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HydroNIP

A Better Way to Add Excitement to Play

Davison Produced Product Invention: HydroNIP

Mr. Davison (aka Mr. D) with the product on the store shelf:

Mr. Davison (aka Mr. D) with the product on the store shelf:

The Problem:

Catnip adds fun to playtime for any cat, but many cat toys aren’t designed to include it. Imagine if you could turn your cats favorite toy into one that they would go even crazier over. This would turn playtime into endless fun for all cats, and they wouldn’t be limited to just one toy!

Davison's Better Way:

We created a liquid catnip that can be sprayed on any toy, instantly and safely adding intensity to playtime. Now, any and every toy your cat has can be their favorite! Hydronip creates a better way for your cat to play!

Featured in the following stores:

  • Petco

This is a corporate invention and the same 9-step Davison Inventing Method is used to develop each idea, for idea people who work with us on their ideas or corporations that ask us to invent for them.

Jean, the Inventor
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Give yourself the gift of inventing.

This year, we’re giving you 25% off Pre-Development.

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Offer ends at midnight on November 15th

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This offer is effective through 11:59 p.m. November 15th, 2019. The 25% off will be applied to the full price of $895 for Pre-Development services and any balance owed on a full price ($895) Pre-Development contract. This discount cannot be combined with any other offer and does not apply to previously discounted or paid accounts.

For illustration purposes, if the customer has not made any payment to the organization for Pre-Development services, 25% off can be applied to the full price of $895, if the customer pays the full amount, minus the discount, by the end of the offer. If the customer has made a payment on Davison’s Pre-Development service, and still owes a balance of any amount on the full price of  $895, 25% off can be applied to the balance owed, if the client pays the full amount of the balance, minus the discount, by the end of the offer.