Hydro Hammock

Jul 8, 2015

Category: Gear

At first glance, the Hydro Hammock might seem a little bit on the frivolous side. Why would anyone want to use a hammock as a bath tub? But while that functionality doesn’t interest us much, the fact that the Hydro Hammock can be used as a Portable HotTub liner for sand or snow does.

The Hydro Hammock uses a water heater system that heats water from a garden horse or other water source to fill into the hammock. Basically, it gives consumers the ability to create a hot tub on the fly wherever they are, whether it be at the beach or on a mountaintop somewhere. It also has two USB chargers for your devices so that you can charge your smartphone while you’re relaxing in your hammock. The Hydro Hammock is being funded on Kickstarter and is looking at a $260 cost to early backers with an expected delivery date of September 2015. [Purchase]

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