Yeah, sounds weird. But the proof is in the product.
Let's jump back in time to the beginning.
Proof Razor started out as a passion project for David Ellig, a razor that he personally wanted to make, own and use. David figured he'd live a long and happy life only ever producing a handful of these things.
the thing is...
The way David prototyped it is just as interesting as the innovative design. David has spent the past few years helping develop an automated robotic CNC manufacturing cell. In layman's terms, this machine helps small businesses rapidly prototype and produce machined parts, even at small batch quantities. It's so fast to try stuff out that David made the parts effectively production ready off the bat.
David made a couple for some friends, and one of those friends is Andy Auble, who figured the world could use more than just a couple of these things.
We can go on and on here about how the product is innovative and special, and IT IS, but this is the about page, not the product page. If you want the sales pitch on the product, here's the LINK.
We want to use this platform to show that it's possible for two guys in a garage in the middle of nowhere Montana to make a globally relevant product. Manufactured using cutting edge robotic automation thats designed to make it possible for more people to see the potential for the future and start their own businesses.
This manufacturing process allows us to make a product that is tailored for the end user rather than make more one-size-fits-all, wasteful plastic junk that is all too prevalent in this world. But none of this matters if customers can't afford the experience, so we have to offer it at a price normal people can afford.
Let's make more stuff you can be proud to own, and work on building even more businesses built on these values. If you want to learn more about this manufacturing process and see how you can get involved, check out this video below.