Left Field Design

Full-Circle Product Development:

  • Iterative Design
  • MCAD Modeling & Prototyping
  • Manufacturing
  • Patent Preparation 
  • Business Development

What People Are Saying:
                  "The Perfect Wallet. Simple. Efficient. Smart."
"A clever solution for the messy home mechanic. We found Finish Line's claims for No Drip to be true."
"New bikes and components are great, but sometimes it's the little things that are the most interesting, especially when you wish that you had thought of it yourself. This is the case with Left Field Design's No-Drip Chain Luber, a clever little unit that could be one of the more practical items at the show."
"What you never thought you needed, straight out of Left Field"
"It’s a lube container that makes the regular task of lubing the chain easier, neater and with less waste."
"Many of us hate this one small bike maintenance step as it is time consuming and messy, not to mention possibly dangerous if you spill lube on your tire rims. Enter local Bay Area designer Richard Singer who created a brilliant little device that makes it quick and easy to lube your chain, mess free."



LFD Licenses No-Drip Chain Luber to Finish Line


MENLO PARK, CA, January 23, 2013 - Left Field Design, LLC announced that it has entered into an exclusive licensing agreement with Finish Line Technologies, Inc. to manufacture, sell and distribute the No-Drip Chain Luber (NDCL) as a Finish Line branded product. 

The Agreement benefits the licensee, licensor and the consumer. Finish Line will have the best bike-chain lubricator out there to apply their fine lubricants, including White Lightening.  (The NDCL will be sold without lubricant, so it can be used with any low-viscosity bike lubricant.)  Left Field Design will have a premier manufacturing partner, with world-wide distribution channels and a reputation for quality.  And the consumer can rest assured that the No-Drip Chain Luber comes from a world-class bike-care products company.

Left Field Design will oversee manufacturing of the first ten-thousand Applicator/cap/pad assemblies, then ship the bottles and cap assemblies to Finish Line, where they will package and label the NDCL under a Finish Line brand name. Pre-orders will be fulfilled from some of the first units off Finish Line’s production line. The two companies expect to ship the first production-run in March.  Subsequent NDCL production will be exclusively from Finish Line.