New painkiller - ETT - active heated headset

by Dan Alex in Kettering, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom

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secure the patent pending application, complete the proof of concept prototype, establish brand and online presence.

by Dan Alex in Kettering, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom

I am reaching out to seek your support for a groundbreaking project that has both personal roots and the potential to significantly impact public health. I have developed the ETT (Actively Heated Headphones), a device designed to deliver targeted heat therapy through the inner ear canal, effectively treating various ear, nose, and throat ailments.

The inspiration for ETT came from my own struggles with sensitive ears and recurrent ear infections during childhood, for which my grandmother used traditional heat remedies. This personal experience, combined with a lack of existing heated earbuds in the market, drove me to design the first prototype of ETT. This device not only alleviates pain and infection but also softens earwax for easy removal, relaxes facial and throat muscles, and clears sinuses and inflammation.

To bring this innovative product to market, I am initiating a campaign to fund the first round of equity funding. The funds raised will be allocated towards promotional content, enhancing our online presence, covering various fees, and developing technical schematics and a proof of concept prototype. These steps are crucial for presenting ETT to potential investors and securing the necessary capital to begin development.

Your support could play a pivotal role in transforming this concept into a reality, paving the way for a product that promises to improve quality of life through innovative health solutions. I am eager to discuss this opportunity with you further and explore potential avenues for your involvement in making ETT a success.

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