This Solar-Powered Jetsons Man Cave Is Real



Yes, a man cave can be in the sky. The round room of wonder you see here was built in New Zealand by Jono Williams, who, along with friend and engineer Grant Ramsay, decided to build a solar-powered smart treehouse 33 feet off the ground.

The $50,000 room contains 270 square feet of round living space and a host of Android-controlled features. The beer cooler, for example, texts Williams when it’s running out of cans. The LED lighting runs on voice commands. A fingerprint scanner recognizes the owner and his guests, greeting them by name upon entry.

The tech treehouse won’t remain an isolated bachelor pad forever, though. Williams says he wants to move it to the coast someday and build a full home underneath it. But until then, he will be able to appreciate it in its true and full isolation. This “Temple of Solitude” will remain there for some time to come and Jono can call himself Superman for a while longer.

Living o bit far away fro other people can have great benefits on one’s health, and living here will definitely help have this effect here.


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