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8 L Pressure Solar Shower for Camping
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  • 8 L Pressure Solar Shower for Camping
  • 8 L Pressure Solar Shower for Camping
8 L Pressure Solar Shower for Camping

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8 L Pressure Solar Shower for Camping

€41.00
€36.00
-12%
VAT included
15 reviews
14 of 15 people recommends this product
  • 8 L Pressure Solar Shower for Camping
  • 8 L Pressure Solar Shower for Camping
  • Spare Shower Head 10 L Solar Shower
  • 8 L Pressure Solar Shower for Camping
  • 8 L Pressure Solar Shower for Camping
  • 8 L Pressure Solar Shower for Camping
  • 8 L Pressure Solar Shower for Camping
  • 8 L Pressure Solar Shower for Camping
8 L Pressure Solar Shower for Camping
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Our team of users created this camping pressure shower for showering outdoors comfortably as well as cleaning clothing.

Our motivation? To offer a solar shower solution that you do not have to hang up! The water will be pressurised even if your shower is on the ground thanks to the pumping system!

BENEFITS

Ease of use

No need to hang the shower up: the water is pressurised using the pump.

Capacity

Capacity of 8 litres.
On/off button on the shower head to avoid wasting water.

Easy opening / closing

Wide opening for very easy filling and drying.

Easy transport

Carry strap and storage bag.

Compact design

Compact and easy to fold up: 44 cm x 25 cm x 10 cm
Storage bag.

Lightweight

Very light: 900 g
Rigid base for more stability

Optimum temperature

Temperature indicator from 30 to 40°C

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

WATER HEATING TIME

It is not easy to give precise heating times: this depends on the sun's rays, the way in which the shower is laid out and the initial temperature of the water.
As a rough guide, here are the temperatures observed after leaving the shower in the sun for an afternoon (outdoor temperature of 27°C):
In 2 hours, the temperature increased from 24°C to 34°C
In 3 hours, the temperature increased from 24°C to 37.5°C
To heat it up more quickly, lay the shower down to increase the area exposed to the sun.

INSTRUCTIONS

Do not leave your shower behind the windscreen of a car throughout the day in full summer to speed up the heating of the water. Our tests showed that this can heat up the water to a temperature of 80°C. Such high temperatures can damage the components of the shower, making them age prematurely, and, above all, be hazardous for the user.

Reviews

4.6/5 15 reviews
14 of 15 people recommends this product
Frustrating
John (United Kingdom) Used for 1 week or less
I have just bought this item - haven't even tried to use it yet and already I'm annoyed with it. When you open it up there is enclosed a sheet of paper with various diagrams on it to tell you how to prepare the shower for use. These diagrams are not particularly clear but, as far as I can see, they tell you to remove a plastic clip and then replace it with an IDENTICAL plastic clip, then to remove a plastic ring and replace it with, yes, an IDENTICAL plastic ring. What is the point of this?
It also tells you to remove a second plastic ring and replace with yet another IDENTICAL plastic ring but the second ring is impossible to get at.
There are no words in these 'instructions' just a few unhelpful line drawings so I can't possibly know why these plastic parts have to be removed and then replaced with IDENTICAL objects nor whether it matters that I can't access and remove the second plastic ring and replace it with yet another IDENTICAL ring.
I paid £34.99 for this item. Surely, for thirty-five quid, somebody, somewhere, could have sat down and penned a few instructions and maybe an explanation as to the reason for this absurd-seeming procedure?
And what about the second ring? Can I just leave it? Why does it ( and the other parts ) need to be removed and replaced?
For 35 quid I expect better.
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