Water woes? SA astounded by bizarre floating bathtub amidst water outages

Water woes? SA astounded by bizarre floating bathtub amidst water outages

This is a soapy spectacle of note...

Bathtub floating
Bathtub floating / TikTok

The “floating” bathtub is a phenomenon that is making the rounds on social media. 

This mystifying invention is definitely wacky, however, Mzansi is giving it a double take after the recent surge of water outage issues. 

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Would you bathe in this wacky bathtub? Check out the plumbing puzzler here: 

@enesyilmazerla The craziest FLOATING tub we’ve ever seen 🤫 || #bathroommakeover #bathroomremodel #luxurylife #luxuryhomes ♬ Paint The Town Red (Instrumental) - Doja Cat

This viral video is making a splash online. While it might seem silly to give this a go in our current conditions… is it though? 

This floating feature is made out of carbon fiber. It is mounted to the ceiling with steel rods, so it looks like a hammock. The clip shows a curvy tub that resembles a hammock stretched between two trees.

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Fillers and valves are seamlessly integrated into the design creating an aesthetically pleasing yet functional design. “Seriously, craziest tub I’ve ever seen in my life,” Yilmazer shares. 

Here’s what some fellow social media users have to say: 

  • “Imagine trying to get out”
  • “Is this a tub for ants? What are you supposed to do here — be cold?”
  • “Everyone is so creative” 
  • “Most inconvenient tub. Imagine trying to adjust the temperature mid-bath”
  • “So, who’s gonna clean the rocks?” 
  • “That’s not a tub it’s a sink”


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