Sea to Summit Pocket Shower

Weighs 120g
Code: AW15509
  • £23.99
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The Sea to Summit Pocket Shower is a lightweight and compact dry bag with a built in shower head, ideal for wild camping and backpacking. 

Sea to summit says:

The Pocket Shower is made of the same high quality, wear-resistant, waterproof fabric as our Lightweight Dry Sacks and features the same roll-top closure. Built into the base is a compact showerhead that operates with an easy-to-use on/off twist mechanism to adjust the flow of water. The black fabric soaks up sun during the day at basecamp for a warm shower.

The Sea to Summit Pocket Shower is basically a lightweight shower system that packs down into its own little storage bag so it doesn't take up much room in your pack or pocket. It can hold up to 10 litres of water to give you a 7 minute shower.

It's made from high performance waterproof fabric with a large roll top closure for easy filling. It comes with a 6 metre anchoring cord and a contoured shower head with graduated apertures to provide equal spray dispersion. When your not using the dry bag for holding water you could also use it for transporting gear. It's an excellent piece of kit to take with you wild camping or trekking.

- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear

  • Super compact and light: zips into a pouch that measures only 3 in x 6 in and weighs just 4.25 ounces
  • Holds 10 litres for a 7 minute shower
  • Contoured shower head with graduated apertures for equal spray dispersion
  • Simple and easy-to-use twist mechanism for turning on/off and for flow adjustment
  • Bar tack attached Delrin D rings
  • 6m cord included
  • For multi-function, the Pocket Shower can also be used as a regular dry sack to transport clothes or sleeping bag
  • Weighs 120g
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Review Summary - 5 out of 5 based on 1 rating.
March 24, 2019 | Swotch
Best compression bag

More importantly than the shower feature, I use this bag to keep my sleeping bag absolutely compressed and watertight. To achieve that, you need to put your mosquito net in first close to the shower valve, then the sleeping bag. With the valve open, I kneel on the bag until the last bit of air is out, then close the valve. It won't be airtight for more than an hour, so I wrap the tent guyline around it much like tieing up a roast.

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