Shower Squid

Shower Squid

Do you have limited shower space? Then, it’s probably best to clear the shower floor of random bath products and hang them up on this smart Shower Squid.

This squishy fellow has several tentacles at your disposal to hang shampoo, conditioner, body wash, and bubble bath bottles of all sizes. Since he’s all stretchy, he can hang off of very wide shower nozzles and accommodate the plethora of bath products you use on a daily basis.

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Go 20,000 leagues under the shower with this friendly squid, equipped with nine, adjustable tentacles for gripping your shampoo, soap and washing extras, without disappearing into the bathroom void! Wildly convenient, this functional creature even holds your bottles upside down, so you conquer every last drop. Made in China out of natural latex.

  • Available in red, black or blue; sold separately.
  • Materials: latex rubber
  • Approx. 13″ H (adjustable)
  • Wipe down gently with soap and water to clean.

The squid provides you with an easy way to get that last drop of shampoo out of the bottle. Normally, without squid, you would invert a bottle for a long period of time to get the last bits out. Maybe you’d prop it up against a corner upside-down. But many shampoo bottles are designed with small caps that are sometimes not flat, making bottles susceptible to a disappointing fall. When you invert a bottle suspended from the squid’s tentacle, there’s no balancing act necessary. You don’t even have to take the bottle off the squids arm to dispense your products. Hooray for the lazy!

Get this Shower Squid as a gift to yourself, to someone who has limited bathroom storage space, to disorganized college kids, or to kids who love creatures from the sea. The squids come in red, blue or black for $35 each at UncommonGoods.

If you’re shopping for a non-slip bath mat, this Whale Bath Mat would complement the blue Shower Squid marvelously.

1 Comment

  1. This is such a great idea! I would love one; I need one… There is just one problem – I’m allergic to latex. Are there any plans to make this out of something other than latex??

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