Warm On bath pebbles an ultra-hot idea
Wednesday, April 18, 2012/
For those people who love to lie back in a hot bubble bath and let the water soak up their stress, there is a device that aims to ensure their experience is as enjoyable as possible.
Warm On pebbles are sensor-fitted, heat-radiating artificial stones that maintain the water temperature for a set duration.
Users can maintain the same water temperature without having to refill the bath. The pebbles were designed by Sunmi Hwang, Hyunjoo-Lee and Jiwon-Seok, of Yanko Design.
“Like the principle of magma of a submarine volcano to circulate water and warm it, heat is generated on the bottom of the product when it is put into the bathtub and it keeps water warm.”
“It is pebbled-shaped, so is aesthetically well-matched anywhere in the bathroom.”
This is a very simple concept, and yet it’s one that no one seems to have found a solution for – until now. What other everyday experiences could you improve?
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