What a couple of months it’s been. Production, shipped units, installations, magazine articles.
FedEx grant contest
Could I ask you for a favour? It’s just a small favour but it could help us out immensely. Do you have a minute to spare? FedEx is having a contest for a small business grant. We applied for the grant, but to improve our chances of winning we need votes. The link to vote … Read More
The next RazerLift field unit
I have found that starting a business is mostly just day-to-day progress; it’s a whole lot of little steps. Sometimes it is difficult to remember how much progress you’ve made because each day is only infinitesimally further along than the day before. But every once in a while a series of events converge that provides … Read More
The first Beta production unit is nearly ready
As the video below shows, the first Beta production unit is nearly ready for field testing, on an actual customer vehicle no less! These are very exciting times for us at Buller Engineered Products.
So close you can almost smell it
The RazerLift journey has been long and winding, with many unexpected bumps in the road, but I am extremely thrilled to say we are so close to launching the product it hurts. Customers and upfitters have begun ordering Beta prototypes to be tested over the next few months. Once the product has been proven; game … Read More
What’s the impact on fuel economy?
One question I get asked a lot is the impact of the RazerLift on the fuel economy of the vehicle. A recent study claims that roof racks can add an astonishing 25% to your fuel consumption, even if they don’t have any cargo on them at all. Naturally, many people are curious about how well … Read More
American patent granted!
The American patent for the RazerLift has been granted. It is patent number 9,290,130 for those who are interested. Once again our utility patent passed with relative ease; no other prior art was close enough to our claims to be considered problematic.