Kohler's Bluetooth showerhead sprays songs

Rub-a-dub-dub! This Bluetooth-enabled showerhead lets you listen to tunes in the tub.

Moxie lets you rock out in the shower. We're not quite sure about the sunglasses. Kohler

Do you like to listen to music while taking a shower? For me, doing so is a bit of a chore since I usually have to lug the speaker dock in from the bedroom, unplug the electric toothbrush from the outlet, and -- I know, I know, total first-world problems. Regardless, the whole setup process really soils the act of turning on tunes spontaneously.

Kohler recently announced Moxie, a showerhead that solves my problem by adding some useful tech: Bluetooth and a speaker.

The $199 singing sprayer works with any Bluetooth-enabled device and can wirelessly stream tunes or podcasts for up to seven hours of continuous play. The magnetically detachable waterproof speaker features several lights for connectivity or power status, and charges through the built-in USB connection. The showerhead isn't a slouch, either, as it contains 60 angled nozzles for a full water spray.

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