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Coghlan Solar Heated Camp Shower

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Coghlan Solar Heated Camp Shower


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Coghlan Solar Heated Camp Shower Features:

  • Lighweight non-toxic PVC
  • Water for 3-4 showers
  • Compact and easy to use
  • Includes cord for hanigng
  • 5 gal (20L) capacity
  • Style number 9965
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The Best So Far...
Comments:
I have tried several different Solar Showers (most all brands), and this is the best so far by quite a bit.

Coleman's is not even close. The material used to make Coleman's is quite a bit thinner than the material in this one it seems like.

The biggest problem with this brand, and all brands have the same problem so far, is that when its been lying in the sun the plastic around the handle gets soft from the heat, and after so many uses it starts to tear, and eventually the handle will rip right out.

I haven't figured out how to stop this, or even slow the tearing down.

The companies that make these could fix the problem easily if they wanted to, but then they wouldn't sell as many...

I will buy this brand again.

Anonymous
8/15/2015 2:09:41 PM
The Best So Far...
Comments:
I have tried several different Solar Showers (most all brands), and this is the best so far by quite a bit.

Coleman's is not even close. The material used to make Coleman's is quite a bit thinner than the material in this one it seems like.

The biggest problem with this brand, and all brands have the same problem so far, is that when its been lying in the sun the plastic around the handle gets soft from the heat, and after so many uses it starts to tear, and eventually the handle will rip right out.

I haven't figured out how to stop this, or even slow the tearing down.

The companies that make these could fix the problem easily if they wanted to, but then they wouldn't sell as many...

I will buy this brand again.

Anonymous
8/15/2015 1:11:28 PM
The Best So Far...
Comments:
I have tried several different Solar Showers (most all brands), and this is the best so far by quite a bit.

Coleman's is not even close. The material used to make Coleman's is quite a bit thinner than the material in this one it seems like.

The biggest problem with this brand, and all brands have the same problem so far, is that when its been lying in the sun the plastic around the handle gets soft from the heat, and after so many uses it starts to tear, and eventually the handle will rip right out.

I haven't figured out how to stop this, or even slow the tearing down.

The companies that make these could fix the problem easily if they wanted to, but then they wouldn't sell as many...

I will buy this brand again.

Anonymous
8/15/2015 1:10:02 PM