Weltevree Dutchtub Original

Jul 13, 2016

Category: Living

There’s nothing quite like relaxing in a tub of hot water with friends on a cool evening. And while the hot tub is a great addition to any backyard setup, the permanent and expensive nature of these comfort pools prove unattractive to us wandering millennials. Thankfully, Weltevree Dutchtub is back with new designs for us to admire, and maybe invest.

The brilliant nature of these hot tubs stems from their simplicity in function. Its bowl design heats up from a connected fire basket, using natural circulation to heat up the contained water. Because there’s no electricity involved in the heating process they are highly portable and each Dutchtub can comfortably fit up to four people. It holds 171 gallons of water, weighs in at a 165 pounds, and available in five different colors. Reap all the rewards of a standard hot tub without the commitment, installation costs, and year-round maintenance. Embrace the all-natural means of keeping warm. The Dutchtub is available now for around $5,760. [Purchase]

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