Human Creations ShowerEase Rechargeable Portable Shower w/ Valve Switch on Showerhead, 2200mAh - ideal for indoor or outdoor use
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- New design: Valve switch on the handle to temporarily reduce water flow while showering
- Pumps water directly from the bucket so you can enjoy a shower wherever you are
- Built-in 2200mAh lithium battery for approx. 60 mins of usage time; up to 500 recharges
- Quick and easy assemblage in minutes; no tools required.
- One-year warranty
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|Package Height||3.46 x 8.66 x 10.47 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1.9 pounds|
Shower with Ease!
With just a bucket of water, ShowerEase will give you the mobility to shower anywhere in comfort and ease. Not only is ShowerEase a great asset when camping outdoors, it's also great for cleaning your pet, washing the car, rinsing after a swim, or just having it for emergencies like bathroom remodelling or water heater malfunctions.
No longer will you be limited to built-in showers or have to find a tree to hoist a heavy bag of water so gravity can do the trick. With water flow of 0.7 gallons per minute (2.5L/min), the stream is gentler than your home shower but still strong enough to rinse soap off your hair and body. Its gentleness is also the perfect strength for giving a shower to babies and smaller animals.
Reduce water flow at the handle
True to its name, ShowerEase is outdoor showering made easy peasy. With the exclusive feature of an added valve switch to reduce water flow at the showerhead handle, other portable shower designs on the market will simply seem counterintuitive in comparison.
Save yourself the hassle of reaching down to power off the motor when you only want to temporarily pause it to shampoo your hair - especially when you need to save water the most!
The valve will also allow for water flow adjustment, perfect for when you need an even lighter, more gentle stream.
- Water Temperature Tolerance: 50F - 122F
- Water Flow: 0.7 gpm
- Hose Length: 6 ft
- Charging Method: any USB output of 5V, 0.5-2A
- Charging Time: 2-5 hours (depends on power source)
- Pump diameter: 3.26 inches
- Waterproof battery case and on/off switch
- Showerhead nubs: Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR), Latex free
Package contents: showerhead, showerhead valve, pump, hose, connectors, O-rings, hook, suction cup, USB charging cable and manual
Removable built-in filter stops debris from entering water
Recharge anywhere that accepts a USB cable.
Shower handsfree with the provided hook or suction cup
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Top Customer Reviews
The "o" rings may be another issue for prospective buyers...when you read the instructions, you will notice separated parts. The black o ring is actually mounted inside the showerhead handle, so you cannot see it. So save yourself the trouble of searching for it. If you have any questions or concerns, contact the vendor as she is helpful.
The showerhead does not leak anywhere when in use. The battery pack seems to work properly, it charges fine with the supplied cable, which requires a usb port to charge, and not regular 120v household current. I just plug it into my computer, to charge. A red light appears while charging, and turns blue when done charging. The power pack's on/off switch works great. If you have concerns about the battery pack getting wet and destroyed because it needs to sit in water, it will not, well not so far with mine anyway...the power pack seems completely water tight. It recharges great, and powers the showerhead just fine. The shower is non-pressurized which means you won't get powerful jets streams, but just a nice steady flow of streaming water. The product's parts seem to be sturdy plastic and vinyl, aside from the batteries, which are encased in a thick plastic housing. The bottom is able to snap off so that you can clean out the black filter inside. There are four corner screws there, which I assume is where the batteries are stored. The product can take warm water...I used about 110 degrees F, which is very sufficient. I have used this product for approx. 10 showers so far, and it still performs, and charged the battery in 1 1/2 hours. The battery pack does not feel warm when charging, but it's a little warm where the plug's light is.
The showerease has it's advantages just like other similar products on the market. It is mobile, and if you use the on/off switch on the power pack itself, it will definitely save you money on your water bill. When you are done showering, you will notice the sound of water sloshing around in the showerhead (handle part). To empty it out, leave the shower valve in the open or "on" position (on the handle part), hold the showerhead up in the air with the powerpack swith off, and lift the powerpack out of the water. The water in the handle will drain out. The Showerease definately helps us to conserve our precious water, and is great for camping where showers are absent. Happy showering.
Warmed up water on the stove and hot showers again. I charged the unit for the recommended time, can't recall exactly, a few hours. ( I used a plug in USB charger I had bought from somewhere, a cheap one. Put it in the box to ensure I have it later if needed.) Sealed it back up, turned it on and dropped it into the water. After a few seconds for the pump to prime the hose it started working. Love the little shut off valve just under the shower head, saves water without having to turn off the pump. (Shut off the flow good for me, seem others had an issue.)
Now that the hot water is back at the house I plan to use it to wash my dog and keep for emergencies.
I wrote a review of that pump, which only complained about a weak plastic stem on the pump assembly. I'm going to reorder that shower and be more careful.
The weaker water pressure in this pump is remarkable because these two pumps look exactly alike and seem like they are manufactured by the same factory. Everything looks exactly the same, (except blue vs orange). BUT, the orange pump has much better water pressure, at least among the two that I received.
Two other notes - 1) I grafted a 10' tube extension to each one. They can push the water through that extra footage. 2) gooey black sediment developed along the tube like cholesterol ... i think it was because of my very hot water melting engine parts, not mold ... worth further analysis.
Net-net, I'd buy https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00IFHFJXI/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1 based on my limited experience.