Description:Our company is looking to develop a unique Indoor Water Fountain
1. We are looking to develop a unique Indoor Water Fountain.
2. We plan to sell it on Amazon.com, therefore, the design is to be unique and distinct from other competitors on the platform.
3. In addition to a stream of water, we wish for that fountain to have a place for candles or incense, so this can be a two-in-one kind of product.
4. Water fountains such as this should be used indoor, and they should be creating a wonderful environment in the house. A meditative, calm, and relaxed sense of feeling by letting it run in the background.
Item Dimensions L x W x H: Up to 9 x 9 x 11 inches
Item Weight: Up to 3 Pounds
For your reference:
• Top 100 sellers of Indoor Water Fountains in Amazon: www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers/home-garden/3735981/ref=zg_b_bs_3735981_1
• A reference to a unique and distinct design that combines both indoor fountain as well as candles/light: www.amazon.com/Alpine-Corporation-Pouring-Tabletop-Fountain/dp/B002YKMPQ6/ref=zg_bs_3735981_2
Wants:- Uniqueness of design.
- Design being different from competitors.
- Place for candles or incense.
Don't Wants:- Designs/renders similar to the competitors on Amazon.
- A model that would break easily.
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