There are many portable water heaters on the market and the EverShower will function well with most of them.
The basic principle is that, instead of pumping the water from the tub up to the handset and around again, it pumps via a water heater.
Most portable water heaters will come with their own water pump. However, the EverShower pump fits nicely into the EverShower tub so you might prefer to use this pump instead.
In order to use the EverShower pump it may be necessary to convert the end of the water hose to a regular garden quick-connect system. If your EverShower did not include an adaptor kit then it may be easy to convert like this. Keep in mind that it may be necessary to soak the end of the hose in warm water first in order to make it easier to work with.
Alternatively, some portable water heaters work well with a separate, external water pump. The intake for these is usually just an open hose. If this is the case we recommend the purchase of one of these. These inline filters fit nicely into the EverShower pump’s saddle located inside the EverShower tub. The open hose can then be easily attached. I will be necessary, however, to first cut the intake nozzle on the filter on about a 45 degree angle so that it’s opening is not restricting the water-flow when placed onto the tub.