A deluxe campsite hot water service, the Coleman Hot Water On Demand H2 Oasis Elite is lightweight, and fully portable and offers an ultimate outdoor shower experience plus a little bit more.
Once the powerful burner lights hot water flows in seconds, with up to 150 litres of water at a maximum of 50⁰C delivered from one Coleman Lightweight LPG bottle. The HWOD is an invaluable resource for all your campsite showering, cooking and cleaning needs.
A full digital display shows water output temperature, flame indicator and monitors the status of the Lithium Ion battery, while the Coleman Battery Lock system stops power drain when in transport and storage. Direct feed power can be used from the included 12V DC and 240V AC adapters, and two USB charging points add another touch of versatility,
Made tough with ABS plastic construction and aluminium grab handles, while an 8 foot non-kink silicone hose, brass quick connect fittings and a copper heating core combine with a four setting shower head equipped with a velcro hanging strap to make the Hot Water On Demand a tough and versatile outdoor hot water supply.
10 out of 10 the unit performs well, we have used many times out bush with no problems. If u have unlimited river water u can shower for as long as u like..great product.. fabulous fast service thanks Snowys..
Excellent product. Worth the extra money for the upper model.
Excellent Unit!! Used it when I went Camping with the horses to have a shower and worked a treat I'm very happy 😊
pump leaked water from the inside seal and is unusable until I get a replacement. Just as well I tested it before going away. I now wonder just what else is wrong with it
Oh no! I'm sorry to hear that your HWOD service has sprung a leak, Phil. In case you haven't already, please give us a call (1300 914 007), we'd like to do anything we can to fix the problem. Laine :)
Fortunately we bought the gas bottle adapter and a gas cartridge for the unit as a back up for a recent short trip - the gas fitting didn't fit our small gas bottle so the cartridge was handy for first time use. The unit works well, but we used it to heat up a bucket of water to use with another 12 volt shower unit and an ensuite tent. The shower head that comes with the unit is useful but cannot be readily turned off and on to conserve water whilst washing.
We bought our HWOD for a mid winter camping trip in Central Queensland. I was a little dubious as it only heats the water to 30 degrees above the the current water temp, but this was more than enough. Water straight out of Eungella Dam, in the middle of winter and we had to turn the heat down. Get the gas bottle Hose connector as you will send yourself broker using the 1/2 kg disposables!
Amazing unit, worked really well in a very cold climate, would recommend this product.
Used the HWOD in the Vic High Country with temps down to 3 and the unit supplied us with hot showers very pleased with my purchase
Snowys provided us with great service and very fast delivery
heats water very quickly. On 'full' it reaches max temperature quickly and then shuts down . Adjustable shower head is useful
Hi, what temperature is the water at the lowest setting (if the starting temperature of the water is at room temperature)? I have read that in earlier models and some other brands the lowest temperature can often be too high so this renders it unpleasant to shower in, which is understandable for kids and sensitive skin.
We didn't have that information, so we gave Coleman a call and they've actually tested the temperature of the unit for us. It seems that the lowest temperature on the Coleman Hot Water On Demand H2Oasis Elite is approximately 22°.
Hi, do you still need an adaptor to connect a standard hose to the inlet of the pump? This would be for pumping from vehicle storage, where water is only gravity fed (no significant water pressure)? I have seen the part online...
The adaptor was for the older model of the Hot Water On Demand system, the unit that we have online is the latest version which doesn't need an adaptor.
There probably isn’t going to be enough water pressure from a gravity fed supply without a pump in the system, but the way around it is to use the pump and container that comes with the Hot Water On Demand system. The best way to run it is to fill the included water container from your vehicle, attach the pump to the water container, and you should be good to go from there.
Hi Can the new units be connected to a 4.5kg or 9kg gas bottle or can they only run off the small canisters
The Hot Water on Demand system can be used with a 4.5/9kg size with the right hose kit. We’re out of stock of the Coleman brand kit, but Companion make one that will work exactly the same way so we’d recommend checking out the Primus Cylinder Hose Kit POL.
G`day, I`ve had two of the old green Coleman units. Both have failed on me, and I`m very wary about getting ANY unit, regardless of brand. Both units failed in electrics with charging, and both units the pumps have failed, due to rusting on the impeller shaft, that wears against the water seal. So essentially seizes the pump. A poor engineering design, that seems to be inherent with all the brands. Have any of these issues been rectified, and can "this" unit be used while charging?
Hi Mike. This unit features its own pump that can attach to a water bottle or submerged into a bucket or tub. There is no need for additional pumps to get that great hot shower on your camping trip.
Hi there, 1. Competitor HWOD systems state how many 5 min showers one could expect from a single (full) charge of the onboard lithium battery. (eg. the Aquacube states 1 charge = 8 x 5 Min showers). Can you confirm how many 5 min showers the Coleman H20asis Elite is capable of? 2. in terms of gas, using the 468g cartridge on the medium heat setting for an average shower how many 5 min showers could one expect - and if connecting an LPG bottle (eg. 1kg) with these settings how many showers?
Specs say the dimensions are 42 by 25 by 53 cm. But seeing the pictures with a propane cylinder it seems maybe the dimensions are smaller? Propane bottles are 10 cm, and is doesn't seem like the width is 2.5 times the width of the propane bottle on the picture. I was wondering if I could get the dimensions of just the unit (or really confirm it is 25, 42, and 53cm? Also, wondering the length of the unit, not inuding the regulator and its protector number? Thanks!
Does the h2oasis elite come with a collaspable water storage container. And if so, does the pump diction end attach to the water bag?
I've read that if you stop the water flow from the shower head, the unit has to be restarted to start flow again. Apparently some sort of safety feature. Is this true? Also can you please advise how long it takes to recharge the battery back to full?
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