The Chain Monkey invention which is claimed to extend motorbike chain life has received the British Dragon’s Den competitors and is now eager to develop in Australia.
Chain Monkey, made by Tru-Stress, is presently offered and distributed by Andy Strapz.
Nevertheless managing director Chris Frappell from Bristol says he’s eager to use the promotional potential of profitable the English equal of the Australian Shark Tank TV present.
“We’re additionally in search of different potential distributors in Australia,” he says.
“We wish to convey the entire model, together with all of our cleansing and lubricating merchandise to the Australian market, particularly after seeing a lot success within the UK, European and US market.
Chris walked away from the Dragons’ Den with £75okay of funding from retail guru Touker Suleyman.
The 26-year-old inventor graduated from Coventry College with a firstclass honours diploma in motorsport engineering in 2013 and based Tru-Stress in 2015.
The corporate makes quite a lot of motorbike merchandise.
But it surely was the Chain Monkey that extends the lifetime of bikes by clamping the chains that received his Dragon’s Den approval.
The Chain Monkey is designed to permit the quantity of slack in a motorbike’s drive chain to be exactly set in line with the producer’s advice.
“The whole lot has occurred so shortly since securing funding from Touker,” Chris says.
“It’s been a pleasure to work with him and his skilled workforce who’ve added a lot worth in such little time.”
He says there shall be “many new merchandise now on the horizon a lot before we might have hoped”.
Tru-Stress produce a variety of merchandise for all types of motorcyclists, from instruments and cleansing merchandise for commuters and journey bike riders, to lubricants and equipment for prime efficiency racing.