Ariel Steam Shower Packed with Features


Until my brother showed this to me, I had no idea that one could salivate this much over a standalone shower unit. Ariel is just one of the companies that makes these tricked out steam shower stalls that with the blue highlights, glass and flourescent lighting, look pretty futuristic. And the feature list bears that out. It includes a steam generator; acupuncture massage water jets; an LCD computer control panel that manages the shower functions as well as a phone, radio and even audio input; rainfall ceiling shower; an ozone sterilization system.

Now while these steam showers are not cheap, you are certainly getting a whole lot of features for the money. But let’s get back to the features for a minute. On this particular model, the steam generation feature can be timed so you don’t end up coming out like a prune. There are 6 water massage jets that simulate an acupuncture massage, and an ozone sterilization system to kill bacteria within in the unit. Here’s the part I like: there is a built in surround-system speaker system that you can connect to your radio, telephone and you can even input an audio source like your CD or MP3 player for tunes while you shower. There is a built-in microphone so you can chat on the phone while you’re using the unit as a sauna (yes, there is a bench for you to sit on). I guess you could talk on the phone while using the shower, but I imagine that would annoy your friends (or at least make them envious).

There are many other models that you can choose from, that range in size and available features. Some have foot massagers and more massage jets, pipe rinsing feature to keep your pipes clear of sludge, surf feature where the jets move to simulate being in the ocean, overhead heat lamps, and even a bubble bath feature.

Price: varies. Starts at approx $1800.00
(Please note prices are subject to change and the listed price is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of posting)


  1. I purchased a Ariel WS-608A Steam Bathroom Shower and I need more info on the wiring for the contractor. Can you help me out. Thanks Dave.

  2. Hi David,

    As we just feature gadgets we discover, your best bet is to go straight to the manufacturer. I’m sure they’ll have all the info you need.

  3. has anyone found an instruction book for the Ariel steam shower that actually makes sense? Plumbing and electrical specifically.

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