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Doga™

For your life's great adventures

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CarePal

Helping Alzheimer's Patients & Caregivers

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Plock

Reliable Pill Bottle Lock

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SipSmart

Proactive "Roofie" Test

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Doga™

We at Hunter Creative Labs are endlessly intrigued by the idea of re-inventing the things people use every day. In 2014, our team considered a simple question that ultimately launched a great adventure: What if we made the perfect towel? Over the months that followed, we studied towel weaves under microscopes, analyzed their blends for strength, softness, and safety, and researched different design styles throughout history. We then created the first Doga™, and soon after the second, and again a third! Each of our nine iterations brought us closer to the towel we could proudly bring to market.


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Doga™ is the finest towel I have ever woven. It is the Everest of towels.

Denizli Weaver-Turkey

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CarePal

It is estimated that by 2025 there will be at least 7.1 million people with progressive Alzheimer's Disease over the age of 65, and 21.3 million caregivers. The scope of this problem demands revolutionary tools to help people effected by Alzheimer's manage their daily lives.

The development of CarePal began in response to the needs voiced by caregivers and people with the disease, at the Alzheimer's Association Hackathon in July, 2015. As care demands increase with the progression of the disease, CarePal will help in maintaining healthy communication, and routine management.


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Plock

Plock™ is a reusable, tamper-resistant pill bottle cap that secures prescription medication. It fits standard prescription pill bottles and can only be opened by turning the gears to their unique combination. Plock™ is easy to operate, but provides added security to keep dangerous medications out of the wrong hands.


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SipSmart

According to the 2007 CSA Study, approximately 20% of women will experience completed or attempted sexual assault by the time they finish their senior year of studies. Equally disturbing, approximately 5% of enrolled women report being given drugs against their knowledge or will. Various surveys by news organizations around the world indicate figures of 1-in-10 to 1-in-3 drinks served being adulterated with illicit substances without the individual’s knowledge.

This escalating crisis is a call to action, and the response is SipSmart.


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