Warm On Makes the Perfect Bath Possible Beth Snyder March 21, 2012 There are people who love baths, and there are people who can’t stand them. Me, I look at soaking in the tub as if it’s a mini vacation. It takes me longer to get ready to take a bath than it does to get ready for work, because it’s a definite process. There must be candles, and music, and a good book; often a bottle of wine and some chocolate or fruit. And bubbles. Lots and lots of bubbles, of various scents depending on my mood. The one thing that detracts from the experience, and it’s a pretty big one, is that the water cools off. Which means I have to let some water out, and add some more. But then the proportion of bubbles to water gets all askew. I hate that. Warm On is still a concept, but I am eagerly awaiting its release on the market. The idea here is that if your bathtub’s temperature is kept at a constant warmth, you will waste less water. Which makes sense. Warm On is a pebble-like gadget that contains a heater. All you have to do is drop it in your tub, and it works to maintain the water’s warmth. It appears that you can set a timer, which would be good for people like me who sometimes get lost in a book and forget we really shouldn’t stay in the tub indefinitely. The concept behind this is based on that of a submarine volcano, where water flows over the magma and heats up. Much like a submarine volcano, Warm On lives on the bottom of your tub, and water enters through an opening in the device to be monitored for temperature. If it gets too cool, the heater will kick in. I really, really want one. Source: Ubergizmo Share This With The World!