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Tag: Bath

Darth Vader Soap: Luke, I Am Your Lather!

Darth Vader Soap: Luke, I Am Your Lather!
I know it seems like an odd question, but I wonder how Darth Vader kept himself clean inside of that suit. I can only imagine he got really sweaty in there, and it’s not like it would have been easy for him to get out of it to take a bath.

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

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

Morning Head Gets Your Hair Wet In Five Seconds or Less

Morning Head Gets Your Hair Wet In Five Seconds or Less
This morning, I woke up forty-five minutes past the time I was supposed to. So I immediately went into my five-minute “I can’t be late for work” mode: run to the bathroom, run my hair under the tap, wrap it in a towel while I change into my office clothes, run a comb through said wet hair, wear shoes, grab an apple from the fridge, and go.

Giant Lady Sighted Bathing in Hamburg’s Alster Lake

Giant Lady Sighted Bathing in Hamburg’s Alster Lake
A lot of people think that the bigger something is, the better. While I don’t necessarily agree, one thing “big” is definitely good for is grabbing people’s attention. I mean, would you have taken a second look at this Jack Sparrow Statue or Honeycomb Statue if it were only a feet tall?

TARDIS: Time and Relative Dimension in Soap

TARDIS: Time and Relative Dimension in Soap
While I don’t ever remember seeing an episode of Doctor Who where the good Doctor had time to take a bath, he did take the occasional shower. All that inter-dimensional time and space travel does leave a bit of a grimy film after all.

iDuck Bath Speaker: Rubber Duckie, You’re the One

iDuck Bath Speaker: Rubber Duckie, You’re the One
I’m a shower kind of guy, but that doesn’t mean that I don’t understand the need for some entertainment if you’re taking a soak after a long day at work. I like the fact that this little thing gets the job done without spending hundred of dollars on speakers and a system for your bathroom.

Star Trek Bathrobes: Don’t Beam Me Up, I’m in the Tub!

Star Trek Bathrobes: Don’t Beam Me Up, I’m in the Tub!
Ok, I can’t imagine a better geek gift than this. It’s an officially-licensed Starfleet bathrobe. Rarely seen on the deck of the Enterprise, these toasty terrycloth robes must have been used by the crew when they had some downtime between missions.

Robot Spongebath: Wash My Shiny Human Ass

Robot Spongebath: Wash My Shiny Human Ass
I suppose if you’re a nurse, the idea of having to wash various and sundry body parts for patients is one of the less pleasant parts of the job. Sure, it’s slightly above changing bedpans or shaving privates, but it’s still a little weird, I’m sure.

Petri Dish Bacteria Soap Kills Itself

Petri Dish Bacteria Soap Kills Itself
These soaps are designed to look just like petri dishes teeming with nasty bacteria. What’s especially cool about these soaps is that some of the more gnarly strains actually glow in the dark. These handmade soaps are available in a variety of “infected” flavors, including E.

Atari 2600 Joystick Soap: Tub Games

Atari 2600 Joystick Soap: Tub Games
We’ve featured our share of soaps that look like video game controllers before, but this is the first time I’ve seen any that look just like classic Atari 2600 joysticks. The guys over at eatsleepshop sell these soaps for just $3 (USD) each, and they look great in any old-school gamer’s bathroom.

Jedi Bath Robe: Obi-Wants One

Jedi Bath Robe: Obi-Wants One
What does a Jedi Knight need to do when after a long day force pushing and pulling off mind tricks – take o nice soak in the tub, right? When you’re done, you can dry off with one of these plush Jedi bath robes.

Space Invaders Shower Curtain: as Elusive as That Final Alien

Space Invaders Shower Curtain: as Elusive as That Final Alien
I was surfing around over on Flickr this morning and stumbled onto this awesome Space Invaders shower curtain.

Seura the One Tv Mirror: for People Who Can’T Decide What to Do

Seura the One Tv Mirror: for People Who Can’T Decide What to Do
I don’t understand the concept behind TV mirrors. Look: you either use the mirror or watch TV. You don’t see people selling a book-in-a-book do you? But as I always say, folks, it’s your money. If spending thousands of dollars on a tiny LCD screen is your thing, then Seura’s The One TV mirror might just be the one for you.

Banpresto Fruit Palette: Float Some LED Citrus in Your Bathtub

Banpresto Fruit Palette: Float Some LED Citrus in Your Bathtub
Apparently, the folks in Japan have some different ways of chilling out in the tub than what I’m familiar with. Banpresto Fruit Palette are light-up fake fruit that you float around your bathtub while you soak to help you let your mind drift.

Space Invaders Soaps Take Over Bathrooms Everywhere

Space Invaders Soaps Take Over Bathrooms Everywhere
Now if you’re a regular reader of Technabob, you know that we’ve spent more than our share of time digging up cool geeky craft over on Etsy. On a recent expedition through the massive online craft website, I came across an odd new trend – Space Invaders soaps.

Rio LED Shower Head Lights Up Your Bath Like a Disco

Rio LED Shower Head Lights Up Your Bath Like a Disco
Looking to make a real impression the next time you have guests over? This over-the-top LED shower head will definitely get their attention when they go to hop in the shower. Crosswater’s RIO shower head is loaded with 96 computer-controlled LEDs in red, green and blue clusters so they can be mixed to create just about any color in the spectrum.