Saturday, August 7, 2010

Mobilegs featured on the 'Style of Design'

Mobilegs appears in the website featuring the best in new design--see link for 'Style of Design'.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

mobi's first product mobiLegs in Global Design Report

mobilegs was featured in United Kingdoms GDR (Global Design Report).

Enabling Design's 'Moving with Mobi',featured Mobilegs in an issue devoted to 55+ adults. According to the British Design Counsel, by 2020, one in every two European adults will be over 50. The article features other mobility and support items such as a surf board for paraplegics, a stylish collection of braces and supports.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Mobilegs to appear on Fox's 'So You Think You Can Dance'.

Due to a Sunday morning tip from my Fox watching friend Johnathon--found out that gifted dancer, Alex Wong was injured on Saturday's performance. I was able to make contact with the new host of 'So You Think You Can Dance' contestant Alex Wong on his Facebook page--and a PR packet sent to Fox Monday morning. He sustained an injury Saturday that requires surgery on his achilles tendon. To my surprise, he quickly replied back--we were in touch via phone and e-mail within the hour. We will be overnight shipping Alex a set of Mobilegs within the next few hours. He will be donning a pair of Mobilegs as a member of the audience and as a potential guest host of the highly watch Fox show within the next few weeks. Great PR for Mobi as we launch our first product.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Bryan Levine | Mobilegs second end-user

During a few stolen minutes at Starbucks I spotted a young millenial crutch-user. While he waited for his latte. I asked him how long he had been on crutches, with a pained expression, he replied-'five long months'. Crutches user Bryan sustained a knee injury that required extensive surgery. During that time beyond the discomfort of the crutch use, he had to have the aluminum crutches replaced at lease three times--some due to foot replacement, some due to total structural failure. He and his companion sat down for a moment while I pulled up to show him our product. He was instantly enthralled and asked 'where can I get these!?'. I told him we were eagerly awaiting our first shipment. I know that this was a perfect opportunity to positively impact the last weeks of his experience, gain some exposure for Mobilegs and to have him blog about his experience.

He came by to pick up his set of Ultra Mobilegs this afternoon. Excitedly, he walked out into the street with a new attitude about the last month of his 'crutches story'. We know he will have a great experience. See pics of Bryan on Facebook.


Todd A. Nelson
Director of Retail Distribution, Marketing

Friday, June 4, 2010 picks up Mobilegs invention story

Gizmodo picked up our little company-that-could story yesterday afternoon. The 'Storied Chair Designer Invents a New Crutch' entry spurred some interesting banter--including one bloggers request for a flame-thower upgrade.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

MedCity News article-Fun and Balance with crutches

A great article was published in MedCity News on 5.12.10 about Jeff Weber and the creation of Mobilegs. Enjoy!

Friday, May 14, 2010

MedTrade Spring Las Vegas--a success!

MedTrade Spring in Las Vegas, one of the most attended medical trade shows in the US, proved a great start for Mobilegs out of the gate. At certain points during the first day we were so busy--people actually had to come back around. Innovative product plus great brand presence proved to resonate with attendees and exhibitors alike. Potential healthcare providers, dealers and retailers from around the globe were eager to experience just how different Mobilegs are from traditional crutches. Representatives from companies in the UK, Brazil and Canada(and others) were all engaged in the 'Mobi story'. will be certainly grow more hits this week. We are eager to respond to the plethora of inquiries inspired at MedTrade for Mobi. Thanks to all who visited us.

Friday, May 7, 2010

Mobilegs Crutches Written Up in HomeCare Magazine

An article about our revolutionary Mobilegs product was recently written up in HomeCare magazine. "Crutches have largely stayed the same over the last decade, but folks at Minneapolis-based Mobi believe it's time for the venerable walking aid to undergo a 21st century makeover..." - HomeCare Article Link