Solar Powered Garden Shower


Hot Garden Shower

Say you’ve been playing in the garden on a cool inflatable water slide only to discover somebody has been cutting the grass. This means as well as having grass stains on your knees you also have to risk the wrath of the lady of the house when you pad grass clippings through the kitchen. What you need is a shower outside and this is the coolest and hottest outdoor shower I’ve seen!

The solar garden shower is a cheap to run (though maybe not to buy) and ecologically friendly shower for the garden. Simply connect it to a normal garden hose and in 30 minutes (on a sunny day) you’ll have enough hot water for up to 5 showers.

The solar shower heats the water to 50°C which should be plenty hot enough for most people, if you fancy a cooler garden shower you can use the mixer tap to get your desired temperature.

Now if only I had the money and space for a pool I’d be adding this to my wish list. The solar garden shower unit is available from Pro-Idee in the Uk for £495 (fit bird in red swim suit not included :)).

3 reviews or comments

J-C Duvillier Says: February 4, 2007 at 11:32 am

Avez-vous un agent en France?
Avez-vous un site avec une description en français comprehensible?
Si ce n’est pas le cas, avez-vous des references de fourniture en France. If easier for you, I’ll translate this in English.

galvanized tub Says: May 13, 2010 at 2:06 am

This seems ideal if you’re out and about, but likely to need a shower in the middle of nowhere. The shower zips into a 45mm x 80mm x 140mm pouch and weighs just 120g, but when unfolded, it can hold up to 10 litres of water. You basically fill the shower up with water, leave it in the sun for a few hours to warm up, and then wash!

inflatable pool float Says: May 30, 2010 at 2:11 am

Cool. I can imagine that it will be fun to have shower tool in the garden. Especially in summer month, this equipment can cool down the heat. I was thinking to have this outdoor shower in my next pool party. Cool. nice article.

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