Durable and lightweight molded plastic construction
One-hand flush design
20.1 L waste tank
Contoured, elongated seats for comfort
Hose connector for easy cleaning
Built-in chemical bottle storage
Make roughing it in the great outdoors a little less rough with the Coleman® Large Portable Flush Toilet. Easy to bring to the campsite, this portable toilet features a one-hand flush design to empty contents into the toilet's 20.1 L waste tank. Leak-free seats are contoured and elongated for comfort. Toilet also features a hose connector for easy cleaning and built-in storage for chemical bottle. Durable, lightweight molded plastic construction.
Rated 5 out of 5 by camperman47 very convient product
I bought this about a week ago for our camping trip and my wife and mom seem to have to go all the time and the park had a restroom but it was about 1/4 of a mile away from our campsite. It was very convient to have at the campsite late at night.
The product is made of good solid plastic .
I found that the flush lever was very hard to move . but quickly found out that if you just pull the flush knob out just a bit then slide it ,it slides very easly.
it did leak a little but foud out that if you put some vaseline around the bottom of the flush hole it didnt leak .
I doesnt come with chemicals for the tank , so you will need to buy chemicals for it . I got the Reliance Bio-Blue and it worked fantastic.
I rated this 5 stars for the ease of set up and total convience, and the durability so far it has been what we needed at the campsite ,, ( my mom in law praised me for having it).
October 1, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Jannie flush handle doesn't work
I have not really used it, only tested to see how it
worked. I purchased it mainly for emergency use
in some type of disaster time.
The problem is the slide handle on the lower front
that is supposed to "flush". I had to take the whole system apart before I was able to move the slide
handle. The "trap door" it is supposed to slide open was not moving.
I called the office about the problem, she told me don't worry, if it breaks we will give you a replacement.
Now that would not work if it happened during an emergency time.
She then told me just put some WD40 on it. So far I have done nothing with it.
The metal part of the handle just fits into a plastic piece connecting it to the "trap door" of the flush process, the plastic part
does not move freely so the metal bar part of the
slide handle will easily break the connection between the metal bar and the plastic part.
If that were to happen in a situation of an emergency time, the whole system would be unuseable.
Otherwise the purchase looked nice but was
August 1, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by mike10100 Portable toilet
East assemble and operation, There is no chemical inclued however so I had to make special trip to get some. Should be included with product. If you order portable toilet, order chemical with it.
May 16, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by KansasGirl Excellent Product
This is perfect for camping! The larger size means less dumping. Everything works perfectly.
One hint, put vaseline around the seal and it won't leak.
March 24, 2011
i have used it already and i found no leaks yet time will tell .if it does leak it would be around the inside if the cap ,just put some vaseline on the gasket ,it should solve the problem . the bowel is a little shallow but it functions ,just pull the lever to empty the bowel,and continue to use.i found no problem with the tank it self leaking yet .
At this time, I have not personal heard from other customers this product has a leaking problem. However, after you use this product and it does start to leak please contact Bass Pro Shops customer service department by calling 1-800-227-7776 or Coleman at 1-800-835-3278. Thanks
The port for emptying the tank is similar in size to most hose connections from an RV, but those are typically a quick-connect fitting, versus the screwcap filling on the portable toilet. You might be able to use some sort of adapter, but I don't think this is specifically designed to hookup to an RV-type hose connection.
Most campgrounds have an RV dump site which is suitable for dumping, and is usually included in your daily site fee, or can be used for a nominal fee if you weren't camping there. Depending on amount of usage, you can go 4-6 days without dumping this unit due its capacity.
1 year, 7 months ago
- Portland, OR
Dump waste directly into an authorized facility such as an RV dump station.
Just remove the screwcap on the waste port (large cap on base), and pour it into waste disposal dump tank. Due to the capacity of the tank on this unit, do not empty it into a toilet. You can connect water to the other port on the base so you have a flow of water to facilitate solids flushing from the unit. Best emptied into an RV waste disposal facility.
You fill the upper tank with fresh water via the fill cap; no need to hook up to water service continually. Once you have the upper tank filled, you pump water into the bowl via the flush pump mechanism.