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It is difficult to take a shower when camping or barbecue in the wild. This portable outdoor shower bag can meet the demand well. The solar energy can heat the water temperature, which can be heated to 45 degrees in 3 hours, so that you can use hot water at any time in the wild., This advanced shower head offers an easy ON/OFF switch with LOW to HIGH water flow can satisfy your rain habit
The shower bag has a storage bag, you can put the phone key when taking a bath, the handle is made of comfortable silicone material, even if it is filled with water, it can be easily lifted, and the PVC material is wear-resistant, light and non-toxic.
Name: Outdoor shower bag
Specification: unfolded: 47cm×50cm
Storage: 12cm×32cm
Weight: 502g
Material: PVC
Shower pipe length: 45CM
After purchase, you will get: shower bag×1
Hose×1
Nozzle×1
Storage bag×1

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