RinseKit bike washer review

Get your wheels squeaky clean

Our rating 
3.5 out of 5 star rating 3.5
GBP £90.00 RRP | AUD $150.00 | USD $90.00
RinseKit battery/pump-free washer

Our review

Battery/pump-free washer that’s surprisingly effective if you hurry
Buy if, You want a quick and battery/pump-free way to clean your bike post ride
Pros: Simple to use, well made, holds pressure
Cons: Cost compared to larger motorised units
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I’ll admit to being baffled by the claims on the RinseKit packaging that said no pumping or batteries were required to make it work. That head-scratching turned to cynical disbelief when I followed the instructions to detach the shower head and fill the tank via its shower hose and an outside tap. But then I pulled the trigger, and was pleasantly surprised…

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You can even fill it with warm water for a post-ride shower

While it’s definitely no jet wash, the stored tap pressure is enough for at least a forceful minute of washing and then another minute or two of increasingly gentle rinsing before it dribbles to a halt.

That’s enough to clean a single bike or get the worst off two if you’re really quick.

You can even fill it with warm water for a post-ride shower, and car-powered heater elements, a refill and repressurising pump kit will be available soon too.

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It’s really well made, simple to use and can hold pressure for ages too. The cost isn’t far off that of motorised units that hold a lot more water, though.

Product Specifications

Product

Name bike washer
Brand RinseKit

Description Battery/pump-free washer