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Bathtub caddy

Discussion in 'Woodworkers' Completed Projects' started by Texasstate, Jul 12, 2018.

  1. Texasstate

    Texasstate Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    Kinda Hate to say I made this .... kidding thought it came out well

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    Looks nice! Even tho I've never been a fan of soaking in my own filth....:wacko:
     
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    Duh, you gotta take a shower first, and then slip into them fragrant soft bubbles while listening to that Barry Manilow greatest hits album and sipping some premium Boones Farm Apple ripple. Don't you know nuthing?

    Life is but a dream man.
     
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    Should add quick clips, or magnetic braces for adding onto walkers. Need the two way brace on the "Alli-minimum" ones. If gut and legs were not so big, might work in / on an easy chair too...
     
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    Nice job Justin. Seems like the shower would be hard on the computer and dilute the wine but what do i know. Really though-nice job. Jim
     
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    I don't take baths, but I do think this is a grand idea! Chuck
     
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    Shoot I take a shower after work then get in my pool with a cold Buschhhhhh

    Makes me wonder if I've been living my life wrong!!!:ponder:
     
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    Interesting. Lots of these sell on Etsy. How is the iPad being secured? If it's just by gravity in that slot, I would be very worried about bumping the board and seeing $800 slip quickly under the water.
     
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    ONLY IN TEXAS.
     
  10. Texasstate

    Texasstate Member Full Member Thread Starter

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    It’s just sitting in the slot very secure as long as there is gravity
     
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    Good luck. Since so many people slip and grab hold of the nearest thing when they are getting into and out of the tub, I doubt gravity will be the issue.
    May consider a back support for it with velcro to secure the iPad. Just my opinion and it is worth the price you paid for it. :cowboy:
     
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    Maybe a 1 inch wide replaceable elastic band that lays flat on the board, stretches up enough to form fit the top of the device (holding it in place), and returns flat after use.
     
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    Schroedc Trying to kick a nasy sawdust habbit.... Staff Member Global Moderator Full Member

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    If you're drinking Busch Beer you are definitely living it wrong :sarcastic:
     
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    Schroedc Trying to kick a nasy sawdust habbit.... Staff Member Global Moderator Full Member

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    Really cool idea, I've seen something similar for holding a book and your booze. Only thing I might suggest is some cleats on the underside so it cant slide sideways and drop one end into the tub.
     
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    It has a piece of wood on the u details of the inside edge of the tub so it doesn’t move at all once lowered into place
     
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    Hey!!! At least its not that watered down 3/2 beer I got tricked into buying one year while in your state!!!
     
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