The Sea to Summit Pocket Shower. The Pocket Shower is made of the same waterproof fabric and roll-top closure as our standard dry sacks. Built into the base is a compact showerhead that operates with an easy-to-use on/off twist mechanism. The twist spout also serves to adjust the flow of water, delivering an efficient trickle up to a free-flowing shower. Fill the 10 Liter (2.6 gallon) Pocket Shower, roll it to close at the top and hang it from two tough Delrin D rings with the 20 feet of lightweight cord provided. The black fabric soaks up sun during the day at base camp for a warm shower or fill it at the end of the day for a cool rinse.
FEATURES of the Sea to Summit Pocket Shower
Super compact and light: zips into a small pouch and weighs just 4.25 oz
Gives about a 7-8 minute shower
Contoured shower head with graduated apertures for equal spray dispersion
Can be used as a dry sack when not in use as a shower
Bar tack attached Delrin D rings and 20-foot cord included
Rated 5 out of
Worth a lot more than what I paid for it!!!Must I write a review for a product that is this small and light provides me with a chance to get naked outside???? Just kidding! This is a priceless little piece of gear when you're planning a multi-day backpacking trip through the wilderness. There aren't many things that I can think of that are better than a nice refreshing shower after a long sweaty day in the woods. I love the fact that I can heat up water on my stove and even get a hot shower. I have also used this at wilderness campgrounds and let the sun heat the water while gone during the day. The nozzle is easy to use and doesn't leak. Great buy!
Date published: 2010-08-04
Rated 4 out of
Luxury meets lightweight affordability, love itIâve gone for years thinking the only way to get clean while backpacking was to take the old polar bear plunge in Lake Superior. With the pocket shower, I can have a great shower without having my extremities go numb! The flow is adequate but donât expect Niagara Falls. In general, I find I can take my time showering and have more than enough water. I recommend using a thin, lightweight piece of filter to put in the bottom of the bag to avoid clogging the spout if you are getting water directly from the lake without a âpre-filterâ.
Date published: 2012-08-17
Rated 3 out of
A good compromise for the back countryFor a shower in the back country, it does the job. Sure, there are things that can be improved here - the flow on the nozzle could be better, the o-ring is a little temperamental and can drip if overtightened, the bag could be lighter... but for the price point, there isn't anything on the market that delivers a shower like this within it's weight class that I have found - so it has a place in my kit. A note for new users out there: While the bag is black and might heat up under hours (or a day) of direct sunlight, don't expect the performance of a solar shower (which comes in at 3x the weight). When I use this, I half fill it and then add a pot of boiling water to it straight after I cook breakfast to take the edge off. Either that, or I just take an ice bath.
Date published: 2014-11-03
Rated 5 out of
Size is everythingThis is the best shower I've eve owned. It's compact, even fits in your pocket. The top seals like a dry bag seems to hold the water very well. The spout has a slow drip but it hasn't bothered me so far. I've used it with heated water and it works perfectly, and after the shower I refill the bag and hang it. The easy on off valve works perfectly for removing the heavy food stuffs off of plates and silverware. The bottom line is it only weighs a few ounces and packs away like it was never there.
Date published: 2014-05-13
Rated 5 out of
Very lightThe only thing I hate about it sometimes it leaks. ,,probably because i always over tighten the nob
Date published: 2012-09-03
bvseo_cps, prod_bvrr, vn_cps_3.1.6
co_hasreviews, tv_0, tr_5
loc_en_US, sid_10046832, PRD, sort_relevancy
bvseo-msg: The resource to the URL or file is currently unavailable.;