Nomad Collapsible Hot Tub


Wouldn’t it be nice to go in the middle of nature yet still maintain some of the comfortable life from indoor? Now you can partially do so right from a duffel bag! Yes, it is that simple with The Original Nomad. Even though the name might be too adventurous for some, the applications are quite regular. You can install it in the back yard when the kids want to have some play time around the water. Also, any trip won’t be a compromise to comfort anymore with this handy device. The lots of uses for the tub and heater coil make The Original Nomad a product you want to have. The Portland-based company who design this tub and coil are experienced in manufacturing unique outdoor products that go really well with adventure seekers. Check out the pictures and their website for further details and order your own!










Nomad Collapsible Hot Tub is available here…

27 Responses to “Nomad Collapsible Hot Tub”

  1. reen b says:

    So where do we search for these?

  2. Joann says:

  3. talia says:

    Where can I buy one? How much?

  4. chris says:

    want one where can you get one cheers

  5. Susan sherrill says:

    At original nomad

  6. Jean says:

    The link is right underneath the last photo. Where it says: “Nomad Collapsible Hot Tub is available here…”

    “Here” is the link.

    Or just google it?

    The address is

  7. John says:

    agreed, which retailer do we need to contact to get one of these?

  8. andrew says:

    Your gonna have to buy a separate $399 water pump and a source of fresh water to use it away from a regular water source though. Although gravity feed off a mountain stream might work.

  9. Bartholemew says:

    Does it come with water?

  10. mileaway says:

    who’s going to carry the coil, firewood and fetch 225 gallons of water? I don’t have a pack big enough for all that… (TUB AND COIL COMBINED WEIGHT 50 lbs). and $750? Nope, the trek back to the lodge sounds like a better adventure.

  11. George Iovchev says:

    Seems strong and reliable, could be a good investment for people loving outdoors.

  12. Linda says:

    This will take forever to fill with water if you’re not just ‘camping’ in your own back yard next to the garden hose.
    So if you are travelling you’d need to be near a good water source, have a petrol generator water pump with you, and long enough hose, and the tub and the heating coil… And have the time to wait for it to fill up, get the fire going and wait ages for the water to heat up. Bloody hell you’d be in desperate need to relax in the tub after setting all that up! Just go camping and wait till you get home to have a soak in the bath… Or, if you don’t like roughing it, don’t go camping.

  13. Original Nomad says:

    The collapsible hot tubs are the ultimate holiday gift. Order the $750 Tub/Coil combo before December 11th using promo code “HOLIDAZE” and recieve free shipping in the USA and parts of Cananda (call to check). #SoakUpLife

  14. Robert says:

    I have a cartoon pic of a man, with a shocked look on his face, milking a bull. The caption says, “The obscure we see eventually. The obvious takes a little longer.”

  15. Kris says:

    That’s an awesome idea!

  16. Kris says:

    Can you use the heater to make summores or hot beverage.

  17. TD says:

    i can build mine for that heats a 7500 gallon pool 1 degree per hour ……. New Pool and setup cost $600 aloha

  18. Jeff King says:

    Buyer beware! I tried to purchase one…they took $600 from me, after 5 weeks I contacted them, no response, no product. 8 weeks after they took my money I threatened them. They created fake UPS label out of NYC even though they are in Oregon to try and throw me off. Had to file claim with credit card company. Looks great, looks legit…but is not! Beware!

  19. RR says:

    I have been trying to get a hold of this company for a while now (ordered in December). I have had one reply via email after calling a bunch of times. After that reply 3 months later, I am trying to follow up with them and there is nothing once again.

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