Helio Compact Pressure Shower by Nemo
Sometimes what you really want to round out a perfect day of motorcycling, hiking, mountain biking, or surfing is a good hot shower. Our Helio™ Pressure Shower comes in a small, neatly nested kit, weighs less than a liter of water, and provides 5 to 7 minutes of steady and satisfying water pressure. Unlike conventional gravity-fed, hanging shower systems, the Helio™ system uses an 11 liter welded fabric water tank pressurized by a foot pump. To use the system, you simply fill up the water tank, let it warm in the sun, set the tank on the ground wherever you’d like to shower, then step on the foot pump a few times. Pumping occasionally while showering maintains the water pressure. The system includes the water tank, Helio™ foot pump, 7 foot neoprene shower hose with nozzle, and a ventilated fabric carrying case.
Though roughing it is a welcome part of many adventures, sometimes what you really want to round out a perfect day outside is a good hot shower. Our freestanding Helio™ Pressure Shower comes in a small, neatly nested kit, weighs less than a full Nalgene®, and provides 5 to 7 minutes of steady and satisfying water pressure.
> 2.9 gal (11 L) capacity
> 22 oz (650 g)
> Eco-PU coated polyester
> Multiple uses from camp shower, dish duty, rinsing off pets, rinsing off your motorcycle & boots, rinsing off your bicycle, rinsing surf gear, rinsing sand off feet and gear and many more uses
> 5 - 7 minutes of water pressure
> 7 ft hose with spray nozzle
> Foot pump regulates water pressure
> Packs small in a ventilated, zippered carrying case
Helio Pressure Shower Wins Gear of the Year From Men's Journal
"A backcountry shower may sound like too much of a luxury to fit in your pack, but the Helio stuffs down to a respectable 5.5" x 8.5" package and weighs a modest 25 ounces. Step on the foot pump to increase the pressure and enjoy the spray nozzle jet (and fairly warm water, too, if you let it sit in the sun all day). And why even worry about packing it??" it's an especially welcome relief back at a car base camp after a muddy ride or dank, dusty day of canyoneering."