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Don't be caught without.
Don’t let dirt sit on your bike after a muddy ride when you have the RinseKit Plus Pressurized Portable Shower Hose handy. It has the pressure of a garden hose, and works without batteries or manual pumping, making it quick and easy to use. You can use the pressurized spray for up to six minutes, which is plenty of time to get your bike sparkly-clean, and the tank holds 7.6 liters of water, so you won't run out mid-wash. To refill, simply find a hose spigot or sink, and you're instantly ready for the next time you need a clean.
- Portable hose for rinsing gear or showering
- Pressurized spray for up to 6 minutes
- Holds 7.6 liters of water
- No pumping or batteries necessary
- Item #RNK0008
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
It's not a full blown home shower by any means but it does the job and is very portable which was key for me. I have learned to turn down the pressure a bit in order to get more time. I use it after my morning swims at the beach and am happy with it.
burned through 3 in less than a month
Got this as a birthday gift from my wife to spray off after surfing. I go out before work most days and the hot water capability got my attention
The first one showed up damaged. The latch was broken. It was brand new and we paid a good amount for it, so we swapped for a new one before trying it.
Second one showed up. Used the included fittings to hook it up to a hot water line. Worked great 3 times. Kids got a kick out of spraying each other off with hot water on a cold morning. 4th session it sprung a leak and wouldn’t hold pressure. Sent it back and got a new one. Backcountry customer service is awesome.
New one showed up. Again when it worked, it worked great. After about a week it started leaking too so I sent it back. Not going to replace it this time.
Read some other online reviews, and it sounds like this is a common problem. It’s cheaply made and splits at the seams. It’s probably great if you only use it with cold water, and don’t have high water pressure. But I I expect my gear to be a little more rugged and last longer than a week.
I switched gears and got an all metal (so it wouldn’t leak with hot water) hand pump bug sprayer. Removed the orifice in the tube, attached a garden hose sprayer head, and wrapped it with some neoprene from an old wetsuit. It was half the price and is absolutely bulletproof