Float360° is an all new patent pending floating desktop object that literally floats into the air without any support and defies the laws of gravity for a naked eye. For those who wish to decorate their desk or shelf while giving it a magical look can get this amazing object now through Kickstarter as the inventor of this project launches a crowdfunding campaign on the platform. Float360° is invented by Pascal, a young Italian inventor who is now seeking generous support for this most amazing floating object ever.
From six different colors (Raspberry, Sun, winter, Sea, Trunk and Kiwi) to three different styles of floating objects (cylinder, cube and globe), this amazing creation is offered with a wide range of options. The cylinder and the cube are customizable with images of all the major cities in the world that includes pictures from more than 100 cities. For offices, study tables, bookshelves and other places of showcasing and display, this object can catch the attention of everyone like no other piece of decoration and that is the beauty about it.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at:
www.kickstarter.com/projects/682533390/float360-a-new-floating-desk-object and it offers several amazing pledges ranging from €1 to €85 or more with rewards that range from gratitude to five units of Float360. For anyone who wants to get this amazing invention for their desk, this crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter offers a great opportunity to do so.
Float360° is a decorative object that has been invented by an Italian innovator, Pascal. The object literally floats into the air making it appear as something that cannot be controlled by the laws of gravity. For offices and homes, this can be an amazing tool to improve focus while working and a catchy decoration piece for display. Pascal is now seeking generous support on Kickstarter for this project and backers will be able to get their units of Float360° on special discounts.
Company Name: Vorxon
Contact Person: Pasquale Trubia
Address:Via Costa 18
City: Sant'angelo Lodigiano