RinseKit Portable Outdoor Shower | 2-3 gallons of warm or cold water | Pressurized Spray for 4-9 minutes | No Pumping - No Batteries | Great for Camping, Surfing, Pets, Sport | Convenient and BPA Free
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- RinseKit delivers a pressurized spray for up to three minutes
- Can be quickly filled with hot or cold water
- Pressure system that holds up to 2 gallons of water with a spray nozzle that offers seven different settings from jet stream to soaking shower
- 2 gallon pressure chamber, built-in ruler to measure fish
- Folding handle for one-handed carrying, and easy-to-remove lid to stand on for changing, the RinseKit comes with a Hose Nozzle, 6′ Hose, Hose Bib Adapter, On/Off Valve, and Quick Connect
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OutSol creates innovative, outdoor solutions for the outdoor soul. Its first project is RinseKit, born of the need for a better way to rinse off surfboards and wetsuits before packing up to drive home. Founder Chris Crawford brought this project to life starting with homemade prototypes and the feedback of the surfing community. Taking the best of these suggestions, RinseKit has evolved into a product that has a wide range of uses. True to these roots, OutSol is a collaboration of people who enjoy outdoor adventures—from surfing, to mountain biking to fishing and family activities like camping or a day at the beach—and have a burning passion to constantly search for ways to improve those experiences.
What is a RinseKit?
The revolutionary RinseKit is a portable pressurized shower/clean up system that’s like having a hose to go!
It's as easy as 1, 2, SPRAY!!
RinseKit is the only portable shower to have the pressure of a garden hose without pumping or batteries. RinseKit stores the strength of a regular household spigot or sink (with included adapter) and can be quickly filled with hot or cold water.
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rendering the thing useless! But before I bash it too much, I have contacted the manufacturer about warranty. Lets see how quick they are to repair, or replace the unit with out costing me too much in shipping charges...........Review to be continued..... I changed my review to 5 stars after contacting the company and sending a picture of the split tank, I am happy to say Rinse Kit sent me a brand new unit and prepaid shipping label for me to send back to them my old broken unit. I have to say that it is a great idea and the company truly stands by their product.
When I saw this and watched the demo's I really thought this would be the perfect replacement.
It's not even close. It does do what they say it will do, but I did not realize how limited that was until I used it a few times.
It has it's place, but it is no replacement for pump sprayers or the 12v portable sprayers available.
Strike 1; this may say it holds 1.5 or 2 gallons (depending on which ad you read),
but the pressure does not keep it flowing past the first couple quarts,
Even keeping it in mist mode the sprayer begins to drizzle, and there is no way to get the pressure back.
Strike 2; you ALWAYS have to use a spigot to refill/pressurize, and one is not always available.(and that's why we bought this, right?)
Strike 3; this product is seriously overpriced, cheaply made and provides a limited service for the space it takes.
Had it been around 40 bucks, I'd say it's an ok addition, but even priced lower it in no way replaces the $5-10
long term multi-use of portable hand or 1 gallon hand pump sprayers that you can fill at will from any source.
The lure of not having to "pump up the pressure" is a greatly exaggerated perk, vs running out of pressure and
not being able to do anything about it, without a spigot. I gave it 3 stars instead of 2 because it did wash and rinse
camping dishes in hot water for 2 days. ( 2 meals for 2 people- left kit in the sun and used mist setting)
I will say they have some great PR, ads and comments, regrettably that is what sold me.
1. It doesn’t hold enough water only 7 1/2 quarts.
2. You can only get six quarts out of it.
3. You cannot use it if there is not pressurized water at your campsite.
I made it into a five-star unit with one small modification. I added a valve stem into the top of the And carry a bicycle pump with a gauge on it. All available from Amazon. With this modification I can add an extra quart of water to the tank and get a full two gallons out. With 1 gallon of water you can take an adequate shower. Shampoo takes an extra gallon. Leave the tank in the sun for a while if you want hot water but be careful it can get awfully hot.
Our house pressure is 50 psi. I wouldn’t use more than this (DON’T use a compressure- it could explode!)
Because of the diminished air supply the first outpour of water will only be about one pint, enough to do your head. 15 strokes on the pump brings you back to 50 pounds of pressure. And enough for three pints to do you do your arms and upper body. Then 30 strokes or take you to 30 pounds and enough to empty the tank.
Little did I know when my husband purchased this that we would use it so often! He fills it up with hot water and we leave the Rinse Kit in the car while at the beach. We come back - covered head to toe in sand and it cleans off 2 adults, 2 kids and the surf board(s).. It has totally saved my car from being cleaned so often! We take it on our camping trips, we even used it when our water was shut off during a home water pipe repair.
The Rinse Kit has a shower attachment that is really high quality and the hose is long enough to hold over your head while standing (on the lid if you want to keep your feet clean!)
Every time we use this we get admiring looks and comments from people who ask us where we got it.
We love this thing - best buy EVER!