The Nirvana LED Bathtub – Yes, A Bathtub With LEDs.

So, sometimes there are things that get marketed to people with lots and lots and lots of money.  There are also times when companies develop things that are only achievable by people of a very high income bracket.  This specific time might be both of those times together.  To be fair, there isn’t a price listed on the website, but my spidey-sense tells me that it’s probably not $250 dollars.

Meet the Nirvana LED Bathtub – a completely touch-controlled LED bathtub with 360 LEDs embedded into the surface:


See that display in the lower right corner?  It’s upside down in that picture, but it’s an onboard readout of the temperature of the water – which can be changed with your hand motions.  A tub that boasts chromatherapy, digital readouts, complete control, and automatic-ness.  What else do you need, I guess?  I wonder how much this thing is going to retail for when it hits the market?  Like anything else that’s expensive, once you buy it, attractive women will flock to your bathroom.

Oh yeah, and this tub won a Red Dot award.


Here’s one of the company’s other models – LEDs in a different configuration:


Thanks, Born Rich!

LED Party Shower – Or Not – Just Don’t Slip!

Okay, sometimes I see products for sale and I think “what recession?”  I get the feeling that we won’t be seeing the item below at any home improvement warehouse store any time soon.  But I have been wrong once before…


The CromoBox, as it is apparently called, consists of glass panel shower doors with a strip of LEDs on either side illuminating the etched shapes in the glass.  Designer Antonio Lupi created this Duraglass door shower installation for people to exercise chromotherapy in their homes.  Remember chromotherapy?  It’s the practice of using light to fill in the body’s physical, emotional, spiritual, or mental holes, per se.  We all know that light hues affect our moods and our physiology in general, so why wouldn’t this work?

I sing in the shower sometimes, so this would be great for me – like my own personal rock show.  I bet my cat Dewey would also get a major kick out of this, especially since he just gets a kick out of staring at the drain watching water go down.



Thanks, Trendir!