2000007105

Coleman Hot Water On Demand Spray Adapter

Coleman Hot Water On Demand Spray Adapter

Description

The Coleman Hot Water On Demand Spray Adapter is ideal for a hot and light shower.

Features

  • 48-inch hose for spraying hard to reach items
  • Simple to attach to hot water on demand faucet
  • Large handle is molded for comfortable grip
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$29.99
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$17.62
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Use the Spray Adapter with Hot Water on Demand for a refreshing hot shower. Easily attaches to faucet with a quick connector. Handled spray head is ideal for a light shower. If using a shower enclosure, please set the Hot Water on Demand on a table outside the enclosure before using. It is typical to experience a slight change in water flow & temperature when moving spray adapter from high to low heights. Do not set unit on the ground to use.

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Coleman Hot Water On Demand Spray Adapter 2000007105 Hot water on demand spray adapter
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