Rinse Kit - very cool idea

Your view on different camping gear, off-road trailers and nice non-electronic gadgets
Post Reply
User avatar
Bosfebok
LR 4WD Full Lockers
LR 4WD Full Lockers
Posts: 867
Joined: Thu Oct 01, 2009 8:55 am
Town: Roodekrans
Vehicle: 1995 Hilux Raider 2.2
Real Name: Otto
ORRA Call Sign: X248
Location: Roodekrans

Fri May 20, 2016 6:51 am

I would get one of these once they hit the market, given it will go at a decent price...

https://www.facebook.com/GIGadgets.Fans ... 501388705/
Otto X248
1995 Hilux Raider 2.2 EFI Turbo DC
Alucab Canopy with Kitchen and Recovery sections
National Luna Split Charge system and Dual Battery
80W solar panel and MPPT controller
20.5" LED BAR
5ton tow bar with recovery points
Nudge-M front bumper
80l Long Range Fuel Tank
90l Water Tank
Slide Drawer System
Safari Snorkel
Double Lockers - Toyota Electric selectable
Diff breathers
The worst anti hi-jack alarm system ever, SANJI!!

A bad day out is still better than a good day in!!

User avatar
Froll
Monster Truck
Monster Truck
Posts: 3282
Joined: Sat Oct 13, 2012 10:13 pm
Town: Vioolsdrift
Vehicle: 1995 2,4 SFA Hilux,Home made snorkel,Home made front bumper .
Real Name: Roger
ORRA Call Sign: N/A

Fri May 20, 2016 8:40 am

That looks like a very good idea, as you say if the priceis right. :thumbup:

User avatar
Bosfebok
LR 4WD Full Lockers
LR 4WD Full Lockers
Posts: 867
Joined: Thu Oct 01, 2009 8:55 am
Town: Roodekrans
Vehicle: 1995 Hilux Raider 2.2
Real Name: Otto
ORRA Call Sign: X248
Location: Roodekrans

Fri May 20, 2016 8:56 am

Nice thing it is mobile and not a fixture to a specific vehicle. This would make a nice addition to a 4x4 trailer.
Otto X248
1995 Hilux Raider 2.2 EFI Turbo DC
Alucab Canopy with Kitchen and Recovery sections
National Luna Split Charge system and Dual Battery
80W solar panel and MPPT controller
20.5" LED BAR
5ton tow bar with recovery points
Nudge-M front bumper
80l Long Range Fuel Tank
90l Water Tank
Slide Drawer System
Safari Snorkel
Double Lockers - Toyota Electric selectable
Diff breathers
The worst anti hi-jack alarm system ever, SANJI!!

A bad day out is still better than a good day in!!

User avatar
ChrisF
Top Web Wheeler
Top Web Wheeler
Posts: 8283
Joined: Thu Sep 17, 2009 2:56 pm
Town: Bellville
Vehicle: Langpad (RAV4)
Real Name: Chris

Sat May 21, 2016 1:46 pm

12V shower from your nearest camping store + a 7Ah battery + any water container.

Less space taken up during packing, and it does pretty much the same job.


OR

5 liter fumigation cylinder, pump up by hand, and now you have pressure to wash whatever.



OR

make this unit yourself - it is just the pressure bladder that gets used on/with small pumps for potable water circuits. The pressure vessel is available at almost any farmers co-op. Non-return valve on your filling line. And your gardena fittings on the other end.

Remember you cant fill this unit next to the river ....

effectively a new use for these tanks - http://www.daveynz.co.nz/products/pumps ... ystem.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

We already overload our camping rigs. Thus I did use the 12V shower approach.

Post Reply

Return to “Camping gear, Trailers and Other Non-electronic Gadgets”

  • Information
  • Who is online

    Users browsing this forum: No registered users