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Feb 2nd, 2016 at 3:53pm

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a mate of mine bought a gas portable hot water system at the Canberra show last year i tried and and loved it.
I bought one myself straight off their website for $269 using a promo card code my mate got when he got his.

Really good system!! just like having a shower at home. im lucky enough to get away a fair bit and this system is unreal, best thing i have seen, been great for the kids.

on the website its say $329 but use the code "FRIEND" and it knocks $60 off.

check it out!!
http://www.smarthotwatersystems.com.au/shop/smarttek-6-smart-hot-water-system/

 
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Reply #1 - Mar 13th, 2016 at 8:50am

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Nice Ad, Glen. Hope your "friend" sells a few. Not a bad looking set up though. It would be interesting to hear some honest reviews though.
 

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paulhenry wrote on Mar 13th, 2016 at 8:50am:
Nice Ad, Glen. Hope your "friend" sells a few. Not a bad looking set up though. It would be interesting to hear some honest reviews though.

Gren87 has only posted once and that was to promote this hot water service.
Is this free advertising or what?
 

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While l didn't get it from Glen's mate, l bit the bullet and got another item to add to the ever increasing list of things that I have to take with us when we go glamping. It's a Bushmaster gas hot water system l got From ARB. It's a little bit of mucking around to set up but once l work out where l want everything,  l will slowly mount parts of it to the caravan for ease of use. In the photo,  l have it hanging off an old stand l had in the shed, which is suprisingly stable, but not exactly what I was planning as a permanent solution.  The water pump ( hiding behind our Cavalier ) should be able to provide pressure for our sink inside the van once mounted permanently.  Any tips or suggestions on what or what not to do would be greatly appreciated.
 

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What type of van do you have paulhenry.
I'm assuming you already have gas mounted to supply the cooker.
 

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I have a Jayco Swan Outback TBF and yes, we have gas plumbed through for the fridge and cook top. It also has a gas bayonet on the side to hook our bbq up to it. I'm kicking myself for not getting a second gas bottle mounted in the front boot now.
 

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paulhenry wrote on Apr 30th, 2019 at 11:04pm:
I have a Jayco Swan Outback TBF and yes, we have gas plumbed through for the fridge and cook top. It also has a gas bayonet on the side to hook our bbq up to it. I'm kicking myself for not getting a second gas bottle mounted in the front boot now.


I think you have a solution already mate. Just have to work out the finer detail. Will it all fit in the front boot?
 

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It probably would TBF, but I'm thinking of making a padded box to store everything in. I have a plumber mate I'll have to get to check it out and tell me my options.
 

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