“The Devil’s Bathtub is now on the market for $499!” reads the description of a new $500 product on Amazon.
The bathtub is designed by a former Google employee, and the product is designed to provide a secure place to put your phone or other small electronic devices in.
It includes two sides, which the seller says are “flat-bottomed” so you can easily open and close the side without damaging the plastic of the water heater.
It also includes a small lock for your phone, so if you’re ever in need of a phone call, you can keep your phone safe in the safe.
The product is also “made with a glass tank, so it’s great for showers, bathtub parties, or just for relaxing.
We’ve seen it used by parents and kids, and we’re sure it’ll fit your needs!”
It’s not the only product on the site, but it is one of the more popular ones, and it does seem to have a lot of people looking at it.
Amazon says the price is $499, which is cheaper than the $4,299 average price for a comparable unit, but not as much as the $3,599 average price of a comparable water heater that comes with a secure locking system.
The seller also says the product comes with the following features: “The top of the bathtub features two sides for privacy and a small locking device for the phone.”
The bottom of the tub features two side locks for privacy, and a water heater, as well as a door and a window.
There’s also a small door for the door that comes included.
It’s a relatively large unit, which makes it less than ideal for kids, but you’ll likely need to get creative with your home.
There is a small amount of material around the water heaters, which may be a good idea if you have kids who are more sensitive to light.
The unit also comes with water filters, which should be an added benefit if you use your bathtub to store and drink from a glass or ceramic drinking fountain.
The price is also listed as “$499, but a $50 discount applies if you buy the unit for $449.”
It’s possible that the discount applies to other Amazon listings, but the listing says “only select items are discounted.”
Amazon says that the unit is “ready for immediate shipping, but we can’t guarantee it until we receive your order.”
It doesn’t appear that the water temperature has been tested, but given that the product has a very low capacity and is listed as being “sold as is,” Amazon should expect it to last much longer than a normal water heater and not break down in the process.
We’ll update this article if it does.
Amazon, Google, and Google Home owners: This product is definitely worth the money.
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