Company seeks crowdfunding support for sleep apnea device

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

BURLINGAME, Calif. – California company Lucky Knives is using Indiegogo to raise money to tool and win FDA approval for SpeakEasy, a product that it has developed to help patients talk while using CPAP devices. To use SpeakEasy, the wearer pinches two rubber buttons. “Now, it’s easy to say goodnight to your spouse, answer the phone and sneeze without having to take off the mask or reset the machine,” stated Hal Rucker, company president, in a release.