InventHelp Inventor Develops New Float and Anchoring System (PBT-4043)

PITTSBURGH, June 25, 2024 ~ Phoenix inventor creates new float and anchoring system to enhance safety and convenience for swimmers.

An inventor from Phoenix, Arizona has recently unveiled a new invention that aims to improve the safety and convenience of swimming in pools, lakes, and other bodies of water. The HOLD - A - FLOAT, as it is called, is a patent-pending float and anchoring system designed to keep swimmers stationary while floating on a raft.

The idea for the HOLD - A - FLOAT came to the inventor when he noticed the lack of a simple and effective way to prevent swimmers from drifting while relaxing on a raft. "I wanted to create something that would make it easier for people to enjoy their time in the water without having to constantly swim or paddle back to their desired spot," he explained.

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The compact and lightweight design of the HOLD - A - FLOAT makes it easy for recreational swimmers, beachgoers, and others to use. It eliminates the need for constant movement in order to stay in one place, thus increasing safety and convenience.

A prototype model of the invention is currently available upon request. The original design was submitted to InventHelp's Phoenix sales office and is now available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers.

For more information about this innovative invention, interested parties can contact InventHelp at Dept. 22-PBT-4043, 100 Beecham Drive Suite 110 Pittsburgh, PA 15205-9801 or call (412) 288-1300 ext. 1368. More details about InventHelp's Invention Submission Services can also be found at
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