2800 €Shipping cost depends on region.
In stock. Delivery time 7-9 business days.
Width 95 cm
Height 56,5 cm
72 kg - Tub with all parts
A wood fired hot tub with an external oven.
Hold two adults and work all year round.
Sotiga Grytan looks back at the origins of outdoor tubs. Then: burned buttocks, shallow water depths, slow heating. Now: comfortable, sophisticated enjoyment but with the same simple principles; fill the tub with water, get a fire going underneath it and prepare for peaceful relaxation.
The wooden interior protects your behind from the heat and the metal sides never become warmer than the water. Over time, the heat of the fire will give the metal exterior a beautiful, black hue. Sotiga Grytan is made from the same durable and beautiful materials as Bohemen: salt water resistant aluminium and oak. And just as Bohemen, Sotiga Grytan can be used with fresh as well as salt water.
The durability of the materials and the tub’s light weight makes way for absorbing, wood-fired bathing experiences in places where a traditional hot tub or sauna could never be placed.
But Sotiga Grytan is not entirely rooted in tradition; it is also a tub for the modern urban couple who yearn a restful bath in their secluded backyard but without the wood burning part – simply fill the tub with warm water and place an ethanol burner underneath and keep the water warm for as long as you like.
For a number of reasons! A bathtub takes a significally shorter time to heat which allows for more spontaneous baths! It's also a breeze to clean, maintain and move.
Yes you can! Simply fill the tub with warm water and put an ethanol burner underneath to keep the water warm. We recommend that you put some sort of protective insulation under the tub and the burner if you want to place it on a wooden deck.
No, no worries. The metal in the tub doesn't get hotter than the bathing water. The chimney pipe on the other hand gets quite hot, that's why we added a heat shield so you don't have to worry about accidentally touching the pipe. The hatch also gets hot, so make sure to not step on it when you climb out of or into the tub.
1,5h in the summer and 2,5h in the winter, and that time can be reduced if you use the insulations that we sell seperately - please see the webshop.
It's simple - just clean it with a mild soap, rinse it and let it dry. If you want to keep the wood looking new then you will have to oil it every now and then - but you don't have to; if you just leave the wood it will get a beautiful silver grey color.
There's two ways - not at all or with a mineral oil (paraffin oil / cutting board oil), alternatively a good quality rapseed oil. The oak will develop a silver grey matte patina over time if left untreated, and if you prefer to keep it's original color and luster you need to give it a oil treatment from time to time. It's just a matter of taste - the wood holds up just as good if left untreated.