Andy Pullen, founder and owner of waterproof TV manufacturer TechVision, has premiered his latest gadget on the BBC 1 programme DIY SOS: The Big Build.
Pullen’s ‘Soundbathe’ product featured on the hit construction programme last week in a build that was coined as “one of the biggest and most ambitious projects that the Big Build team had ever done.”
Commenting on his contribution, Pullen stated “The ‘soundbathe’ is a nifty little gadget that turns your bath into a giant speaker and plays music from any Bluetooth-enabled device.
“We met a researcher from the BBC at a trade show in London last year and she was really excited and thought that it would be a great sensory product for disabled kids as you can feel the vibrations in the water as well as hear the music.”
Indeed, the product certainly did prove revolutionary to the family based in the Isle of Sheppey, Kent!
Commenting on the family’s reaction to the ‘Soundbathe’, Andy remarked “We’ve also had a lovely letter from the family saying how it has revolutionised their bath times. Their teenager loves baths and music and is now in the bath for hours singing his heart out, and their younger son loves feeling the vibrations.”
The Soundbathe can be fitted to any bath, and Andy is now looking into using them within birthing pools, spas, swimming pools, and even garden decking.Soundbathe | techvision.co.uk/soundbathe