How many times have people tried to hang a picture, only to realize, once the item is on the wall, that it must be moved? A new hole must be placed leaving an ugly hole or holes in the wall. Now, with the Hanging Offset, there is never a need to drill multiple holes in a wall again.
Even the most careful checker, who has performed multiple calculations, has been told that their placement is off or just needs to be moved. Now, a tiny device added to the initial screw placement allows for a hanging head to swivel and offset the initial screw placement by up to 1 inch.
No more need for multiple attempts that leave holes in the wall. No more sticky tabs that pulls the paint off of the wall. No more arguments with those who want the picture “just a little to the left.” The Hanging Offset takes the worry out of precision hanging.
Now, hang multiple pictures with ease. Simply place the Hanging Offset on the screw and move it until the item is “picture perfect.”
This extremely simple and efficient solution will be initially available in one size: classic 1/8” screw with a 1” reach. Then, after the initial success of the classic size, other screw sizes and reach lengths will be created. In addition, expansion with materials, dimensions, and medium will be researched as the line grows.
The U.S. supplier has been selected, leaving the Kickstarter campaign as the final launch before releasing the Hanging Offset to the public. Funds pledged will be to pay for the production molds of the classic launch size.
Located on the web at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/486104517/hanging-offset, pledge levels range from $8 to $10. For those who believe in this campaign and would like to make a pledge without a reward, sign up at the $10 level. However, for an $8 pledge, receive 3 pieces of the classic 1/8” screw with a 1” radial reach. For additional information and a video of the Hanging Offset in action, visit the Kickstarter page.
About the Hanging Offset:
A simple solution for a timeless problem, the Hanging Offset is a device that slips on top of an already drilled screw to allow for precise placement of a wall object.
Company Name: Kokomo Engineering
Contact Person: Andres Hernandez
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City: Yorba Linda
Country: United States