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Subject Topic: Best/Easiest Portable Toilet?
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Message posted by lidds005/6/2017 at 8:02am
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Quote: Originally posted by Talisca Adrian on 24/5/2017
I have Cleanwaste Go Anywhere and it is one of the best portable toilet on the market . This is literally a complete portable toilet system. Not only does it include a portable toilet but it also includes a privacy shelter. The whole toilet including the shelter neatly packs up into the supplied backpack for easy storage and transportation. The total weight of the toilet and accessories in the backpack is only 18 lbs. This toilet works a little differently to the most competitors in that the waste goes into a biodegradable sack. Added to the sack is some special; powder that turns all the liquid waste into solids. The waste bag is then sealed and disposed of complete.http://www.pickatoilet.com/best-portable-camping-toilets/



Ah, be honest, you joined the forum and found a ten year old toilet thread to advertise a product, didn't you?!

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Big shout out for the Kampa Khazi!!! No frills..no chemicals..good exercise for the Mrs first thing in the morning skipping across to the disposal point...can be filled with other camping equipment whilst travelling...good for keeping your beer/wine chilled if filled with cold water...good substitute for cricket stumps should a game start up...the inner black bucket can be used for your fishing bait--temporarily storing captured tadpoles /small fish/frogs-----and all for about £20!!! Whats not to like?

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I've used the Thetford 550 E recently. But there are a few decent suggestions here http://www.thetoiletthrone.com/the-best-portable-toilet-reviews/http://www.thetoiletthrone.com/the-best-portable-toilet-reviews/ simple to empty and clean. Hasn't done me wrong yet. I had a Dometic 972 in the past but didn't last too long.

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Win one!!

It's under competitions -      Win a Kampa Portaflush 10 Portable Toilet!

I'm not interested. I spend enough time at home cleaning toilets, so when I'm away I'm happy to use the site ones.

Message posted by mzzy18/6/2018 at 11:01pm
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Best loo Iíve had is a luggable loo!
Basic but sturdy, doesnít leak.
Had a flushing Thetford lol, but it leaked from where 2 bits joined.
Had a Kampa karzi was ok, but bulky to pack.
Luggable loo, brill 🙂

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I have the Kampa Khazi and love it but my DH complains every time we go away because of its pack size.
Now when we transport it, I usually put my fairy lights (sealed in a plastic bag) into the inside bucket. I have also purchased the cover to keep the lid closed whilst it's upside down and then fill the underside area with lots of small items and it doesn't feel so much like a waste of space! Well, that's what I tell my DH

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Yes some of the toilets linked to are not available in the UK.

Has anyone tried this one? BranQ. Seems small, simple and cheap. To be honest itís mainly for the kids to use in the night-time. Our car is already rammed so I just donít think we could fit in anything like the Thetford.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Portable-Camping-Detachable-Outdoor-Festival/dp/B01FQXRJD........

The Pett / Cleanwaste one looks good for pack-size, but for £80 Iíd rather manage with a bucket!

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Will this thread never die?! Started in 2007 by someone who joined UKCS to post the question and never came back. Dug up again in 2017. And back a year later! Seems the choice has increased over time, though OP will have bought his loo long ago.
I remember another thread about lining the toilet bowl, and someone used cling film. I'm still trying to work that out.

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Which brand portable toilet is the best at 2019? It is little bit old post and not sure which portable toilet I should choose. My budget is under 500 bucks.

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Possibly get one of these within budget;



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I know this is an old post resurrected but still think the cheapest portapotti is good. We used one for years when we had TT and FC. Never had any problems, it didnt leak and was easy to keep clean. Which ever make I wouldnt bother spending money on a more expensive model. Even the cheapest in each manufactures ranges do the job so to speak.

Message posted by chrisn719/3/2019 at 1:38pm
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Still got a Porta potti in the loft after a new van came with a built in - not that it get used there of course...


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