It's pretty easy to understand...good video. His Italian has a nice cadence, not rushed or muddied in pronunciation.
If I have some time this weekend, I'll do a more thorough translation, but here are a few items summarized below. Well designed and thought out...benefits of being strong, safe, small and easy to roll around.
Some key points I grabbed on the first listen thru:
Lift is designed with heavy duty wheels, each with a capacity of 100 kilos if I heard correctly, but is designed to carry the full weight of the bike on 3 wheels (per manufacturing requirements) just in case in any circumstance one wheel is slightly elevated. Lift is foldable in design, and works for both GRiSO and Breva. Design is built to be operated by 1 person with complete safety.
Once the lift is inserted under the bike, and the shaft ( asta) is removed, the lift on the RHS is adjustable side to side depending on the bike, seat height, foot pegs etc.
Once the metal shaft has been inserted, grab the handle and with a simple movement and minimal effort, you can lift the bike.
Designed to lift from the body rather than the sump to avoid putting pressure on the sump in an uneven fashion which could compress the gaskets unevenly, and prevents access to working on the engine if lifted by the sump.
In the event that you forget to put the side stand down, the weight of the entire motorcycle is still carried by the lift as a safety feature without having the bike fall over.
The front wheel chock is designed to be "short in length" and not stick out much from the front wheel once installed, as demonstrated with a light pressure on the two handles, as you can see in the video it doesn't take much effort to lift the front wheel.
With both lifts installed, the bike can be wheeled around easily.
Will listen again and get some more details...looks like a nice piece of kit.