Geyser Technologies – Hot Water On-the-Go

Tech Report

If you’re a real outdoor enthusiast, then you’ll be a fan of this next invention. The Geyser System is the world’s most portable, hot shower that lets you take a hot shower no matter where you are. All that’s needed to get it going is one gallon of water.

All you have to do to get started is plug the Geyser into a power source such as your car or small deep cell battery.

This portable hot shower is geared towards campers, athletes, festival goers, all the dirty sweaty people who need a good rinse.

The two-tubed Geyser apparatus requires a car charger and takes 20-30 minutes to heat up your 4 quarts of grime remover.

All you have to do is open the lid and pour in a gallon of water. Attach a “Skrub” to the Geyser System and begin your cleansing with a steady flow of water. If you want a hot, refreshing shower, wait 15-35 minutes before turning on the pump. You can also have a hot shower in 5 minutes if you add a small amount of hot water from your camp stove.

Think about it, how good would it feel to scrub down after a long hike or camping trip without having to wait until you actually find a shower?

And not just for showers, Geyser can also be used to clean off dishes and gear. A sponge is attached at the end of the hose for continuous, but controlled, water flow which lasts up to 7 minutes per gallon.

When you do this, it’ll use less water to avoid waste. Water level sensors will let you know when you’re running low so you can plan as needed.

Simply, adventure is redefined with Geyser Systems.

For more information head over to today or donate to their Kickstarter.


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