Inflatable Golf Swing Training Aid


Golf is one of the hardest sports to play. There are so many elements to golf that some people play for years before being able to play a good round. It is a game that can be play for a lifetime, so there is a huge market for golf-related products. A new inflatable swing training aid has been developed to help work on several aspects of your swing.

The SwingWing is an inflatable golf swing aid that improves on both your rhythm and timing of your swing using wind resistance. After 30 days of using the inflatable product, just five to 10 minutes a day, you can see drastic improvements on the distance you can hit the golf ball. The SwingWing takes only a few seconds to inflate and is then slid down the shaft of the club down to the head.Inflatable Gofl Aid

The SwingWing is shaped like a fan, and its design allows for wing to slow your swing to keep a better rhythm. By using air resistance, it is almost impossible to swing your club too fast on either the backswing or downswing. By working on your rhythm, you will have a smoother and more effective swing.

It works not only as a great swing trainer but as a tool for warming up, too. Before you tee off on the first hole, take about 10 practice swings with the SwingWing and you will be warmed up and ready to play. Practice with any club and you will find that your swing is smoother and your hits will go farther.

The inflatable swing aid can be used by anyone of any age or sex. It is easy to use, effective, and affordable. SwingWing golf is a small company that offers a small product, but it can make a huge impact on your golf game. For only $29.99, you will get a swing training aid that will help you better your swing forever.

Inflatable Car Cover Protects Vehicles from the Elements

Inflatable Car Cover

Inflatable Cover






Not all homes have garages built onto them, and many people have to leave their vehicles outside, where they are vulnerable to harsh weather. The elements of the outdoors can victimize unprotected vehicles with wind, rain, snow, hail, and sunlight. One man has invented an alternative to brick and mortar garages that can creatively protect your vehicle from whatever Mother Nature throws at it.

The cleverly designed inflatable car cover is called the Hail Protector. It works by inflating up Inflatableto create a layer of air between the vehicle and the outside of the cover. According to the manufacturer, the Hail Protector will protect your prized possession from hailstones up to the size of softballs.

There is definitely a market for this product. It is estimated that the average claim for hail-related damage is over $3,000. In 2011 alone, nearly $800 million in hail-related claims were paid out. Hail, snow, wind, and other outdoor elements can wreak havoc on an unprotected vehicle. The sun’s ultraviolet rays alone can cause a vehicle’s paint to fade, crack, and peel. Over exposure to rain and snow can cause rust and water damage to electrical systems and a vehicle’s interior. By using this inflatable product, you can avoid these damaging elements.

The device is portable and runs on batteries, AC power, or a lighter socket. It easily fits into a carry bag that can fit in the trunk of your vehicle, so you can protect it wherever you are. The Hail Protector also comes with an app for your smartphone that will send you a warning when local weather services detect a possible approaching hailstorm.

Inflatable Toboggans give Rides on Unique Roller Coaster

Splash Country

A water park in Tennessee is setting up a new roller coaster-like attraction that is sure to be a hit. The water coaster will be the first of its kind in Tennessee and carries a price tag of $6 million! Set to open up this summer, the RiverRush coaster will be unlike any other ride people in the area have ever seen.

Dollywood’s Splash Country is the water park that is bringing in the unique water coaster for its patronInflatables. The adrenaline-pumping ride is made to give families a one of a kind adventure together. The ride combines both a water slide and roller coaster to create the thrilling experience. Riders hop into inflatable toboggan-like rafts, and there are ups and downs just like a roller coaster but with water. The hydromagnetic coaster uses gravity and linear induction motors, essentially a series of magnets, to propel the 10 foot long, four person inflatable rafts along the high speed conveyor.

The water coaster can run seven of the inflatable rafts at once and is controlled by computers underground. The ride is very smooth and exciting, so riders will never know that they are going over magnets and wires. The raft moves at about 15 feet per second during the ride and the whole trip lasts a lengthy minute and twenty seconds!

The RiverRush ride is manufactured by ProSlide Technology and is the company’s fourth-largest water coaster built to date. The ride is very original because they did a great job incorporating the surrounding terrain. Splash Country had an acre of land to add a new attraction, and they hit it out of the park with the RiverRush.

Inflatable Colon Help Teach People about Cancer Awareness

Inflatable Colon

Many people put off life-saving colonoscopies because of the intrusive nature of the procedure. Colorectal cancer is one of two cancers that can be prevented through screening, making it important to be checked. The Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Oakland is taking it to the extreme to get peoples’ attention about this subject.

Much like an inflatable obstacle course or playhouse, the Beaumont Hospital has a giant inflatable coCustom Inflatable lon on display. The display is to raise awareness in March, the month designated as National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.

The inflatable colon is in the south tower lobby of the hospital. Visitors can take a tour inside of the 10-foot high, 20-foot long colon to see all the places where tumors, called polyps, can hide and develop into cancer. The hope is that the larger than life display will educate people on the importance of being screened for colorectal cancer. The eye-catching display is definitely an original way to get the point across. Dr. Harry Wasvary of Beaumont Hospital had this to say about the custom inflatable display;

“We hope this display not only educates, but encourages those over 50 years of age to be screened regularly for colorectal cancer.”

Beaumont officials are inviting curious residents and even community groups to check out the display and then get themselves or encourage friends and family to get screened. Among cancers that affect both men and women, colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. This type of cancer is often asymptomatic, meaning there are no noticeable symptoms, make it that much more important to be screened regularly. it is estimated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that more than 140,000 Americans are diagnosed with colorectal cancer every, and more than 50,000 of them die.