FLx Ergoskeleton – What’s In the Box

Hi Guys, Philip English from RoboPhil.com and today we doing an unboxing of the FLx Ergoskeleton!

Use of the StrongArm FLx, in combination with proper ergonomics training, is designed to help remind wearers to maintain proper posture, helping to ensure proper lifting technique.

The behavioral changes in workers may include conformance of proper lifting techniques, such as:

  • Pivoting instead of twisting when turning to the side
  • Positioning body closer to the load
  • Bending at the knees and lifting with legs instead of the back

Unboxing StrongArm Flx Ergoskeleton

Video Transcript

In the box, as you can see, it is nicely wrapped, if we grab this a bit here and there we have it, put that down on the floor and there we have the case and we have a little booklet over here, I will look at it in a minute. We have two things here, actually. I will look at these first, we got a little card with the instructions on, it looks like, so you guys can see that and sample if we go on the back. That’s a little card for fit instructions.

We have a little booklet which is going to go through all of the details, again, of how to set it up, which looked fairly easy to me and yes, the safety things.

So, it comes with a nice pack, let’s open this up and let’s see what we have inside and there we have our Flx device, it looks cool, waist packs or sides, and it looks strong, I’m quite impressed, actually. See, there’s the flex part that we’re talking about and there is the main bits down the bottom of your back so if the unboxing straight out-of-the-box there is your little device that you get your flex and get it with the booklets as well, straight out-of-the-box, it looks like a pretty device.

Thank, guys! If you want to see how to setup the FLx Ergoskeleton, the please check out my next blog.

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Thanks guys and I’ll see you next time!