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Coghlan's Camp Shower

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  • This lightweight, non-toxic PVC Coghlan's Solar Heated Camp Shower stores enough water for 3-4 showers
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Product Description

This lightweight, non-toxic PVC Coghlan's Solar Heated Camp Shower stores enough water for 3-4 showers. Compact and easy to use, includes cord for hanging, you will never take a cold shower while camping again.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 13.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000VNITQS
  • Item model number: 9965
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (155 customer reviews)
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You're at a campsite with no showers, but if you have this thing, you can get clean!
Ohh Yeahh Likely Story!
It heats up the water to normal shower temperature when in the sun, but be prepared for a cooler shower if it's gloomy/overcast outside.
lmolloy
Bag is very hard to find a good place to hang and keep in mind how heavy this thing gets when full.
George Boase

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Lawrence D. Holl on June 10, 2010
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Although this item is not very fancy, It is well constructed and does the job. Seams are holding up well and it heats up after jsut a short time in direct sun (about an hour or two) It unfortunately lacks the handy feature of some showers that allows control right at the shower head by pulling in and out but for the price you cant beat this shower.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Glenn Maldonado on November 15, 2010
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Took this on our camping trip this past summer and it was perfect. The water we were filling it with was ice cold but just a couple of hours in the sun and we had enough hot water for the ladies in our group to be content. If you're camping in a place without showers this is a great (not to mention INEXPENSIVE) solution.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Millet on August 23, 2012
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I am an avid car-camper, who is really particular about having "running water" for purposes of a shower or handwashing station. This is a good product. If you camp during the summer, it only takes around an hour for the water to warm up. The hose is also good because you can control the difference in flow of the water, as opposed to other camp showers where there is only one flow of water. I gave it one star less than perfect because it is not. The clamp for the hose to turn it on and off is sometimes hard to work with. You have to really make sure to squeeze the clamp super tight in order to seal the hose, otherwise, the water will drip out. Also, one minor criticism is that the hose is somewhat flimsy so when you store the shower, make sure the hose is not folded, otherwise, the next time you use it, the hose will be bent. Bottom line: if I needed another shower, for the same price, I would choose this one again.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By I. Finicle on May 9, 2012
After picking a camping spot that forced us to hike in a bit, we were lucky to have restroom amenities close by (however disgustingly terrible the smell), but of course, no showers.

I can be high or low maintenance, but as a woman, this shower rocked my world. The 'grimy' feeling you get after a day or two of camping can be completely solved with the use of this basic contraption.

You do have to plan ahead and hope for a sunny day, but when the day is done, it is all well worth it.

After a day of swimming, I went to the shower that I had filled and positioned that morning below a tree branch and right next to the clothesline. I asked everyone else in the group if they wanted a shower and no one did (silly people, they did NOT know what they were missing out on). I sat there and soaked up nearly all 5 gallons of that delightfully warm shower, which was WAY more water than I really needed. If someone else, or even more people wanted to utilize it, I suspected that it would have been quite sufficient in regards to the amount of water necessary.

I've seen other products out there that require batteries, etc, etc, but as long as you have the power of the sun, this little beauty made me feel like I quickly went home to freshen up and then just tele-ported back for more camping fun!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By K. Slay on September 2, 2010
I went camping for 3 days and this was excellent for washing hands, dishes, rinsing off after a swim. The plastic of the shower held up very well, had absolutely no problems with that. One problem though, because it uses gravity for water pressure, kinda sucks if you're trying to get really clean. Other than that, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Joel Schopp VINE VOICE on January 26, 2012
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The biggest problem I've had with this solar shower is that if you leave it in the sun too long it can get scalding hot. I solve that problem by leaving some space to add cold water. It seems durable and a hot shower feels great after working clearing brush all day on some remote land. Make sure to hang it high so you get adequate gravity pressure to wash your head.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Big D on October 1, 2010
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I bought 2, one for having hot water for dishes. They work great, and I saw the same one at Sports A. for $20. I recommend.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By William Van Brunt on October 8, 2014
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The "squeeze the hose" clamp is the best one can do with these cheaper level bags. Other models have a lever type valve at the bag (extreamly difficult to use as it is far away from the shower head) and the same type of lever valve ON the shower head. These both involve using two hands to control the water flow, which is either on or off, as no one wants to waste water. A third type I haven't seen around for a while is the showerhead being the valve, as you push/pull the showerhead. That one needs two hands also. Another problem with the lever type valves is they can become gummed up and very difficult to twist. Therefore, after using all types for years, I have to say the clamping type, where the hose is compressed, is one handed, and will not fail. Good design on them.

However, one should know that ALL of the "black" relatively cheap bags have a major flaw, and that is the handle. There are a few different styles, and the vinyl bag will rip around the handle....it happens a lot. The best way to avoid this is to never fill it completely full. Never more than 4 gallons. To make these bags last a long time, get two and never fill them more than with three gallons. The bag ripping at the handle makes it unrepairable and useless...DON'T fill them completely.

Also interesting is that the instructions to place the black side facing the sun is wrong. I have had bags the instructions printed on them to place the clear side to the sun, and that is correct. I've made tests, and the science we learned in 5th grade is correct. Yes, the "black up" will heat the water AT THE TOP, whereas, if the sun has to "go thru" the clear so it can be absorbed by the black, the hot water resulting will RISE, heating water as it rises. The "black up" will leave the cooler water at the "bottom". My measurements showed a 5degree increase for "clear side up."
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