Lyfe Levitating Plant Pot Uses Magnetic Levitation

Posted on July 4, 2017

This planter called Lyfe uses magnetic forces to levitate. The 12-sided geodesic planter is designed to gently rotate while suspended to expose all sides of the plant to sunlight. The company behind it, Flyte, calls it a "zero-gravity growing system." It was first introduced through a Kickstarter campaign in 2016.

The Lyfe planter has an oak base. It levitates just above the surface. If the electricity is lost the planter will fall down back to its base.

The planter is designed to work best with lightweight air plants that don't require soil and can benefit from the rotation. The planter is found on Flyte.se and Amazon.com. Here's a video about the product from Flyte:

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