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A hand using Hygiene Hand tool to push lift calling button

Open Doors & Push Buttons Without Touching Them

This Kickstarter couldn’t have come at a better time and that clearly shows as it was fully funded in under an hour.

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Statgear was started by an NYC Paramedic over 10 years ago and has since been focused on designing and manufacturing survival and rescue tools for government agencies and first responders. They took this ingenuity into designing and innovative everyday carry hook that is the perfect barrier to spreading germs.

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The Hygiene Hand is made from brass which is inherently antimicrobial, which helps to prevent the spread of germs. It’s also eco friendly, durable and will never oxidize. Weight at just 2 oz, the Hygiene Hand (I think they should’ve called it the Hygiene Hook, but I digress) features a flat stylus tip, finger hole, keyring loop and the ever so handy door hook.

They don’t make any medical claims that this will completely stop coronavirus but it is certainly a step in the right direction.

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Scott Purcell

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Scott Purcell is the Co-Founder of Man of Many and a CFA Charterholder. Scott graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Sydney majoring in Finance and International Business. Prior to starting Man of Many, Scott spent 7 years at Westpac Institutional Bank as a Senior Financial Analyst. Scott was named as a Finalist for Publish Leader of the Year in the Mumbrella Publish Awards for 2021, as a Finalist in the NSW Business Chamber Awards for Young Entrepreneur in 2017 and brings extensive commercial and financial expertise to the media industry. Scott specialises in technology, finance, whisky and general lifestyle content.