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Inventor Develops Device to Locate
Lost Keys...Remote Controls ...Anything...Anytime...Anywhere!
would we do without the electric light? The telephone? The
personal computer? It's hard to imagine our world without
these marvels of everyday life. It's even tougher to envision
(let alone make) America's next can't live-without technology.
But Inventor Craig Nabat thinks he's done just that. And
countless people agree.
is the 36-year-old entrepreneur who's spent over 8 years developing
"FINDIT®" - a tiny device that helps people
locate items they tend to lose most. Items like car keys,
cordless phones, purses, electronic organizers, eyeglass cases,
and those always-elusive TV remote control units!
lose things every day of our lives", says Craig. "It is almost
embarrassing how often I misplace my things. That was really
my inspiration for inventing FINDIT®. I wanted to solve my
own problem, and then I started thinking. Hey, everybody has
this problem...Why not develop a gadget that gets rid of the
problem. Wow, I thought...There's an idea!"
2000 Jon Muresan
amazing FINDIT® device is the size of a domino tile, and
attaches to any commonly lost household item via a key ring
or adhesive strip. When you clap in a specific three-clap
pattern, FINDIT® will respond by beeping so you can locate
your lost article. FINDIT® works from as far as 20 feet
this simple, ingenious premise took years of research and
almost $800,000 of investments. Like Edison and other inventors,
Craig went "back to the drawing board" time and
time again, always certain his idea would become a practical,
working device to improve people's lives.
upcoming interviews Craig will reveal:
he developed a network of the brightest engineers, manufacturers,
producers, graphic designers, web site designers and photographers
to make his vision a reality.
he risked everything -- his education, career, family savings,
social life, even his state of mind -- as he was driven
to make FINDIT® work.
he struggled with engineering and manufacturing nightmares,
one after another.
he finally found other visionaries, including experts in
missile guidance systems, to design and manufacture his
engineers have created computer circuitry and discriminating
sensors which signal only when it "hears" the
distinctive three clap pattern.
the FINDIT® phenomenon exploded, using ingenious marketing
strategies to introduce his brain-child worldwide via an
award-winning infomerical, a joint venture marketing blitz
with major radio stations, the Internet, mail order catalogs,
print ads, and the QVC network. FINDIT® was also showcased
by Readers Digest as one of their choices for the coolest
1999 holiday gift item.
the FINDIT®'s advanced circuitry make it the elite
of its class.
his company Ambitious Ideas, Inc. designed the FINDIT®
product line. 32 new helpful products which will make all
our lives a little easier. Due out in retail stores Spring
licensing concept has been developed to imprint the FINDIT®
logo on the fly of men's underwear and the inside fly of
men's and women's blue jeans. The product will be packaged
to sell FINDIT® and FINDIT® underwear together in
a gift box.. (Makes a great gift idea.)
for release in 2003, a new cutting edge line of FINDIT®
apparel (hats, t-shirts, swim wear, tank tops, and jeans).
Watch the web for early releases.
for other modern-day inventors who dream of making this
world a better place.
Nabat is certain you'll be asking yourself, "how did I live
this long without FINDIT®?"
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