Humid-i-Fire is an ornamental, stovetop fountain and humidifier that adds moisture to dry winter air, while bringing you the tranquil, meditative sound of a delicate waterfall
United States (PRWEB) February 15, 2014
Winter snow, wind and dry air can cause chapped lips, itchy skin and stuffy noses. While you can’t do much about the snow or wind, the Humid-i-Fire™ gives wood and gas stove owners a new tool to combat the harsh effects of dry winter air.
First up, what is the Humid-i-Fire? It‘s an ornamental, stovetop fountain and humidifier that adds moisture to dry winter air, while bringing you the tranquil, meditative sound of a delicate waterfall. It operates on top of wood or gas stoves without any power cords or batteries! There is a high-tech thermoelectric generator in the base of the fountain that produces all the electricity it needs to run efficiently and quietly. The Humid-i-Fire includes a metal bowl, slate tile, polished stones, water pump and thermoelectric generator.
Eagle Design is a start-up company using a crowd funding platform called Kickstarter to sell the Humid-i-fire.The company chose Kickstarter because it’s the most popular crowd funding platform on the web and it’s already helped thousands of other inventors and startup companies turn their dreams into reality. The company hopes to make the Humid-i-Fire™ another Kickstarter success story.
Customers who place their order for a Humid-i-Fire before March 3rd will save 50% off the retail price. Once the company's 30 day Kickstarter campaign is completed the company will start production. Delivery of the Humid-i-Fires will be in October 2014, in time for next winters dry winter air. Supporters won’t get to use it this winter, but they will know they are helping an American startup company become a reality (and save 50%!).
Here is a link to the company's Kickstarter campaign where readers will find more details about the Humid-i-Fire, including how the company came up with the idea and got to this point in production. Eagle Design also have additional videos and pictures at http://www.humid-i-fire.com and Facebook.com/Humidifire
Eagle Design, LLC
United States, 90212,