Last weekend we went to the Outdoor Expo in Harrisburg PA to check out new products and kick the tires as they say on new gear.

One of the products we came across is called the RinseKit.

The RinseKit hose quickly attaches to your water spigot with a supplied quick connect coupler and fills the two gallon eon™ pressure chamber with approximately 65 psi of water pressure (standard home pressure) in 20 seconds time — and can hold pressure for up to one month. Simply attach the spray nozzle to the RinseKit hose with the quick coupler, select one of the 7 spray settings and fire away! This patented design has no moving parts and can be filled with hot or cold water an infinite number of times. (Source:

We got to see this kit in action and it really did fill in 20 seconds, it ran for about 4 minutes and had the same flow as a typical garden hose. It uses a 7 position garden sprayer nozzle making it versatile enough for most small jobs. It would be interesting to see if a pressure wand could be used.

The tank is made from a hard polymer plastic like a Pelican case. The lid can be used as a seat, removed to stand on, or left in place as a table to set items on as you wash.

Retail price is a scant $89.99 and if you think of the versatility of this that’s a bit of a bargain. This is prefect for those in apartments or other areas where getting a hose out to wash your car, bike, or any other activity is a pain. We also like the idea of taking it to the beach to wash the sand off or camping to get mud and debris off of gear. Tell us what you think! We are going to try to get our hands on one so stay tuned for a full review.

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