The Weltevree Dutchtub, a mobile and fire-powered water basin, is totally changing the hot tub game. The portable hot tub is connected to a fire basket complete with stainless steel coils that attach to the tub. The innovative design allows flames to naturally heat the water. This means that no electrical equipment is necessary and you can bring your hot tub just about anywhere.
No need to worry about fancy wiring or expensive installation costs, all you need is wood and some water to enjoy relaxing in a hot tub anywhere you please.
Whether you set the Dutchtub up on your back deck or secluded in nature, it is perfect for all sorts of occasions.
Furthermore, the portable hot tub can comfortably fit multiple people.
The genius teacup-shaped invention holds 171 gallons of water. Also, the Dutchtub is made of polyester and incredibly durable.
The relaxing crackling of the fire adds a natural element to users' experience.
The tub is also available in five colors: orange, grey, blue, green and red.
In addition, the Dutchtub comes comes complete with a shelf and cupholder on the side. So, pack a picnic and easily enjoy snacks and drinks while hanging out in the water.
The mobile factor of this product makes it possible to hot tub in the middle of nowhere. So, hook it up to your car and take it on your next adventure. The tub weighs about 165 pounds.
This crafty traveler even found a way to attach the portable hot tub to his bicycle.
The Weltevree Dutchtub is an invention of award-winning designer Floris Schoonderbeek. It comes in a few different sizes including a loveseat version for just two people. The tub costs around $5,769. For more information, check out Schoonderbeek's official website.