Yes, we're already sick of Valentine's Day talk too, but this is one gift that will put those red Vaios and pink Nanos to shame. We're talking a full-scale "Love Tub" here. The in candy-apple red "Amore Bay" is a limited-edition hot tub that's ready for suburban romance, from its built-in stereo and "hydronomically" designed seats to its mood lighting and landscape etching, according to BornRich.
What a relief. For a minute we were worried that a disturbing new trend might be in the offing after coming across a lounge chair that doubles as a fitness machine. But luckily, the gold standard of laziness has assuaged our fears--and with the first line of La-Z-Boy luxury spas, no less.
We've seen all manner of media-equipped spas, of course, including one that comes equipped with a 61-inch LCD. And truth be told, La-Z-Boy's "Premier Collection" doesn't appear to offer a whole lot that's new--except for one crucial difference: reclining seats. Yup, you … Read more
At first glance this multimedia spa didn't seem particularly special, especially given its optional 17-inch LCD. After all, we've already seen versions with others with screens as large as 42 and even 61 inches. But Coast Spas is apparently trying to make the case that size isn't everything (at least where the TV is concerned).
The "Extreme Spa" focuses on other features, such as a Sony sound system, Boss controls, DVD player, LED-equipped headrests, underwater lights and even a towel warmer. And it claims to seat eight people comfortably, according to Luxurylaunches, for $16,000. … Read more
This can safely be categorized as one of those only-in-California items because 1) it requires a hot tub, 2) there's a huge TV involved and 3) it's absolutely ridiculous. Making it even richer, there's competition between two appropriately named companies: CalSpas and Catalina Spas.
The first purveyor was featured awhile back with a 42-inch plasma that rises automatically from the side of the tub. But now we're treated to a competing four-seater from Catalina Spas that boasts--get this--a 61-inch LCD HDTV, according to BornRich. (Both of which dwarf the puny screens we've written about in … Read more