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TowlHub Holds Paper Towels, Charges Phones

Towlhub

 

It’s a towel holder, it’s a charging hub–no, it’s the TowlHub and it’s actually both. Everyone needs a holder for paper towels because it’s just inconvenient to use them without one. At the same time, people use their mobile devices so much that they need to be recharged every day (or a couple of times a day, if they’re really used that much.)

So presto: instead of being just one or the other, the TowlHub combines both so you can make the most out of your space and your towel holder. Win-win.

The TowlHub retails for $49.99.

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Viteo Shower: Shower From the Ground Up

Viteo-Shower

 

Step out into your garden and into the Viteo Shower to stay cool, even under the summer sun. It’s too nice outdoors to stay cooped up in your room. And because it can get too hot for comfort, it makes sense to have something like this out on your lawn so you can cool down when you need to.

You can switch the sprinklers on and step into their inconsistent spray–or hook the Viteo Shower up to a hose and step onto it to get rained on from the ground up. Your body weight sets of the Viteo’s shower jets, so water gushes up from below and over your head before falling once more like drops of rain.

The Viteo Shower is available online for €750 (about $850.)

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Dry In 30 Seconds: Body Dryer Eliminates Need to Towel Off

Body Dryer

So this gadget right here that looks almost like a weighing scale (oh wait, it actually also happens to be one!) could get rid of towels once and for all. Aptly called the Body Dryer, it promises to dry you off in half a minute or less, which is way faster than you could ever dry yourself off with a towel.

The Body Dryer has been in development for over two years, creator Tyler Overk explains. He adds: “We realized that there’s so many germs, so much bacteria that we’re reusing and putting back onto our bodies after we’ve cleaned ourselves from the shower or even coming out of the pool. We came up with eliminating towels.”

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Lather Up in Imaginary Riches With BitCoin-Inspired BitSoaps

Bitsoaps

 

You can’t hold Bitcoins in your hands but you can lather up a storm with BitSoaps. The two are in no way affiliated with each other; one is an a cryptocurrency you can actually spend, while the other one is a giant coin-shaped soap that comes in three variants.

BitSoaps are made by an enterprising young couple who were “fascinated by [the] concept and versatile utility” of the Bitcoin currency. So they decided to jump on its popularity and come up with soaps inspired by it. On their website, they explain: “Our love for nature and passion for exciting endeavors has drawn us to creating this project. A project that merged environmental mindfulness and digital currency. Marrying these polarized ideas has, therefore, given birth to BitSoaps.”

There are three kinds of BitSoaps to choose from: Bitcoin Hemp Oil Soap Bar, Bitcoin Valentines Lavender Hemp/Castile Soap Bar, and Litecoin Castile Soap Bar. Each coin–er, bar–is priced at $4.42.

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His and Hers: Star Wars Han and Leia Hand Towels

Star Wars Han and Leia Bathroom Hand Towels

 

There’s nothing like love that transcends borders. Kind of like the one Princess Leia and Han Solo share. Back in 2005, Lucas confirmed that Leia and Han did, indeed, live happily ever after. That’s something everyone already assumed, but still, it was nice to get confirmation. Now you can be reminded of that fact every day with these Han and Leia Hand Towels that’ll add a little extra something in your bathroom.

These soft towels have silhouettes of Leia and Han on one side and the Rebel Alliance insignia on the other side. It isn’t complete without the Star Wars logo, so you’ll find that in the corner. You’ve always said it with roses; why not declare your love with towels this year?

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Yin-Yang Bathtub for Couples Makes Baths Harmonious

Yin Yang Bathtub

Now you can bathe with your significant other without having to be in the same tub. Not that there’s anything wrong if you’re both in one bathtub, but sometimes things can get a little too crowded and bath bonding time might turn into tub fighting time. That won’t happen though, if you’ve got one of these Yin-Yang bathtubs in your bathroom.

It’s a two-in-one tub where each person gets their own separate space to relax in, while still allowing both to bathe together. It also comes with a bunch of nifty features that will make bath time more special, such as a colorful lights and soundwave massage. The only downside? It costs $5,500.

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Shower Head Prompts People to Take Shorter Showers, Saves Water

Uji Shower

How long is a typical shower for you? Seven minutes is apparently ideal. At least, that’s the figure that Uji’s inventors are working with. But first thing’s first, what’s Uzi? It’s a shower head with a built-in lighting system. The light turns from green to red in a span of seven minutes, which basically signals the person bathing to wrap things up (and wrap himself or herself in a towel!)

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Stick ‘Em Magnetic Towels: Feel Free to Stick ‘Em Up

Magnetic Towel

Towels. You need them but you might not necessarily have space for them in your kitchen. Getting some of those stick-on plastic hooks is one option, but imagine what a pain it’s going to be if you remove them and peel off a layer of pain with it. You could  hang them around your refrigerator handles, but then you have to be prepared to pick them up from the floor a lot because that’s where they’ll usually be after a few people walk past the fridge and inadvertently brush past it, causing it to slide to the floor.

And then there’s the Stick ‘Em Magnetic Towels, which seems like the most logical solution of the bunch.

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Morninghead Gets Rid of Bed Head in Seconds

Morninghead

You know how your hair sticks up in bunches and random angles when you get out of bed? It’s called bed head and it’s pretty unsightly, especially if you’re heading out in a few and don’t have the time to wash your hair again. Most people just turn on the tap and put their heads under it as a quick fix. Others sprinkle water all over their crowns in an attempt to pat down stray strands.

But there’s an easier way: just get the Morninghead.

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