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Multipurpose Hose Sprayer that Never Runs Out of Hot Water Introduced


Rheem, a water heating and HVAC company, introduced HotWave™, the multipurpose hose sprayer that never runs out of hot water.  Using tankless water heating technology to provide endless hot water outdoors - whenever, wherever, HotWave makes cleaning dirt and grime easier to help save users time and effort when washing their homes, patios, vehicles, pets, and a variety of other items. The Indiegogo Campaign, which launches today with a funding goal of $50,000 USD, features limited Early Bird specials of $89 USD, as well as several other rewards for backers.

HotWave is no ordinary hose sprayer. It’s plug-and-play design easily attaches and works with any garden hose. By incorporating tankless water heating technology, HotWave allows users to heat and access water from a single source.  For users, this means eliminating the need to go indoors to get hot water outdoors. With a maximum temperature of 110 degrees, HotWave allows users to change their water temperature instantly to accommodate all their washing needs.

HotWave’s multipurpose design features 4 spray patterns (Cone, Flat, Jet and Shower) that users can quickly and easily change by simply turning a dial.  Each pattern offers a unique water pressure and the ability to use cool, warm, or hot settings. This allows users to customize the spray for any and all of their personal needs. Because of this, HotWave makes cleaning dirt and grime easier, faster and more effective, saving time and effort when washing homes, patios, vehicles, and a variety of other items. Furthermore, it features a comfortable, ergonomic grip and easy-to-use trigger lock.

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