Wackiest Bath Products II
Another round-up of over-the-top accessories for your wacky washroom
In our last list of far-out bath products, we showed you a two-person toilet, a $75,000 sink, and other insanely expensive or just plain bizarre bath accessories. From a periscope bathtub with a view to a toilet-seat lifter, here's everything you need to up the wacky factor in your water closet.
This contraption makes toilet seat etiquette a no-brainer. Step on the pedal to lift the seat, and step off to set it back down. Germophobes will especially appreciate not having to touch icky seats.
About $30; Amazon
European household product brand, Renova, calls their colorful wipes "the sexiest paper on earth." A six-pack of the 100-percent virgin pulp paper costs nearly $30. It's available in black and neon shades to match any wacky bath decor.
About $28 per six-pack; Renova
Swiss design student Natalie Stampfli crafted this soap-grating dispenser as an alternative to drippy liquid soap. Press the lever and delicate soap flakes fall into your hand.
British company Water Monopoly has a quirky bathtub design for every homeowner, including this steamship-themed French double-ended soaker. (Order it without portholes to get a break on the hefty price tag.)
About $5,070; The Water Monopoly
This modern china glass contraption is, according to the designer's website, "one target men will never miss!" The "Kisses!" urinal is the first product by Dutch company Bathroom-Mania to be available for retail sale.
About $928; Bathroom Mania
Can't pull yourself away from your favorite programming long enough to brush your teeth? You won't have to with this! A viewable screen is built directly into a mirrored surface, so you won't have to miss a moment while you primp for your day.
Starting at about $1,360; Unique Bath Products
Make the most of down time by perfecting your golf swing. This kit comes complete with a putting green, two golf balls, a putter, and a "Do Not Disturb" door sign—in case practice runs long.
About $21; Amazon
Designed by Italian designer Massimiliano Della Monaca, this tub is made to resemble an elegant stiletto heel. The tub's platform mosaic can be custom-tiled to suit your style.
About $17,000; SICIS
Crunched for time? Tackle shaving duties in the shower with this fog-proof combination showerhead-mirror. Designer Nick Paget's patent-pending design stays clear thanks to a network of tubes that heat the reflective surface with incoming water.
About $295; ReflectShower.com
This toilet-to-bidet conversion kit allows all the luxury at a fraction of the cost. The easy-install attachment screws on to your existing toilet water supply for a refreshing splash whenever you need it.
About $90; TushyClean.com
Go Medieval with this regal bathroom fixture. Made from beautiful ash wood and complete with armrests, ashtray, and an always-essential candle sconce, the Herbeau Dagobert Wooden Toilet Throne is truly fit for a king—and has a price tag to match.
About $10,220; QualityBath.com
With all the advancements in the world of bathroom accessories, it's a wonder bath plugs remain so...boring. Enter the Goldfish Bath Plug. Just put this baby in your bathtub drain, turn on the water, and depending on your IQ, you're set for minutes, or even hours of fun.
About $12; Amazon
You waste gallons of water with your morning shower, you waterhog. Start conserving with the Water Pebble. Aside from helping you simulate a relaxing babbling brook (not really), the gadget tracks the amount of water you use. A green light gets you sudsing, a yellow light indicates you should be halfway done, and a red light lets you know that it's time to turn off the water.
About $10: UncommonGoods.com
Staying forever young could be as easy as upgrading your showerhead. The Wellness Shower Filter is designed to reduce chlorine content, which the manufacturers claim will moisturize and repair skin and hair, and support overall health.
About $189; eZoetic.com
Stop wasting elbow grease on your toothpaste and save your energy for the Honey-Do list. The Tube-Wringer makes sure you get every last drop of cavity-fighting goodness with minimal effort.
About $22; UncommonGoods.com
Putting off that sauna upgrade because you don't want to deal with ventilation and wiring issues? Hammacher Schlemmer's Install Anywhere Steam Sauna sets up in just 10 minutes—all you need is a 4-foot space.
About $2,400; Hammacher Schlemmer
Turn bath time into a star-gazing session with this Spa Bath Planetarium, a floating waterproof projector that paints your walls with constellations. Other settings include a Rose Bath scene and the Deep Ocean.
About $140; JapanTrendShop.com