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  • Rodes Caraballo

    This wood burning hot tub (dutch tub) is heated using just a fire. It works by connecting the fire to the tub using metal coils that push the water through the fire basket to heat the water up. Click through for more pictures. —->

  • zeezel

    The Dutchtub, as it is called, was designed by Floris Schoonderbeek in 2002. It is a polyester tub with a stainless steel, wood-fueled system that circulates the water and heats it up to 100° F (nice and cozy). Amazingly, it weighs a little over 150 pounds so it’s portable.

  • How Did I Live Without This

    ALFI Wood Burning Hot Tub #ecofriendly #gogreen #hottub #outdoors #nature

  • Maggie McClellan

    The Dutchtub was invented and designed by Floris Schoonderbeek. He makes his work to inspire people to live the public outdoor space. One way is the wood fired hot tub which he calls, dutchtub. The dutchtub creates the opportunity to take a nice warm bath any in the world, as long there’s water and wood.

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