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Yes, Foldable Bathtubs Are a Thing: Here's Where You Can Get One

It's the latest quarantine trend everyone's purchasing!

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Photography: AMD02 / Lazada

The isolation that quarantine can lead many to feel has brought about the renaissance era of Facebook groups. What was once a tool ued mostly for group projects or sharing inside jokes with friends has become a way for people to find community online despite being stuck in one place 24/7. The strength of these communities has been demonstrated in their ability to make under-the-radar finds, stores, and even dishes—everything from #aesthetic coffee machines to irresistible pizzas—go viral.

The latest trend to pop up on our feeds—thanks to nonstop circulation from users all over the Internet—is the nifty device that is the foldable bathtub. Yes, they exist and if you've ever wanted to have a tub in your home without having to splurge on a full-on bathroom renovation, then this is for you. We found one on Lazada!

Foldable Bathtubs


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Yes, it's true: Folks all over the Metro and beyond have been purchasing tubs just like this. It's big enough to fit the average adult, but compact enough to squeeze into your shower or in the middle of your bathroom—you can also use it outdoors if you'd prefer to take a bubble bath under the sun. Once you're done using it, you can fold the collapsible tub down into a flat, oval disc that can be stowed away in a closet or kept in a corner of your bathroom. Plus, if you want to stream your favorite movies and series while bathing, the tub comes with a cool cover where you can situate your laptop or phone—the cover has handy hole where your head can stick out, so you can binge without having to worry about getting your devices wet. Get ready for some relaxing weekends at home!

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Here's how to fold it:


 

The foldable bathtub is available on Lazada from online seller AMD 02. It normally retails for P10,500, but you can get it now for just P5,200.

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