With entertainment like this, who needs to get out of the tub?

Nov 21, 2006
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When I'm soaping up in a nice relaxing bath, the one thing missing is a good slasher horror movie - Texas Chainsaw Massacre, perhaps, or Trouserless Zombies Do Manhattan.  Obviously I know better than to drag the TV into the bathroom; after the first few shocks I learnt my lesson, and I've almost got all the feeling in my fingers back.  Di Vapor thankfully have a better way of my getting my foamy flicks - the Cosmo Hydromassage Whirlpool Bathtub.  It not only has a range of adjustable air massage jets to frot at my underwater bits, it has an 8.5-inch LCD screen that can show anything from terrestrial TV through cable to your CCTV feed.

Apparently Di Vapor decided to build the Cosmo after having requests for a one-person version of a previous TV-boasting tub that seated two.  I guess this not only saves water, but also doesn't upset people who bathe on their own.  The Cosmo has seven big jets, nine bubble jets and six - read it and weep - six back jets.  There's also a padded head-rest for your lovely head, and a hand-held shower to hose down your legs because, let's face it, they deserve extra attention.

The Cosmo costs £2,995 ($5,677) and is available now.

Product Page [via Automated Home]


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