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Step 3D Recoil Kneepads Brainstorming

What time is it? How did we get here? Is everyone still alive? It's time to finally take a deep breath and take a look back at what has been going on at Recoil, because we've been so busy we've not even had time to check.


We are currently embarking on a customer understanding mission. What is this? To understand who are our customers exactly, in all their different shapes and sizes. This year has had an eventful start. We have moved into a new co-working office, been to trade shows, won some awards and fellowships and grew the team. We have been selling our kneepads consistently since we launched in June 2016, which means that we have some excellent feedback on our first version of Recoil Kneepads. 

 We've been brainstorming, analysing and finding solutions to the queries on our first product, and applying it to the development of our newest edition of Recoil Kneepads. Shout out to STEP3D for the space on the walls and the kick**s table - and of course Euans guidance and Dickons photography. 

More than anything, we value what our customers think about the product, and any issues they face we aim to solve and produce the solution in our new product. The next 3 months will include more trade shows, potentially some more awards (Vicky's just too damn good) and a new and improved Recoil Kneepad product.


Look out for updates on what we are up to and if you'd like to chat, we love to chat. It's our second favourite thing to do...first is wearing our Recoil Kneepads...obviously.

The Recoil Team loves you.

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Created on Posted by Robert

Bought these as a birthday present for my wife (who says romance is dead!), and was puzzled when I opened the box. The pad seemed far too high, and there was no flexing in my hands. So I tried them on and knelt down. Wow! The height removes strain on my ankles – my lower leg is horizontal. The weight of my body is perfectly absorbed with the most comfortable support ever. Far better than kneeling on a cushion. The only problem is telling my wife we will be sharing her present!

These will open up a whole new set of possible tasks – between us we have rheumatoid arthritis, osteo arthritis, and ankolysing spondylitis.

My message to all young people is “don’t wait till you have damaged your body – protect your knees now. You can’t grow a new knee.”

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