Ralf Dümmel: The “Die Höhle der Löwen” investor says goodbye to a founder. (Source: IMAGO / Olaf Malzahn)
Karlheinz Voll inspired Vox viewers and investor Ralf Dümmel with his invention. Now the TV star is announcing the death of the hobbyist.
“I gave wings to a level”, posed Master bricklayer and civil engineer Karlheinz Voll presented his invention on the Vox show “Die Höhle der Löwen” in April last year. With FLÜWA, a classic spirit level with an additional integrated joint, he wanted to revolutionize the DIY market – and secured a deal with Ralf Dümmel.
The entrepreneur took Karlheinz Voll under his wing and soon his invention was sold out in many hardware stores. A great success for the hobby inventor, who raved about working with Ralf Dümmel. Now the “Lion’s Cave” star announces sad news on his Instagram account: “It hurts a lot that the founder of FLÜWA, dear Karlheinz, unfortunately passed away,” writes Ralf Dümmel on a joint photo.
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