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Skip Taking Turns With Tandem Shower by Boona

The spa culture that rules our art of relaxation therapies is also quite addictive. Everyday stressors render people to explore alternative options to wean off from the stress. One such option is the Tandem Shower by Boona which provides a warm and spa-like experience to shower together with your partner or solo. You can also skip turns to bathe with your partner with it.

It does exactly what its name tells it to do — allow two people to bathe together, yet independently. With constant innovation in showerhead technology such as the Moen Aromatherapy hand showers, Boona brings forth its engineered dual showerhead technology. These shower heads hang by a shower rod at an angle. The angular placement allows them to accommodate two people during one shower session.

It comes in four colors and does not require any installation by experts. You just have to fit the rod into your enclosed showering or bathing areas and hope for the vacuum on both ends of the rod to work wonders.

Water savings

The company has not revealed the volume of water that the Tandem Shower would be spending on its users. It could become a concern in the future if the question remains unaddressed. On average, an American adult showers for eight minutes per day, and consumes 20 gallons of water. The estimated consumption of water per minute is 2.5 gallons, and a bath over a shower requires 70 gallons of water.

The focus is on the design of the shower rod that provides enough pressure for both the people to enjoy their showers together. Now let us imagine that the shower rod is connected to 70 gallons of water. Assuming that an average bath would be around eight minutes, the Tandem Shower should ideally provide a couple around two-bath sessions.

Adding some pressure to that, customers say that the Tandem Shower does not take away a lot from water consumption even if one was bathing alone with both the showerheads. In any case, if you’re interested, you can still pre-ordered it from Indiegogo, starting at $249.


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Photo credits: The feature image has been taken by Seth Doyle.
Sources: Kickstarter / Harvard University / Standford Magazine / Indiegogo

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Ujala Chowdhry
Ujala Chowdhry
Hello, I'm a tech journalist at TechAcute. I did my bachelors in computer science engineering and masters in journalism. I have been able to view many facets of technology here and continue to learn more. I love #femtech and being socially available on Twitter.

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