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Portable Camping Shower - Simple Shower
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Simple Shower – Portable Camping Shower – Water Bottle Attachment

The Simple Shower is a specially designed portable shower that attaches to just about any one or two liter bottle to convert them into a shower. No longer will you have to lift a solar shower filled with 20 or 40 pounds of water above your head to take a shower while camping – simply fill a plastic 1 or 2 liter bottle with warm water, or leave the bottle in the sun to heat up, and attach the Simple Shower for a quick and easy shower. It also fits Platypus collapsible bottles and bladders. At only 2 ounces, it's ideal for backpacking, canoeing, kayaking, hunting, camping, emergencies, cleaning pets, washing utensils, at the beach, and anywhere else a steady stream flow shower can be used.

Please Note: Bottle not included.

Directions: Simply fill a plastic 1 or 2 liter bottle with warm water, or leave the bottle in the sun to heat up, and attach the Simple Shower for a quick and easy shower.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 2.5 x 2.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Origin:  Andorra

Customer Reviews

An added bonus I didn’t realize when I bought it

27 people found this helpful.
 on March 11, 2014
By K. H.
This ingenious contraption not only fits standard 1- and 2-liter drinking water bottles (comes with 2 different “hoses” or straws), but it ALSO fits regular-sized juice bottles. The inside of the connector has screw threads to fit drinking water bottles, but the OUTSIDE of that same connector has ribs, which will allow you to push it into the larger mouth 1.5 liter OJ (etc) bottles. We don’t have drinking water bottles, but we’ve got plenty of juice bottles, which are more sturdy anyway and infinitely reusable.

Packable shower kit

30 people found this helpful.
 on May 25, 2014
By cas
Couple this with a 2 liter Platypus flexible water bottle and you have a shower kit that folds up about the size of a paper towel roll. You could even pack 2-3 bottles for a nice long shower. Fill them with water and leave them in the sun. The shower head fits the Platypus bottle perfectly. Packs much smaller than a 2 liter soft drink hard plastic bottle.

Perfect bottle for simple shower

23 people found this helpful.
 on August 24, 2015
By John
This simple shower is a a fantastic product. I have used it with 2 liter bottles but found it a pain. So I decided to look at my nearby store and found a bottle that worked really well with the simple shower and it has a handle. It’s an AJAX triple action dish soap bottle (2.66 liter). It did cost around $5 – $6. Now I don’t have to tear up my arm and wrist trying to use this simple shower with those pesky 2 liter bottles. I’m gonna spray paint this bottle black so I can fill it up, leave it out in the sun for awhile, and I will have some warm water for a shower. Make sure to wrap the top of the bottle with Teflon tape (use a lot) for a good seal.

Super convenient and has tons of uses

13 people found this helpful.
 on May 5, 2014
By Rob Gendreau
This is one of those “duh, why didn’t I think of that” products. Turn those ubiquitous botttles into showers. Great! No more messing with shower bags, which while I love ’em, are hard to fill (In fact I often resorted to using soda bottles to do that). Although the water coming out isn’t at high pressure, the fact that you can hold it close to the areas you’re rinsing makes up for that. And this has the added benefit that the water doesn’t get a chance to cool as much.

Simple, easy "Simple Shower" nozzle attaches to 2-Liter bottles & Platypus’s for field showering

14 people found this helpful.
 on November 18, 2014
Simple and easy. A handy addition when car camping with 2 liter bottles, or backpacking with something like a 2-liter Platypus. As a shower, it lasts slightly longer than the time it takes to pour the water out of the same bottle without a cap.

Wish I Had This in Iraq in 2003

27 people found this helpful.
 on December 2, 2013
By James V. Di Crocco III
This simple device would have been a big help to me and others in the Army and USMC during the Iraq invasion in 2003 when we sometimes went a week or more between showers. We had plenty of waterbottles, but did not have a good way of using them to this purpose. I am sure that it will be popular with the troops in Afghanistan and other similar locations.

Great Prepper and Off Grid Shower Device

5 people found this helpful.
 on February 11, 2015
By Annie Oakley
Why didn’t I invent this? It’s such a great idea. I was looking for an off grid mini shower I could use in an off grid house, while traveling or camping. I googled off grid showers on YouTube and this popped up. Once I watched the video, I knew I had to buy it.

Screws onto the Sawyer and Platypus water bags.

5 people found this helpful.
 on June 19, 2014
By Cal 20 Sailor
Although I haven’t actually used this yet, I did find that it easily screws onto the plastic Sawyer and Platypus water bags, increasing their utility for very little added weight–I have it stored in my mesh bag with my Sawyer filter and squeeze bags. The center hole in the shower head where the provided air straws fit for use with plastic bottles would probably need to be plugged with a twig to make the spray pattern more shower-like, but that’s a very simple, on-the-spot fix–I’d insert the twig from the inside of the shower head so it doesn’t get popped out when squeezing the bag while showering. Leaving a filled bag with a closed cap in the sun for a few hours should assure a warm supply of shower water–I’d opt for a 2 liter bag as the most practical size for a dirty backpacker’s shower at the end of the day…makes me want to go backpacking just to give it a try! Would probably work well for voyaging sailors, too…

It works

13 people found this helpful.
 on May 11, 2014
By Vivian J. Stansberry
Did what it was supposed to do. Reminds me of the sprinkle bottle my mother used while ironing. Before steam irons. I’m a old guy.
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