maybe just give him a buck every time he helps you up?  And picks up your tools?


If you have the energy to turn in one extra job a week, you can make a payment on your Human Hoist. Do the math.  It doesn't take long to figure out that owning a Human Hoist is not a cost, it's an investment, and it can save your body for the things that are important.  And because Human Hoist is so well built, it will maintain it's value throughout your career.  You might even make money on it.