The Portable Wood-Burning Hot Tub is a must for anyone with sore muscles and $6,000 to spare.
The Hydro Hammock Kickstarter is supposed to be a portable and durable hammock that's also a hot tub. Sold!
This week on Crave we check out a device that will revolutionize washing your dog...well, maybe? Also, we take a first look at the Kingii emergency floatation device and dream of hanging out in camping luxury with the Hydro Hammock, a hot-tub hammock.
The Hydro Hammock is a relaxing hammock with the major bonus feature of doubling as a portable hot tub. It's a Kickstarter, though, so it might have to stay in our dreams.
The hot tub is back, and it's ready to travel. Watch the new trailer for "Hot Tub Time Machine 2," which brings the group to the future to save the present. Warning: a few mild NSFW moments.
A $20,000 floating wood-fired hot tub for up to eight people could be one of the coolest things ever.
Talk about sitting in the sizzling lap of luxury. Floating hot tubs let you take in the city scenery while you lounge. Hopefully the prices will be cool.
Molly takes the business-minded BlackBerry Q10 for a spa-inspired torture test. See what happens as it's rubbed in massage oil and dunked in the hot tub.
This week, the Crave crew uncovers a cupcake-dispensing ATM, hot tub boats, and a sonic weapon that confounds your enemy into silence. Plus, a concept Xbox controller that massages your thumbs, Merit Badges for nerdlings, and a DARPA cheetah bot that will be chasing us in our nightmares.
Contest sponsored by PBS' "Design Squad Nation" challenges young engineers to build big. And they do, crafting a confetti-launching trebuchet, and a solar-powered hot tub, among other creations.