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Gear Pots - Mechanical Spur Gear Planters

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These cool new Gear Pots from Slide Design in Italy are unique planters shaped like massive mechanical spur gears that can actually mesh together and rotate just like the real thing. While not machined from actual steel, these weather-resistant gear planters are made from durable polyethylene plastic and come in a variety of colors, but I suggest grey. Perfect for engineer's, inventors, watchmakers, or anyone who wants to rotate their plants by interlocking the teeth of this planter with the gear of a giant river water wheel... or maybe something simpler.

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