You know what they say, if you want some privacy in your house, the bathroom is your last refuge. Where else are you going to go to escape the family and get some peace. Some of us would live in the bathroom if we could.
Turn your bathroom into a natural history museum with this awesome 3D printed shower head that looks like a T. Rex skull. Its mouth sprays a powerful jet of water between its big pointy teeth.
It’s 3D printed from durable ABS plastic (like LEGO bricks), and screws onto any standard 1/2″ shower pipe.
We have all stood in the shower and marveled at all the hair and goo that goes down the drain as we clean. If you have someone with long locks in the house, the drain can look like someone tried to dissolve a murdered Wookiee and missed some chunks.
3D printing has delivered some really cool new things. Toys, prosthetic limbs, all kinds of stuff, but nothing as awesome as this T-Rex showerhead. In the shower no one can hear you scream as you clean.
The shower rack is one of those great inventions that give you a place to put all your shampoo and soap in the shower so you don’t have to worry about crushing your toes while your eyes are covered in soap.
Nothing is more comforting or relaxing than taking a long, hot shower at the end of a very long and tiring day. But are you showering just a wee bit too long for the good of the world’s remaining water supply?
I dread taking showers on especially cold mornings. While the water heater makes bath water warm and comfortable, there’s the matter of the cold air seeping through the door while toweling off.
This is a problem designer Adrien Lefebvre understands, which is why he came up with the Air Shower.
When you’re in a good mood, there’s nothing like belting out a couple of tunes while you’re under the shower. There was a time, unless you put dedicated waterproof speakers your bathroom, it wasn’t easy to do so unaided.
Some people love to sing while taking a shower. Not to brag, but I’m one of the world’s greatest listeners, so I prefer my bathtime music to come from another source. If you have the same preference, first of all high five!
Personally, I have no interest in bringing my gadgets in the tub or shower with me as it’s one of the few places on the planet where I can truly escape from technology and relax. But for those of you who always need to be connected, or at least need musical accompaniment when in the shower, you might want to check out this unusual looking gadget from Japan.
Have you ever wondered how it would be if you didn’t have to stand or sit while showering? Check out Dornbracht’s Horizontal Shower, that allows you to lie down completely while a series of six high intensity jets massage your body.
I find myself thinking of a lot of things when I shower. It’s one of those times in my day where I can just, you know, be alone and reflect on the day ahead (when it’s early morning) or the day that was (when it’s late at night.)
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.
There’s probably something to be said about LED shower heads or light therapy in general, especially when you have just woken up. This LED Color Changing Shower Head is from Chinavasion and the colors will change depending on the temperature of the water, making it easy to figure out if the water is going to scald you or freeze you.
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.