Getting the word out about the Flat Funnel

September 10, 2015 Eric Woodlock

Welcome! Thanks for visiting. We are in the process of launching a new, patent-pending, product designed for saving space in your kitchen, car, garage, toolbox, or wherever you may use a funnel. And Yes, we will go on Shark Tank, but right now we are in the pre-sales stage.

A funnel takes up so much space. What can you do? Well, now the flat funnel is here and can easily fit in your pocket. 

Due to being a funnel, it can funnel. Gas in a tank or bulk foods into smaller containers. With volume marks on the walls, the funnel can be used as a measuring cup for volumes between 1/4 cup and 2 cups. Metric volumes too.

Due to the living hinges down the walls and the walls being flexible, the funnel can fold flat.

Due to its flatness skills and being durable, use it as a small cutting board for things like a lemon or garlic.

Due to its flexibility, close it and bend it to scrape out a bowl or food off a cutting board. Carry it in your car and use it like a squeegee to get the morning dew off your windows. Being flexible and durable, it can be used to scrape snow and ice off your windshield. Yes, it is that tough.

Currently we are establishing a customer base. We will use this information to run a crowdfunding campaign, as well as secure a bank loan - if needed. Sign up for the newsletter and we will contact you with product updates.

Current status - We have overcome some production concerns, patent issues, and prototype problems. After a dozen prototypes, our final design has been sent to manufacturers for cost estimates. We are acquiring additional injection mold tooling quotes. 


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Thanks for you help, it is much appreciated.

1 comment

  • Cathy Storey

    Apr 14, 2016

    Brice – nice to see you at the movie! I tried to sign up for newsletter but got an error. Great product – let me know how I can get one!
    —Cathy Storey

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