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The feeling of being squeaky clean and freshly showered is often a much desired but scarcely achieved goal when tramping about in the great outdoors. Wet wipes do a barely tolerable job, take up way too much space and aren't environmentally friendly.
Well the distant dream of being able to have a proper shower in the middle of nowhere is now a reality thanks to the pocket shower. This tiny gizmo unfolds to reveal a high performance waterproof reservoir that holds a mighty ten litres of water. The black fabric will (given a sunny day) warm the water up in no time. You just string it up to a tree and open up the attached shower head - hey presto, you can now luxuriate in a seven minute shower.
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I wasn't at a festival or camping but I used the Pocket Shower after a hard day grafting in my garage and garden. The sun was out and I thought I'd try it out. A couple buckets of warm water later, it was filled. No leaks and it appeared pretty sturdy. There was lots of extra rope to hang it with. I had a shower, got wet, lathered up and then rinsed off, with a bit to spare. There probably would have been enough to wash my shorts out as well. Thanks IWOOT, another good product!
The Pocket Shower is so compact, you hardly know that you're carrying it. Very easy to use and a lifesaver after a hard day's trek. Wouldn't camp without it now.
The Pocket Shower is great value for money.
Great product and great value for money!
I think the Pocket Shower is brilliant because my family often go camping so this is a real help! Thanks!
This is ridiculously good. I was on my way to France and the shower was awful in the B&B so I got my pocket shower out and it is really nice and refreshing.
I have a chalet next to the sea with no electricity and ever year we spend two weeks there. After a couple of days you really feel you need a shower and I think with this nifty invention my troubles will be over. Of course in todays troubles with money people are often turning to camping in a tent and are worried about their personal hygiene and I would easily recommend it and when I gave to my Mum and Dad for Christmas last year they were easily impressed and bought it for nearly all of our friends.