Dutchtub Wood by Weltevree
For the hot tubber with a more natural exterior in mind, the Dutchtub Wood. Taking a basic convectional heating coil from the Whole Earth catalog, designer Floris Schoonderbeek created the Dutchtub. It's simple: fill the the fiberglass tub with water, light a fire, stir the water when you add wood. In 2-2.5 hours water can go from 55 degrees to 104 degrees, thanks to a turbo valve. Delivered with a fire basket for the spiral, a fireshield, and a wok. *Please contact us for a shipping quote and for lead times.* Replacement parts are available too. Send us an email for pricing.