It may look like the business end of a squid, but I have a feeling the Sculpture showerhead from Vado would be bad ass in the bathroom.
Marketing a $130 handshower as a recession-friendly bathroom upgrade is pretty ballsy, but, if there's anywhere I'd weep about losing my retirement, it'd be under the Flipside's "layer of dense, soft, enveloping downpour of relaxation."
The last color-changing, heat-detecting showerhead was some kind of nebulous OEM product from China, but this LED Shower Light is actually purchasable from Thinkgeek. Unlike that one, this only has blue and red, but it works exactly the same: red == hot, blue == cold. Unfortunately, the red in this activates at 89…
Usually camping and showering are either/or activities, but for those of you who absolutely have to cart the body wash and loofah into the wild, the Pocket Shower from Sea to Summit could be for you.
The fact that the Grohe Ondus faucet-ware is digitally controlled and has a clock is secondary to the fact it comes in a Batman black finish, and that it has a pause button for the shower, which can bring the water flow back at the same temperature you left it at. Useful for answering the phone mid-shower?
Showers are great and all, but sometimes I wish they could be more terrifying. That's why I like this Gasmask Showerhead. It strikes fear deep into my soul, which is what I look for in a bathroom appliance. It's the details that make it special: the eye-holes hold your soap, and it appears to be coming out of the wall…