Host a party in your bathtub with the Underwater Disco Lightshow

underwater disco lightshow Host a party in your bathtub with the Underwater Disco Lightshow

This disco light is the newest cousin to the outdoor underwater fountain, and* tip toes, from the tulips, passed the toilet, to the indoors, for use, in the bathtub, hot tub or pool. The Underwater Disco Lightshow has several different settings: relax with a soothing transition of light or splash around with a psychedelic crazy disco party.

Another plus is this is pretty safe to use in any kind of water, even bubble baths. Which I like. It helps me collect my thoughts after a good nights watching of American Idol, for example.

Get your Underwater Disco Lightshow here and tip toe through the tulips

*Yes, those commas are on purpose and will only make sense if you watch American Idol.
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1 Response to “Host a party in your bathtub with the Underwater Disco Lightshow”


  1. 1 Greg Jan 31st, 2010 at 1:30 PM

    Boy, I’d love to peep on Alyssa Milano taking a disco light show bath in her house in Hollywood. If only I knew where she hid her spare key…

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