PITTSBURGH (PRWEB) October 27, 2017
"We use electric spinners to display some of our Christmas tree ornaments," said one of two inventors from Springfield, Va. "Electronic spinners by themselves are fairly heavy, and when hung for display their weight causes them to sag. This sagging leads to decoration entanglements with Christmas tree lights, as well as with other Christmas tree decorations. We came up with this idea to add stability to the electronic spinners, thereby eliminating spinner sagging and ornament entanglements."
They created a prototype of the patent-pending ORNAMENT STABILIZER that provides a stable platform to display Christmas tree ornaments hanging from electric ornament spinners. This helps the spinner spin the ornament more effectively. It prevents ornaments from becoming tangled and also keeps branches from bending. The accessory eliminates the potential for electrical shorts on lights. Additionally, the invention minimizes the risk of fire hazards.
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