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January 24, 2007

Inverted Shower


That's right: the water shoots up from below.

It was designed by Danny Venlet for the Austrian company Viteo.

Long story short: you attach a garden hose to the floor plate, which shoots water 13 feet into the air when you step on a button.

From the website: "Ideal for the garden or around the pool. You step onto a white, round plate made of non-slip plastic and with your own weight you launch mechanics which produce a water jet about 4 metres high. The water comes out of little holes along the brink of the disk, then falls gently down the middle."


The shower disk weighs 14 kg (about 31 pounds) and measures 30.7" in diameter X 4.3" high.

Caution: the Viteo website is quite possibly the worst I've ever visited — and that's saying something.

Note: The answer to the question of why the woman demonstrating the shower in the picture up top (taken from the company's brochure) is wearing a rabbit head is way above my pay grade.

Perhaps Skipweasel or Flautist will take the time to explain.

January 24, 2007 at 01:01 PM | Permalink


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You mean, you don't wear a rabbit head when you take a shower? What were you, raised in a house or something?

Posted by: Flautist | Jan 24, 2007 11:16:51 PM

Um... she's a playboy bunny?

Posted by: ralphie | Jan 24, 2007 6:32:13 PM

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