Digital shower for lazy bathers

We like it from a philosophical standpoint

Gizmodo

Are we the only ones who thought this was a ski rack? Never mind. Off the slopes, this is the latest in an ever-growing list of digital bathing controls or, as we prefer to call them, " showers for lazy people ."

We will say, however, that the "Ondus" from Grohe definitely has the most unusual name we've come across. But ultimately, it's just a digitally controlled faucet that can pause the water TiVo-style and resume flowing at the previous temperature, as Gizmodo says.

The black finish is a definite plus, and we appreciate the Ondus from a laziness perspective. But frankly, if it doesn't have a golden remote , we're not interested.

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    Mike Yamamoto is an executive editor for CNET News.com.

     

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