Computerized Whirlpool Brings Extreme Relaxation

Posted: Sep 10 2008, 6:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:28am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

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We've all been there. You're enjoying a relaxing time in your home spa but then the water turns to room temperature and suddenly it's not so relaxing anymore. Well, Tawain-based E Tai Enterprise has developed a personal whirlpool that comes equipped with its own computer, and will automatically use that technology to keep the water at one pre-set temperature.

Additionally, there is a small digital screen to display thermostat details and change preferences. According to the manufacturer it also has sensors to prevent overheating. It also contains the basic features of a whirlpool, like water mixers, a headrest and a portable shower head.Other features include a blue light for that "oh so cool" look, a water level gauge and four massage jets. The other tech stuff you'll find are a CD player, radio and a remote control to handle all the features from the palm of your hand.

The ET-A401B is a luxury item, to be sure. E Tai does not even publish a price for it. It is for sale, however consumers need to contact the manufacturer and get a price quote.

The unit is made to order, and reportedly takes around 45 days from order confirmation to delivery.

Via Global Sources

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