Places I never thought needed more sweat: my crotchular region. But maybe I've been doing it wrong! This pair of vibrating sauna pants takes the hot hot heat of the sauna and packages it onto your package. Why oh why.
What I hate about camping, or going anywhere that doesn't have a roof? The lack of immediate access to an easily portable six-person sauna. You know, one with a wood-burning fire, a bench, a changing room, maybe a shower. The essentials, I mean.
Okay, so maybe it's kind of funny that the BBC has called out Nokia for the struggling mobile company's crippling sauna addiction. That doesn't mean it's not a legitimate concern! Because when your company's this far down in the dumps, it might not be the right time to install a steam room in your Zimbabwe office.
I wanted so badly to have a large, English-style, only-nose-out, soak-like-a-hippo bathtub in my new apartment. I settled for a large shower, but at 72 by 12 feet, maybe I should have rented the world's largest bathtub instead.
It's 2009. And to sweat your balls off, you shouldn't need to squeeze into a little room with a bunch of other sweaty men.
Had enough of the heat? How about sitting in a snowy room where it is 10 degrees below zero? Now that is what I call relaxing. As stupid as this concept sounds, the "Snow Room" exists, and it was recently showcased in a Hotel Equipment Fair in Turkey. Plus, it will go on sale to all luxury hotels and spas starting…
Hey, moneybags! I've got a shower for ya. It's actually a sauna and shower combo, complete with luxuries like a digital remote, foot massager, aromatherapy, and music and phone ports. You'll be so busy in there you'll forget to do basic things such as wash your hair.
"Man, it's like a sauna in here." You'll be making this hilarious joke to yourself on a daily basis while engulfed in the Solo personal sauna. This is essentially a tube-like tent that will get all hot and frothy so you can sweat away all of that negative karma you received from a hooker earlier in the day. The Solo…