AquaClimb Poolside Climbing Walls: The Next Best Thing To Everest

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It may not be as challenging as climbing some of the great peaks of the Himalayas, but the AquaClimb is a hell of a lot warmer and safer than a mountain—plus it offers up a great upper body / core workout. The fiberglass panels include hand-sculpted rock features and the ability to be rotated 90 degrees or even reconfigured to customize the level of difficulty. There is even a a non-slip, textured surface, interchangeable handholds and a 10 degree angled design to ensure saftey. I just wouldn't be following right behind that kid in the red trunks if you want to survive. Available for a whopping $8,000. [Hammacher Schlemmer and AquaClimb via BornRich]

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mclark2112
mclark2112

Deep Water Bouldering has been huge for the last few years (out in the real world). This is a playskool version of the real thing. I am not impressed. And the price is just plain scary ridiculous. I could outfit a whole rock gym with all the holds they would need for some time on $8000.