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    They are not a small unit IMO only a little smaller than a house instantaneous HWS
    More stuff to take away, but the luxury of having hot water at the click of your fingers
    sounds inviting
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    Quote Originally Posted by threedogs View Post
    They are not a small unit IMO only a little smaller than a house instantaneous HWS
    More stuff to take away, but the luxury of having hot water at the click of your fingers
    sounds inviting
    Yea the whole idea of portable is crazy..
    I guess it's portable due to electronic ignition..
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    It's about the same size as a slab of beer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnie View Post
    It's about the same size as a slab of beer.
    Stubbies or cans?? 😉
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    Haha, guys, terrible of me. My apologies for coming in an out of your lives like a one night stand.

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    Thank you for the bump and thanks for the tip, hopefully I did it right this time?

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    @threedogs

    That is actually a small in-line filter and not a non-return valve. This filter would be good for relatively clean water from a bucket or jerry can. You could couple this with a Screen Filter (http://www.joolca.com.au/screen-filter) as linked already. The SF would sit inside the river/ creek and it would keep out all the larger stuff.

    Also, you'd be using standard LPG BBQ type gas bottles with these units. From what I understand, if you wanted to use the small gas canisters the unit would probably not work as the small gas canisters don't have enough pressure.

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    Did anyone end up with one of these and if so what are your opinions of it?
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    I love my joolca Hottap. Had a Aquacube before hand and purposely sold it with the camper trailer so I could get a Joolca for the new one

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