Solar Shower With Temp Gauge / 20L - by Leisure Quip

$ 18.95
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A solar shower that consists of a heat insulating water bladder, hose, shower head and temperature gauge. Attached to a Roof Rack Shower Arm, this solar shower keeps even the most rugged outdoor adventurers in sanitary condition.

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  • Built off-road
  • Holds up to 20L (5 Gal.) of water for a convenient hot shower anywhere.
  • Heat-absorbing design uses “Smart PVC” material to efficiently absorb solar energy to heat water inside the bag up to 113°F (45°C) in 3 hours with direct sunlight.
  • Constructed with environmentally-friendly materials.
  • Multi-layer bag design for durable leak protection.
  • Large shower head offers allow variable water flow and seals tightly when turned OFF.
  • Keep track of your preferred water heat using the built in temperature gauge. Temperature indication given in both °C and °F.
  • Leave it out on your rack where it can get full exposure to the sun and you have water hot enough to shower with.
  • Durable hanging/carry strap with side-release buckle and rubber handle allows easy mounting to Rack Mount Shower Arm, a tree branch, or wherever!
  • Velcro tabs on shower bag holds the shower hose when not in use.

Consists of:
1 x 20L (5 Gal.) Shower Bag
1 x Shower Hose
1 x Shower Head with on/off Dial

Materials used:
Eco-friendly nylon-coated Smart PVC

Product Dimensions:
Folded in Mesh Bag:
330mm (13") L x 127mm (5") W x 77mm (3") H

Unfolded Flat (Reservoir Only):
475mm (18.7") W x 508mm (20") H

Hose Length (not including shower head):
635mm (25")

470g (17oz)

Fitting instructions are not available.

Product Questions
What is the rate (°C per hour) at which the water would be warmed by the solar panel for different day temperatures?
Question by: Des Salzmann
Hi! This solar shower uses the insulated bladder to capture the heat from the sun so the rates will depend on the exterior temperature and amount of direct sunlight the bladder receives.
Answer by: Front Runner
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