For me, the comforting experience of outdoor bathing is instantly spiked by the idea of a wood-fired hot tub. Goodland, based out of Canada, has come up with a distinct bathtub heated only by wood, which is clearly what matches my notion of comfort.
Keeping true to the basics, the wood-burning hot tub clearly emphasizes the betterment of form and function, while keeping sustainability at the forefront of the tub design.
This Wood Burning Hot Tub is made from durable, 100-percent recyclable materials including marine-grade aluminum and western red cedar. It also uses oak and raw brass detailing for a refined look. It is equipped with a submerged stove that can accommodate seasoned 1-5″ diameter logs to heat up the water.
You just need to put in the firewood and the bathtub heats up in approximately 90-120 minutes. Step in, and settle your back on one of the wood recliners to enjoy a sensory bathing experience.
Designed with sustainability in mind, this wood-burning, soaking tub boasts a minimalist aesthetic and deep attention to detail. Suited for both saltwater and freshwater, it can accommodate a small family of four.
It also allows people to connect with nature. From gathering fallen branches to stacking firewood and listening to the crackling sound of the fire, the entire process involves nature in some way.
The hot tub measures 91.5″ x 37″ x 28.5″H and can accommodate 975 liters of water. Weighing 125 lbs. when empty, it can be moved by 2-3 people and the assembly takes around 15 minutes. The company also offers a number of accessories including the wood holder, cover, wooden steps, and brass hand shower to accompany the tub.
Crafted like a fine piece of outdoor furniture, the Goodland wood-burning hot tub represents the brand’s dedication to creating good-looking, immersive outdoor living products. It is priced at $5,795.
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