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Dec. 27th, 2004

12:48 am - Body Shower Mobile

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Bodyshower® mobile is tailor-made for small flats without a shower / bath. You can pack your shower away when it is not in use, so that you can maximise the use of the limited space on a daily basis. Bodyshower®mobile emits a minimum amount of steam, preventing your clothes and furniture from becoming damp and at the same time eliminating the risk of damage from the damp.

* No installation necessary.
* No moisture and steam
* Danish design and production.
* Uncompromising quality.
* Quick to assemble using the simple attachments.
* Quick to disemble.
* Diameter: 64 cm.
* Height under shower: 195 cm.
* Compact height: 22 cm.


It's made in Denmark and doesn't appear to be directly sold in the U.S. yet.

I believe price is about 1100 British pounds.

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From:chutzpahgirl
Date:December 27th, 2004 06:48 am (UTC)
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That's $2100!
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From:crasch
Date:December 27th, 2004 07:04 am (UTC)
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Yes, it is quite expensive, if that price is correct. However, I got the price from one of the magazine articles on their site - they don't actually list a price, as they only sell through dealers.
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From:hippierage
Date:December 27th, 2004 02:52 pm (UTC)
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if you have that much money to spend on a shower, then you have enough money to move into a bigger flat.
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From:crasch
Date:December 27th, 2004 07:31 pm (UTC)
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Not necessarily. If $2100 means that you can use a $1000/month flat (no built-in shower) vs. a $1500/month flat, it would pay for itself in less than 6 months. After that, it would save you money.

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From:troyworks
Date:December 27th, 2004 07:41 am (UTC)
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that is seriously cool!

i'm totally into reconfigurable living spaces, but nover considered showers a part of that. Though i understand most of showers are vinyl of sorts, I have my doubts as to how well something like that would hold up under the load of daily use for many people.
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From:crasch
Date:December 28th, 2004 03:06 am (UTC)
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Yes, reconfigurable showers are hard.
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From:sicarii
Date:December 27th, 2004 04:16 pm (UTC)
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Now that is impressive.. and quite handy!
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From:crasch
Date:December 28th, 2004 03:07 am (UTC)
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Now, I can shower anywhere! Muwahahahah.
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From:krizsa
Date:December 27th, 2004 04:46 pm (UTC)
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thats pretty darn interesting...
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From:crasch
Date:December 28th, 2004 03:07 am (UTC)
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Isn't it? I love the design.
From:(Anonymous)
Date:January 30th, 2005 04:07 pm (UTC)
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It's more like $1300. I've got one in my flat in Denmark, it's been in use for almost 4 years and it has held up pretty well. It's powder-coated and all the fittings are high quality. Very little maintenance as well.