Is this the BEST RV SHOWER?

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RV camping is all about water management. At the same time, we all love hot showers with good water pressure. That’s why we own an Oxygenics showerhead ( It delivers the best RV shower we’ve found.

Life without fresh water quickly becomes intolerable. If you are camping at a campground with water and sewer hookups, then your needs are met. But if you are boondocking or dry camping – camping without any water hookup, which my wife and I do often – you are reliant on a limited fixed supply. It’s critical that you use water wisely.

What other (clean) website takes you into the shower? Yep, our Navy showers last about this long in real life. But they are surprisingly satisfying, partially thanks to the Oxygenics showerhead.

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No matter what kind of RV you own, you probably have a fresh water tank. That tank contains a limited supply of water that you use for drinking, cooking, washing, showering, and flushing. Our freshwater tank holds 54 gallons of water. Until a person goes RV camping, they have no idea how much water they use on a daily basis. In the United States, the average water usage per person (amongst non-camping persons) is 80-100 gallons per day. Think about that for a moment.

Let me repeat: we have a 54 gallon fresh water tank in our Airstream. The average daily usage for two people is 160-200 gallons. If we used water in the same way non-camping people do, our freshwater tank would be dry by noon every day! We’d constantly be running out of water, and life would be a pain in the buttocks area. But we don’t, and it isn’t. Here’s why.

Over the years, we’ve learned many techniques that help us conserve our water. Today we’ll take a look at showering in the RV when dry camping, and a product we’ve found very helpful to our cause: the Oxygenics BodySpa Handheld Showerhead.

When we are dry camping, we take military inspired “Navy showers.” Believe it or not, you can take a satisfying shower in just a couple of minutes, barely using any water at all.

The whole process doesn’t take very long. What’s surprising is how good you’ll feel after the Navy shower. It does the job while consuming a minimal amount of water.

It looks like a Star Wars droid, but the Oxygenics showerhead is ideal for an RV for two reasons: it boosts water pressure and uses less water.

The Oxygenics showerhead is the best RV shower we've found. It delivers great pressure while also conserving water! Click the pic for more info.

The Oxygenics showerhead helps in two ways.

First, it delivers excellent water pressure. The design of the showerhead infuses air into the water, increasing overall pressure. No one likes a wimpy shower, yet many campgrounds offer poor water pressure. This showerhead helps eliminates the problem of low water pressure.

Second, the Oxygenics showerhead actually uses less water than a normal showerhead. The company claims that this showerhead uses “20-70% less water” than competing brands. This is a crucial advantage for RV camping.

By being miserly with our water, we are able to dry camp for days at a time. We’ve gone as long as six days without water replenishment. That means we’re using less than 10% of the water that the average American uses daily.

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