Deep Water Bath is a double-edged blade


Deep Bath Water

I’ll admit that I’m the kind of guy that likes to take a hot bath to relax now and then. Showers are nice, but nothing relaxes tense muscles like soaking in hot water. Unfortunately some people seem to think that you only need a few measly inches of water because they tend to make tubs shallow with a large overflow drain. Thankfully, there is a solution in the form of a vinyl cover for the overflow drain.

The Deep Water Bath works by suctioning itself around the overflow drain in your tub. This allows you to have more water without it all being sucked down the drain. Unfortunately this product has an obvious downside. Since the overflow drain is covered, this means that if you start filling up the tub and forget about it, you’re guaranteed to flood your bathroom. Remember to use at your own risk! The Deep Water Bath will set you back only $5, though that’s not factoring in the cost of your potential bathroom repairs.

Source: Random Good Stuff

4 reviews or comments

trevor Says: April 4, 2008 at 8:58 am

hey do your homework. look at the picture. there is an overflow hole at the top of the plastic deep water bath attachment. in light of this, you’re going to have to figure out another way to be clever/humorous in this review.

mal Says: April 4, 2008 at 9:47 am

That little hole won’t drain overflow fast enough. Let alone the actual overflow drain.

trevor Says: April 4, 2008 at 9:53 am

i have one of these. i use it regularly. and yes, the hole drains the water as fast as it can pour.

anon Says: February 6, 2009 at 10:32 pm

Wow I’ve never seen a overflow drain before.

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