Every day we notice the win­ter is creep­ing near­er, with tem­per­a­tures slow­ly drop­ping. Still, with this tub, you could eas­i­ly sit out­side and enjoy a nice warm bath.

“Floris Schoonder­beek, a dutch design­er, says his plas­tic out­door hot tub looks like a cannibal’s ket­tle, called the Dutch­tub, it requires no elec­tric­i­ty, plumb­ing or hot water. Just fill it with a gar­den hose or a pail, put fore­wood in the bin, light it up, wait a while and enjoy a 100-degree soak with nat­ur­al eddies. Mr. Schoonder­beek says the dutch­tub, which weighs 165 pounds, is a “new way of out­door bathing.” It will fit in the back of an S.U.V. and can be used at a camp­site or even on a stur­dy roof.
The design­er plans to take one to the Alps this win­ter and fill it with snow.”

.:. Dou­glas Hein­gart­ner, New York Times

One hand­made dutch­tub is yours for €4450.

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