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Warm On Keeps Your Bathwater Hot (And Keeps You Happy)

by Hazel Chua
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The water is perfect a few minutes after running my bath, but as time passes by, I find myself getting colder and colder as the water temperature drops. By the time I finish a chapter in my book and get ready to step out of the bath, I’m a few degrees away from my shiver point.

Designers Sunmi Hwang, Hyunjoo-Lee, and Jiwon-Seok have come up with a neat solution to keep your bathwater warm in the form of Warm On. It’s a set of pebble-shaped water heaters that have sensors to determine the current water temperature and heat it up so that it always stays at that temperature.

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The designers explained that their inspiration for the Warm On was based on how the magma from underwater volcanoes can heat up entire lakes or ponds.

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The designers didn’t provide any information about where the Warm On system will get the energy to heat up the water or how they can be charged or re-charged. That’s a huge kink that they’ll probably need to address and figure out, but they definitely came up with a fine concept to solve a common issue.

Warm On

[via Yanko Design]

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