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Parkis Bike Lift

Parking a bike should be simple, quick and effortless. PARKIS is a simple and smart space saving solution for bicycles, it is automatized to enable you to park your bike vertically without requiring any physical effort. It is completely mechanical and magically lifts your bike automatically saving up to 40% space, simply enter the bike and the lift will automatically move your bike to the vertical. Requiring no electricity, the Parkis Bike Lift is eco-friendly and keeps your floors and areas of your home, garage, balcony, or apartment clear. watch the video below



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SH HOUSE | BY BAKSVANWENGERDEN ARCHITECTS

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