Make yourself into stew with a wood-burning hot tub

The Portable Wood-Burning Hot Tub is a must for anyone with sore muscles and $6,000 to spare.

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One step removed from the bubbling cauldron popularized by witches and cannibals, the Portable Wood-Burning Hot Tub is a must for anyone with sore muscles and $6,000 to spare.

The 200-gallon polyester tub heats water through a coil system, using burning wood to heat up the water. The water temperature hits 104 degrees in two and a half hours. There are no jets, but water circulates through the tub through the miracle of convection.

With a 60-inch diameter and a weight of 165 pounds, the tub is only "portable" if you are very strong and have long arms. Anything is portable if you are the mighty Hercules.

Feebler tubbers may want to opt for the Real Beer Spa at the Chodovar Brewery in the Czech Republic. It's not portable, but it's full of delicious beer and smiling Czech ladies.

 

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