Who invented the life preserver?

Answer Pete Markus invented the life preserver and patented it in 1928, according to the New York Times. He also patented two improvements in 1930 and 1931. His life preserver helped saved the lives of 98... Read More »

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What do Brits call a life preserver?

When referring to life rings or life jackets, American and British speakers use "life preserver" identically (although Brits also employ more colorful terms such as "doughnut" and "Kisby ring" for ... Read More »

How to Make an Ice Preserver?

Has your ice melted really fast? did you wish that you could preserve your ice for more than three hours? Well than, the ultimate ice preserver is the right choice for you!

Who invented Life Savers?

Life Savers were invented by Clarence Crane in 1912. Before the five-flavor roll pack in 1935, Life Savers only sold Pep-O-Mint and Wint-O-Green flavored mints. Crane gave these mints a unique look... Read More »

Who invented the life raft?

Maria Beaseley invented the life raft in 1882. Since then, these vessels have become an essential safety tool for sailing. Life rafts are also mandatory on cruise liners and commercial ships.Refere... Read More »