Dropracks temporarily brings the rack down to your level.
To use Dropracks, you start by pressing two buttons (one at either end) to unlock the rack from the base. You then grasp the rack and pull it out horizontally.
Once it's all the way out, you unfold a crank arm from its side, and start cranking.
Doing so causes the whole rack to initially tilt diagonally towards you, after which the carrier section
of the rack slides down relative to the rest, and levels out to sit parallel to the ground.
Once you've loaded your bike, boat, skis, cargo box or whatever else onto the rack (using third-party
T-bolt-style mounting accessories), you just reverse the procedure to get the load back up on top of
the car and automatically locked in place with a solid “click”.
When lifrting, the crank arm has two settings and can be set to support light loads, or more
momentum for heavy loads.
To ensure end user safety, the system has integrated a continuously self locking clutch brake,
ensuring the product to stop moving at any position, unless the user gives any input.
Dropracks is available in two models, the Sport and the XL. The Sport has a load width of 130 cm
and a load rated capacity of 75 kg, while the XL features a load width of 150 cm and a weight
capacity of 80 kg. Both are constructed primarily of black anodized aluminum.