Nemo Helio Pressure Shower (Grey)

April 17, 2017 - Comment

FEATURES of the Nemo Helio Pressure Shower System components include an 11 liter tank, hose with spray nozzle, pump, and carrying case The safety strap over the fill port prevents the tank from accidental opening during operation Easy to use foot pump can’t over-inflate and provides constant water pressure Components stow neatly in a rugged,

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FEATURES of the Nemo Helio Pressure Shower System components include an 11 liter tank, hose with spray nozzle, pump, and carrying case The safety strap over the fill port prevents the tank from accidental opening during operation Easy to use foot pump can’t over-inflate and provides constant water pressure Components stow neatly in a rugged, ventilated carrying case Great for showering, but equally useful for washing dishes and rinsing off pets and gear Helio is a portable shower system that provides 5-7 minutes of steady water pressure

Product Features

  • System components include an 11 liter tank, hose with spray nozzle, pump, and carrying case
  • The safety strap over the fill port prevents the tank from accidental opening during operation
  • Easy to use foot pump can’t over-inflate and provides constant water pressure
  • Components stow neatly in a rugged, ventilated carrying case
  • Great for showering, but equally useful for washing dishes and rinsing off pets and gear

Comments

ImNoSaint says:

Product failed, but Nemo made good. Can’t imagine camping without it. We’ve used a converted weed sprayer before which worked well but was a pain to pack. The Helio packs up small and compact, provides adequate pressure and when left in the sun for the better part of the day provides hot water. 

Eric B. says:

Great camp shower after tons of research. This is the one you are looking for. So I bought this to replace a Viking camp shower and I’m glad I did. This is the perfect case of “you get what you pay for”. I tried the hanging shower bags and had nothing but problems.. the water never got warm.. the bag was heavy.. and you had to find something stout enough to hang it from since they are all gravity fed. 

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