Loader wrote:I know a couple people have purchased the Coleman battery operated portable shower Coleman Shower
I even remember reading someone had modified the shower head with a different type outlet. I can't seem to find that post now. If anyone has modifed this unit, or installed it, I would appreciate some pics.
I picked this unit up at my local BX, the price was right, figured it would be worth trying to use as a water pump.
The only adjusting I found is on shower head itself. You rotate the the nozzle, and the stream changes from the inner to outer ring of holes. (Hope that makes sense).
As for mounting the base, haven't looked real close as to where to put it. You?
Ira wrote:I'm trying to come up with a base/power mounting solution where you use your finger, and not your foot. I was thinking about under the countertop, with the button facing down. (I don't want to drill a hole into the countertop just for this.)
It's just that the power base doesn't have any handy holes to just screw into for mounting. Like, we would need some kind of straps/bracket to mount it under-counter or on a side wall.
Loader wrote:Good thing there is a beer or 3 in the fridge.
EZ wrote:Ira, if you look at my pic you will see a pull-on switch (bilge pump switch?) from the boating supply place to turn on the water. Of course that required a hole and you don't want a hole. Hmmmmm.
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