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Hot Tub Hammock

Remember the awesome Nomad Collapsible Hot Tub, a portable tub that packs into a dry duffle bag and allows for up to five people to soak in hot water? Now these guys are taking the outdoor Hot Tub Bathtub concept up a notch with the HydroHammock, a hammock and hot tub in one! Made from watertight, extremely resilient synthetic fabric, the innovative product can hold 50 gallons of water and is available in single and double occupant versions. You can use it to cool off in the summer, or add an optional portable water heater system and enjoy a hot tub experience in the winter. watch the video

Learn more from HydroHammock, or pre-order now from Kickstarter.




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