As technology has increasingly dominated modern culture, more of our work and living spaces have become sterile, which detriments our relationship with the environment as well as our psyches. A new product called Plant-O introduces a living plant into these sterile settings and provides a unique way to get back in touch with nature. With this elegant and simply designed hydroponic planter, you can nurture a seedling into a mature plant in just a few weeks.
Plant-O was conceived and designed by Thanawat Likitprakong and Hitoshi Morikawa. Although these young designers were not trying to create a revolutionary new product, Plant-O has surpassed their expectations and captured the imagination of many people who recognize the considerable toll that dry and sterile settings have had on modern life. The small, easy-to-use Plant-O product is an appealing way to re-infuse life into an office or home, while adding a green accent and a fun topic for conversation.
Plant-O was carefully engineered to require minimal setup and maintenance. Composed of a few plastic components, a seed sponge and a water pump, Plant-O only requires a few simple steps to operate. Once you’ve put water into the geodesic shaped planter with nutrients, embedded the seed in the sponge and turned on the pump, you can begin enjoying your portable, mini-garden from your office desk or living room sofa.
This delightful product is sure to be a runaway commercial success, but it needs your financial support to enter mass production. Thanawat and Hitoshi have sponsored a Kickstarter campaign to raise the $25,000 necessary to produce and distribute Plant-O, and are inviting you to be a part of this important project. In return for your generous support, you can receive valuable perks like mention in the product manual, Early Bird Plant-O at a discount, or signed Thank You notes from the founders. To learn more about Plant-O or to reserve yours, please visit http://kck.st/1IL7iiN.
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Company Name: Plant-O – Grow a little plant on your desk
Contact Person: Thanawat Likitprakong
Country: United States