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    Also keep in mind Daz that Geko one does not include pump and other fittings that the Joolca one does
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    Quote Originally Posted by threedogs View Post
    How much hot water do you require and what for roughly.
    The hot water is mainly for showering whilst away camping in the bush ect... Iam happy just to use the old solar bag and can get 3 showers out of the 20L solar bag, but the girls (missus +daughter) still think they are at home with endless water to waste. I have a 60L water tank(stainless) that i put in the car when i go away,and depending on location have 2 more 20L jerry cans of water to take 100L in total . Thinking just going to retrain the girls on the hot water situation or start getting them to boil the water hahah
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    @caveman21 is it possible to buy two large stainless steel buckets to heat
    over the fire, while one is being used the next one is warming up.

    Its a great way to great hot water when dong the dishes as well. Just
    throw all the dirty plates into a plastic tub with some concentrated soap liquid
    tip in the boiling water and wash them when its cooled right down
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    Quote Originally Posted by NissanGQ4.2 View Post
    Also keep in mind Daz that Geko one does not include pump and other fittings that the Joolca one does
    You sure the pump is included?
    Looks like an option to me...


    Whats in the box

    HOTTAP Water Heater

    Shower Hose & Shower Rose

    Gas Hose & Regulator

    Instruction manual

    Mounting screws & Bolts
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    Yer thats a good way of doing it 3D with the buckets, only prob we go camping a lot in the summer months and here in W.A. the have a lot of fire banns,which sucks theres nuthin better than havin a campfire .So restricted to using gas burners most of the time (I just use the butane single burners) . If i was to get something like the JOOLCA HOTTAP would have to add a gas bottle to the mix as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by the evil twin View Post
    You sure the pump is included?
    Looks like an option to me...


    Whats in the box

    HOTTAP Water Heater

    Shower Hose & Shower Rose

    Gas Hose & Regulator

    Instruction manual

    Mounting screws & Bolts
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/JOOLCA-HO...AAAOSwdzVXim8q
    $399 all inclucive
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    Quote Originally Posted by the evil twin View Post
    You sure the pump is included?
    Looks like an option to me...


    Whats in the box

    HOTTAP Water Heater

    Shower Hose & Shower Rose

    Gas Hose & Regulator

    Instruction manual

    Mounting screws & Bolts
    I'm sure its included mate: http://www.joolca.com.au/hottapouting
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    Quote Originally Posted by caveman21 View Post
    Yer thats a good way of doing it 3D with the buckets, only prob we go camping a lot in the summer months and here in W.A. the have a lot of fire banns,which sucks theres nuthin better than havin a campfire .So restricted to using gas burners most of the time (I just use the butane single burners) . If i was to get something like the JOOLCA HOTTAP would have to add a gas bottle to the mix as well
    I take it then these are{joolca} are a better option than an On board Say Glind shower system.
    A friend brought an impressive heat exchanger and made his own
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    Quote Originally Posted by caveman21 View Post
    Fair enough... the prev links are to the $299 option sans Pump

    Basically they are all variations on a theme... Coleman HWOD, Companion Aqua Cube, Joolca etc are all portable Instantaneous Hot Water Heaters.
    Some use cartridges with LPG option, some use LPG only, some have integrated pumps, some will handle mains pressure, etc.
    They all work equally well.
    My Coleman lasted for 5 years till the pump crapped out, the Instahot on a Camper I borrowed over east worked equally well.
    The Truma I have on my van is pretty good also but they rely on storage so aren't a true instantaneous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by threedogs View Post
    I take it then these are{joolca} are a better option than an On board Say Glind shower system.
    A friend brought an impressive heat exchanger and made his own
    Joolca et al are stand alone, instantaneous, well at least while the LPG lasts... Glind mean you have to have the vehicle warmed up.
    Dolphins are so smart that within a few weeks of captivity, they can train people to stand on the very edge of the pool and throw them fish.

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