Turning the world of showering upside down
Thursday, August 1, 2013/
While you’ve probably never wondered how to make an upside down portable shower work, all you need to do now it’s made is hook it up to a water source.
The Viteo shower is an Australian-Belgian creation, and could well be an evolution of the classic Australian pastime of playing in the sprinkler.
It’s activated by bodyweight and apparently only takes two minutes to set up.
What furniture home-comfort could you rework to make mobile? Or are there any games from childhood you can turn into a product?
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