Coleman Hot Water on Demand H2Oasis Portable Water Heater

March 6, 2018 - Comment

Always have hot water whenever and wherever you need it with a Coleman Hot Water on Demand H2Oasis Portable Water Heater. Using technology similar to a tankless water heater for your home, this propane-powered heater dispenses hot water in as little as 30 seconds. All you need to do is connect the pump to the

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Always have hot water whenever and wherever you need it with a Coleman Hot Water on Demand H2Oasis Portable Water Heater. Using technology similar to a tankless water heater for your home, this propane-powered heater dispenses hot water in as little as 30 seconds. All you need to do is connect the pump to the included 5-gallon water carrier, connect the hoses, dial in your temperature and your water will be heated up to 54 °F with a maximum temperature of 125 °F. It’s perfect for washing the dishes, taking a shower, or preparing a hot beverage when you’re in the great outdoors. The shower head can be placed in the adjustable holder for use as a sink faucet, or you can detach it for use as a handheld sprayer with the 6-foot, non-kink hose. A built-in lithium-ion battery, which can be charged from your car outlet with the included charger, powers the electic pump and LED display. When you’re ready to pack up, you simply disconnect the hoses and you can store everything in the mesh bag until the next time you need comfortably hot water while enjoying an outdoor adventure.

Product Features

  • Dispenses hot water up to 125 Degree F in approximately 30 seconds
  • Perfect Flow technology provides consistent performance, even in extreme conditions
  • Shower head with 6-ft. non-kink, silicone hose for convenient use
  • Heats up to 40 gallons of water on high on one 16.4-oz. propane cylinder (sold separately)
  • 3-year limited warranty

Comments

Hung Ton says:

It’s a great product, however I think Coleman should add a … It’s a great product, however I think Coleman should add a 120 Volt Household Recharger Cord to model 2302-B. it’s inconvenient for users for the first time without the 120 Volt Recharger that can use with the power from outlets.

Amazon Customer says:

Wife had to take a cold shower!!! I purchased this a while back in preparation for a trip. It was sketchy in the kitchen and worse out in the rough.Just finally got around to using it in the field and it was a fiasco! Battery wont stay charged and the pilot wont stay lit.I can hear the piezo firing and the burner running but as soon as I move it off of pilot the heater shuts down.Wifey had to take a cold shower and was not happy at all.Challenge now is that amazon only has a 30 day return window and I…

Blue toadstool says:

Not a satisfying shower. I did not like this portable shower enough and I returned it. The water pressure and the temperature was not good enough to take a satisfying shower. Lighting the flame is a challenge. I actually prefer boiling water in a large pot and using a sponge. I’m planning on buying a different setup.

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