Using the shower in a van is great, but there is always the worry that the water will run dry when you’re half done. If you don’t want to get caught short with suds in your hair, then try fitting an Ecocamel showerhead.

The unit claims to reduce water consumption by 45% through a device at the base of the handle that creates a mix of air and water. This mixture increases the pressure of the flow, delivering water at high speed so you get wetter faster than if using a standard shower. All this results in a stress- and suds-free wash.

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Using the shower in a van is great, but there is always the worry that the water will run dry when you’re half done. If you don’t want to get caught short with suds in your hair, then try fitting an Ecocamel showerhead.

The unit claims to reduce water consumption by 45% through a device at the base of the handle that creates a mix of air and water. This mixture increases the pressure of the flow, delivering water at high speed so you get wetter faster than if using a standard shower. All this results in a stress- and suds-free wash.

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