PITTSBURGH (PRWEB) December 13, 2017
An inventor and tattoo artist from Fort Worth, Texas, knows the inconveniences and dangers of his craft. "While I’m tattooing, I have to constantly switch from one machine to another to use different needles, so I have to unclip and clip the cord over and over again," he said. "This raises the risk of cross-contamination due to the difficulty of keeping the cord sanitary, even if it’s covered in plastic." In order to solve this common problem for tattoo artists like himself, the inventor came up with the idea for the CLIP CONTROLLER.
This invention streamlines the tattooing process by eliminating the hassles normally associated with needle changes. It prevents having to change the power cord from machine to machine, which minimizes the risk of cross-contamination. As a result, it helps avoid the spread of diseases.
Ergonomic, versatile and easy to use, the CLIP CONTROLLER not only saves time and effort, but it promotes efficiency and peace of mind.
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