Yes that is the bigger one camping world has a portable smaller model for 159.
It has hooks on it designed to hang from a ladder or tailgate or tree or spouce..... oops.
It is about 1/2 the physical size and rating of the pictured one that is designed to be mounted perminant.
The portability factor is great with the smaller one guys like me could very easily have hot running water in a service truck out in the field with a water container a 20lb propane tank a 12 volt sureflo pump and that heater.
Marketed correctly this could sell to an eternity of unrelated markets.
Last Edit: Apr 6, 2012 16:32:22 GMT -5 by joecamper
This unit has intrigued me too. I do not have a bathroom nor shower in my '60 Airflyte, but would love to have instant hot water for the kitchen sink (i.e. washing dishes, hands, etc). The outdoor shower option is kind of interesting too...I wonder how you could mod the camper's water system to allow use with both shore water supply as well as the 12 Volt FloJet? I already installed a household style faucet at the sink and just used a Y connector to connect both "hot" and cold supply to the same cold connection. In my mind, I would just install a break between the line on the hot side and create a way to hook hoses to supply and return water to and from the heater that would be hung from a pole or tree outside... I sure wish that they had a more permanent tankless solution in the same price range that could be somehow be mounted inside the camper and vented...it would look a lot less rinky-dink than the hose option that I just described!