Camp Chef Triton Hot Water Shower Heater, 10 Liter

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Camp Chef Triton Hot Water Shower Heater, 10 Liter
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  • 60,000 BTU/hr
  • Heats up to 2.6 gal per minute
  • Fully adjustable heat and water flow
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    About this item

    Do you love camping, but secretly miss your shower at home? Perfect for longer camping trips, the Camp Chef Triton Hot Water Shower Heater gets you clean after a dip in the lake or hiking through the woods. This Hot Water Shower Heater is perfect for the bigger jobs when more water and more heat are required. With four adjustable temperature settings, you control just how hot or warm you want your water. You can choose from mist, shower and jet settings, just like your shower at home. Plus, the Triton Water Heater heats up fast —2.6 gallons per minute. Designed for outdoor use only, the Camp Chef Triton Hot Water Shower Heater includes everything you need to get a clean, comfortable shower in the great outdoors: a regular hose, hose connector, a shower hose and shower head.

    About this item

    Do you love camping, but secretly miss your shower at home? Perfect for longer camping trips, the Camp Chef Triton Hot Water Shower Heater gets you clean after a dip in the lake or hiking through the woods. This Hot Water Shower Heater is perfect for the bigger jobs when more water and more heat are required. With four adjustable temperature settings, you control just how hot or warm you want your water. You can choose from mist, shower and jet settings, just like your shower at home. Plus, the Triton Water Heater heats up fast —2.6 gallons per minute. Designed for outdoor use only, the Camp Chef Triton Hot Water Shower Heater includes everything you need to get a clean, comfortable shower in the great outdoors: a regular hose, hose connector, a shower hose and shower head.


    Camp Chef Triton Hot Water Shower Heater, 10 Liter:

    • 60,000 BTU/hr
    • Outdoor use only
    • The Camp Chef Water Heater, 10 Liter can heat up to 2.6 gal per minute
    • Shower head has four settings: off, mist, shower and jet
    • Fully adjustable heat and water flow
    • Uses two D cell batteries for ignition (not included)
    • Model# HWD10

    The Triton Water Heater Set includes:
    • One regulator hose for bulk propane tank
    • One brass garden hose connector
    • One 8' shower hose and head

    Specifications

    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Primary Color: Silver
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: HWD10
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 25.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 14.0 x 8.0 x 30.0
    Walmart No.: 550382310
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    7/8/2012

    Customer review by 78945613

    4.0 stars 7/8/2012 by 78945613
    by 78945613

    We used this for our annual family reunion/camping trip with more than 100 people and everyone loved it, we are thinking of getting a second one for next year becasue the line did get long sometimes. We had two shower enclosures and passed the showerhead back and forth so that the water was going constantly for a couple hours sometimes. The temperature is adjustable from scalding to tepid. Amazingly we only used one tank of propane. The only disappointments are that the plastic shower head gave out on the first day so we went to the local hardware store and purchased metal replacement parts and were back in business. Also, when you first turn the shower head on, the temperature is unpredictable for about five seconds so you need to be careful.

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    78945613
    Phoenix, AZ
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Very good shower
    10/24/2012

    Customer review by RayatSumterSC2012

    5.0 stars 10/24/2012 by RayatSumterSC2012
    by RayatSumterSC2012

    Bought this for a trip to Chimney Rock, NC at end of October. I had it used with a shower tent, and worked perfectly. The unit turns on automatically when it senses water pressure coming out the shower head, so when you turn the shower head off, the unit turns off. It has 3 knobs, one for temperature (lo to hi), one for water pressure, and one for ??? Searching online, I found a video showing where a guy had mounted his to a hand truck, with the propane bottle on the bottom of the truck. I did the same, and everything was compact. The pressure even on the lowest setting allows a very nice shower, and even when temperatures outside were in the low 60's, I did not have to put the heat setting on higher than "Low". Another reviewer said the shower head broke, but I did not have that problem. I had created an elaborate water tank storage, cause I was afraid it wouldn't heat cold water (<45 deg) hot enough, but really didn't need it. The construction is first-rate, and everything felt professionally made. I would recommend this to anyone who wants the comfort of a home shower while tent-camping...

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    RayatSumterSC2012
    SC
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Male
    Usage:A few times per year
    Excellent little unit
    6/26/2013

    Customer review by BushmanEngineering

    5.0 stars 6/26/2013 by BushmanEngineering
    by BushmanEngineering

    I purchased this item to replace a 40 gallon tank water heater at our cabin, remotely located on an island in northwestern Ontario. Since our sole source of electricity is via solar and none of the vendors of tankless water heaters I questioned could provide details regarding peak or continuous amperage draw, I quickly ruled those out. Too little draw will damage the inverter. Too much will quickly deplete the battery bank. Being that this unit does not require an AC connection, it looked perfect. Installation is simple and straightforward. After hooking it up, the burner would intermittently shutoff and not re-ignite unless whatever outlet was drawing water was toggled off then on or the water flow dial was tinkered with. After double checking the inlet water pressure and flow rate, the problem had to lie elsewhere. Just as a test, I removed the front panel from the unit and started it. With the front panel off, it ran flawlessly. As soon as the cover was put back on, it became intermittent again. Since Camp Chef's offices are closed on the weekends, we made do by removing the front panel when we needed continuous hot water and putting it back on when not in use. After speaking with a customer support representative the problem was quickly fixed: The thermocouple had popped slightly loose during transit. 2 phillips screws and a simple re-mounting of the thermocouple and we were back in business. Or so I thought. After about 20 minutes of continuous operation, outlet pressure noticeably dropped and the burners shutoff again. This time it wasn't a problem with the unit itself but with too much debris coming from the inlet line, plugging the inlet screen (water pulled straight from the lake). Removed screen, cleaned it, and all was well. Lesson learned: Install a better sediment filter ahead of the unit because the one on the foot valve in the lake is insufficient. The unit delivers plenty of hot water through a 1/2" line for ther 2 sinks, 1 washing machine, and 1 shower at the cabin. My only complaints are: 1.) The troubleshooting section of the operator's manual is woefully inadequate. 2.) No parts diagram supplied with the unit. 3.) On the Parts Finder page of Camp Chef's site, nothing is listed for the Triton 10l, not even a downloadable operator's manual. 4.) Documentation inconsistencies. Camp Chef's site states that 25 psi inlet pressure is required. The manual states a minimum of 35 psi plus a minimum flow rate (which I cannot remember at this moment). The site makes no mention of the required flow rate. 5.) Customer support is not available on weekends. Overall I'm quite happy with the unit. It efficiently handles the task I need it to.

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    BushmanEngineering
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
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    Works Great
    8/27/2013

    Customer review by mountedfire

    5.0 stars 8/27/2013 by mountedfire
    by mountedfire

    Took this on a 3 day camp trip with a family of 4.Everything worked great easy set up and plenty of hot water. Just to see if it could keep up the first trail was to turn it on high and leave it on for 45min non stop. It performed very well 2.5 gpm was like being at home.Water heats up with a 3-4 second delay awesome product.

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    mountedfire
    Bakersfield Ca
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 3 months
    Gender:Male
    Usage:A few times per month
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    Was much better then we expected!
    11/2/2013

    Customer review by CampingwithAdam

    5.0 stars 11/2/2013 by CampingwithAdam
    by CampingwithAdam

    I read & talked to many people about this product being a camp host & living in a campground for six months out of the year its hard feeling dirty all the time & being 6' 6" its hard taking a shower in are travel trailer. So I went out and ordered this online from walmart it was cheaper then the one at camping world & I read that that one has problems in the rain outside. The Triton only has problem blowing out in the wind worked fine in the rain so I took two empty pepsi cans filled them with water & placed them on top bye the vent on the top of the unit, problem solved in the wind. This until has incredible hot water in about 8-10 seconds & its own water pressure valve turns into a sauna inside are golden bear tent shower. Many showers were taking by us & friends & some campers too. Propane in this Triton goes a long way used about 10-12 gallons. I also put another fitting coming off the outlet of the unit & added an outdoor sink for are dishes & will be bring are washer next season so that will save us around 400.00 on are clothes. Very happy with the Triton THUMBS UP!

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    CampingwithAdam
    Gardnerville, NV
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:9 - 10 months
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
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    by Deena 6/9/2013
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    • A. I used this tent camping, and what I did was use a RV-type water pump that was rated at 2.5GPM (min needed to supply water in), plumbed it on top of a shop vac and filled it with water. It pumped the water from the shop vac base (14 gallons) into the water heater with enough pressure to provide showers.
      by RayatSumterSC20126/23/2015
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    • A. go to you tube
      by ibken5/19/2015
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    • A. It has to have a pretty good flow and requires a pump to run away from a pressurized water source. You can read the manual online it specifies a minimum rate required to pump water. They may also have another model that will heat better under those circumstances.
      by TXpeople20005/19/2015
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    • A. Buy a 12v pump from harbor freight and use it this way if the water is really cold turn it on put the nozzle in the bucket recirculate the water and in 10 min the water will be hotter then u need
      by mountedfire5/19/2015
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    • A. The unit requires a minimum flow rate of 1.5 gallons/minute at 35 psi to even ignite. Any lower and it will overheat and shut down. An external pump would have to be used. Given the limited supply of water mentioned in the question, I don't believe this unit would function well, if at all, in those conditions.
      by OutOnTheIsland6/23/2015
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    • A. Take a hose and recycle the water to heat any amount of water for as long as needed.
      by angelsr6/23/2015
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    Tankless triton water heater will be connected to valve spricet on furnace, Then the 50' rubber hose run up the basement to the bathroom and hand held shower be attached to hose or is there an adapter to fit the hose and shower head. Basement will be vented and this will only used in an emergency like hurricane Sandy. We had no water, therefore no hot water for 11 days. If so, we can run the propane tank outdoors. The basement also has crawl spaces under an extension which has 3 vents.
    by haiku 12/5/2012
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    • A. You need a hose with preasure to get unit to work. I dont thinkyour idea would work?!?!
      by CampHeaven8/7/2014
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    • A. It is a standard 1/2" fitting. It is exactly like an RV shower with flexible hose or one you get at Lowes in the shower / bathroom area..
      by RayatSumterSC20126/17/2014
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    • A. it is portable throw hose through window leave window open knock yourself out
      by ibken1/8/2014
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    • A. I don't recommend running this product indoors at all. The flames on the inside are open and even if you vent the exhaust outside, carbon monoxide can still leak out the bottom. It should only be run outdoors, this would be particularly problematic in the basement where dense carbon dioxide can accumulate in large quantities. That said, if you hang it outside your window and/or run a hose from the heater outdoor into the house it should work. Your other option is to set up an outdoor shower, nice and invigorating in the summer as long as you have some privacy. Plumbing has standard sizes and all of the hose adapters and extensions for the handheld should be available at a local store with some plumbing parts.
      by TXpeople20005/14/2015
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    • A. 3/8" should do
      by Stuman32059/18/2013
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