My youngest daughter has been really into decorating her room lately. For a ten year old, she has a pretty sophisticated style. She has also been trying her hand at caring for small plants like succulents and cactus and enjoys keeping them in her room. When I was introduced to Floately, I knew immediately that Parker would love the Airsai Floating Plant Pot, and who wouldn’t, really? It’s so magical!
The Airsai is a small plant pot powdered by induction technology that not only levitates it so that it’s suspended in the air, but it also makes it spin in place so that your plant gets sunlight 360 degrees!
I’ll admit that this product was a bit smaller than I expected. Even though I had the measurements, it was hard for me to visualize. It’s a tiny pot that will hold one small plant but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in coolness. I’ve never seen anything like this!
Levitating your pot takes a little practice at first. Once you get the hang of it, it’s a breeze though! Here’s how you get started:
Place the base on a flat, nonmetallic surface. Connect the AC Adapter to the power, and the other DC plug to the base.
With two hands, hold the planter above the center of the base and slowly put the planter down towards the base. When you feel resistance, adjust the planter until you feel a gentle release. Keep the planter stable for a few seconds.
Once you feel that the planter is almost balanced in mid-air (not falling down or being pushed up), slowly let go until the planter begins to rotate by itself.
If you don’t succeed, try again. It may take a few tries at first! If still unsuccessful, turn off the base and let it cool before trying again.
It only took me a few tries to get it and once I got it, I taught Parker how to do it. She picked it up pretty quickly too and it’s so fun! You feel like a magician!
I actually really like the small size of the pot. It’s really cute and fits nicely on Parker’s desk. At first we tried to plant a cactus in it. The cactus was a few inches tall and while it levitated just fine, we weren’t able to re-plant it very securely in this pot and the cactus kept leaning over. We’re looking for a small succulent to plant instead but in the meantime, we just stuck in this faux air plant and think it actually looks really cute!
Check out this video we made for proof that we actually got it to work! This planter comes in several different styles. This one is “Style 2”, our favorite of the 4 that are available. We love the chic and modern style it brings to the space as well as the mesmerizing, calming effect it has, just watching it spin in mid-air. Parker can’t wait to amaze her friends with this really cool product! You can find out more about Floately products including lamps and more at www.floately.com.
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