When I come home from work or when out camping, the first thing I think of is having a nice hot bath.
But the idea of having a hammock as a bath sounds even better.
Hydro Hammock wrote on its Web page: “Durable and portable hammocks ready for soothing hot or cool refreshing water. Relax, rejuvenate, and fully stretch out in comfort beyond the constraints of an iron or fiberglass bathtub… Hydro Hammocks require less water than bathtubs and have a slip-resistant texture. The shapes are adjustable and are easy to set up either fully or partially suspended.”
I give you the Hydro Hammock:
“The Hammock material is a sealed synthetic, high-tensile-strength fabric. This model of the Hydro Hammock can easily support the weight of 50 gallons of water and two adults, though only 20 gallons of water are needed for an amazing quality bath.”
Benjamin H. Frederick, the mastermind behind the Hydro Hammock, says: “The Hydro Hammock works as a Hammock, Hammock Hot Tub, Portable Hot Tub Liner for sand or snow, Hammock WaterBed, Swinging Pool.
“Our Water Heater System heats pressure water added by a garden hose, can draw from a stream or lake, or just recirculates the water in the Hammock heating it to your desire. The Water Heater System also works as an outdoor Shower, which with a basin and strainer/filter, one may take a 2-hour shower with less than 3 gallons of water.”
I can see myself buying this when they are on the shelves.