If you need a portable option for the great outdoors, look no further than the Ecotemp L5 Portable Tankless Water Heater. It provides 1.4 gallons per minute of flow rate and runs on propane fuel.
You can use standard propane tanks with it (not included), and features multiple spray settings that allow you to select just the right amount of water pressure. It connects using a standard garden hose nozzle.
As far as the water temperature is concerned, you get to choose from 80-150 degrees Fahrenheit.
After 20 minutes of continuous operation, this tankless water heater will shut off automatically. As long as you have 20-100 PSI of water pressure going into it, it will function properly. Another thing that makes this portable unit great, is that when the power is out, you’re still guaranteed hot water.
How? The two D batteries provide a spark to ignite the flame that heats the water, thereby eliminating the need for a standard outlet hookup.
The Amazon review score really tells the tale on this portable tankless water heater, and with a 4.5 out of 5 score you can be sure that you’re really getting something spectacular. Let’s take a closer look at the feature list:
- .5 – 1.4 GPM Flow Rate
- 80-150 Degrees Fahrenheit Temperature Selection
- Liquid Propane Fuel Source (Tanks Not Included)
- Fuel Ignition Source: 2 D Batteries
- 20-80 PSI Water Pressure Compatibility
- 20 Minute Auto Shut Off Feature
- One Year Parts Warranty
- After being used daily for over 2 years, sometimes three times per day, this water heater provided outstanding outdoor performance
- Ecotemp is a high quality manufacturer of tankless water heaters, you won’t be disappointed by their products
- Even in remote locations like the mountains of Utah, this unit performed exceptionally well
- For an outdoor model, this item provides a great flow rate – Showers that never seem to end!
- Setup takes just minutes, and after that it makes hot water instantly!
- Works great on boats!
- Costs way less than many other competing tankless water heaters
- Temperature of the water remains pretty constant and scalding isn’t much of a problem
- You might need teflon tape or plumbers putty for the connection threads – Threads are a bit roughly cut
- Wind can blow out the pilot light on blustery days!