Description:I want cool, interesting designs of a holder for baby wipes. Moms hold wet wipes in holders because it's easier to handle & pull wipes from. It will be easiest to simply look at the photos. But, this is a container for people to put wet wipes in for their baby.
I attached photos of competitors. This is just for reference, there is no need to copy them. This is JUST of competitors.
Wants:I want interesting aesthetics. Don't worry as much about the mechanical design. I just want some interesting ideas to stimulate my creative juices.
Don't Wants:Please don't just copy the existing competitors.
- Don't care
Additional InformationI want CRAZY IDEAS. Things that probably won’t work, but are interesting aesthetically. Do not worry about feasibility at all. Just WILD & CRAZY ideas.
The money will go to the designer giving the wildest, most interesting idea.
Pictures of baby wipes are here:
They are NOT in a roll, they are bought in stacks.
Please do crazy, off the wall designs. Just something different & weird.
#10 Wipe holder - concept v2,v3 by Milivoja
#30 Wet Wipes Holder by Gayu Falah
- Luxion KeyShot — wipes holder - yellow blue
- Luxion KeyShot — wipes holder - yellow orange
- Luxion KeyShot — wipes holder - yellow tosca
- Luxion KeyShot — Sliding out the suction cup
- Luxion KeyShot — Removing the wipes holder small from its case
- Luxion KeyShot — a hook underneath the case
- Luxion KeyShot — wipes holder opened
- Luxion KeyShot — wipes holder opened 2
- SolidWorks — wipes holder 1
- SolidWorks — wipes holder 2
- SolidWorks — wipes holder with additional case
Consists of two main parts, the wipes holder itself (the small one) and an additional support box. this additional part can be a place for wipes holder placed on the table or hung on the wall, and when you want to travel, you can simply take off the wipes holder to carry with you. The wipes holder has a suction cup hidden beneath it, so when you need it, simply by sliding out the suction cup and putting it back on the other side. this feature can help to put wipes holder on the wall, porcelain, mirror and others so that the wipes holder does not fall off when used in public places.
#32 Cute tiger and panda design baby wet wipes by Kaloyan Dimov
- 3ds Max (3D Studio Max) — wet wipe holder
- 3ds Max (3D Studio Max) — panda closed
- 3ds Max (3D Studio Max) — panda closed2
- 3ds Max (3D Studio Max) — panda open
- 3ds Max (3D Studio Max) — panda open2
- 3ds Max (3D Studio Max) — tiger closed
- 3ds Max (3D Studio Max) — tiger closed2
- 3ds Max (3D Studio Max) — tiger open
- 3ds Max (3D Studio Max) — tiger open2
#38 R-Wipes Holder by Remus
#14 EZWipes by Dara Azar
It looks very simple because it is very simple but very convenient. Instead of upward force to pull the wipes out (that usually requires a second hand to hold the box down, this design enables user to pull down (using a downward force) wipes, easily, with only two fingers. Wipes can be loaded from one of the sides of the box. The odd shape of the product might help with marketing purposes and arouse curiosity in new moms to ask "what is that?" as soon as they see it somewhere.
#17 Whipe Holder by edward m barnes
#18 Whipe Holder 2 by edward m barnes
#21 Wipes Holder 1 by Mecanikad
- SolidWorks 2017 — Wip Holder 2.844
- SolidWorks — Wip Holder 2.839
- SolidWorks — Wip Holder 2.840
- SolidWorks — Wip Holder 2.841
- SolidWorks — Wip Holder 2.842
- SolidWorks — Wip Holder 2.843
- SolidWorks — Wip Holder 2.844
- SolidWorks — Wip Holder 2.845
- SolidWorks — Wip Holder 2.846
- SolidWorks — Wip Holder 2.847
#23 baby_wipes_holder_concept_1.stp,baby_wipes_holder_concept_2.stp by Karthikeyan Arumugam
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