Texsport Portable Folding Toilet or Toilet Bags
This works well. I have had one in my commercial truck as a back up for those emergency moments when facilities are not accessable. The bags work well, but I have a few suggestions to those who are interested. First, I supplement the toilet with a small 3 gallon bucket just in case the bag malfunctions. I would suggest at least a gallon sized zipper freezer bag to place the waste bag in for disposal. Finally, it is a portable toilet, so the size is going to be small compared to a normal toilet. I wouldn't expect a lot of comfort from it, just function. That said, it does what it is supposed to, and I've had mine for four years without problems. I might also suggest putting a larger babies' diaper in the bag for liquid absorption. For someone worried about the frame, I would suggest getting a different style from Bass Pro, perhaps the seat that attaches to a 5 gallon bucket. Air freshener optional..
December 27, 2007
I would have given this item 5 stars except for the lack of heavier gauge material. It is a little shakey under you. the other thing is the piece that is supposed to hold the plastic bag in place is a little loose so it tends to loose grip on the bag. Overall good but could be a little better.
November 22, 2010
Ahh, Comfort in the camp
We camp in remote areas with no facilities. This is a huge improvement over a sharp edged bucket or a hole in the ground. Who would have thought a tolet seat could provide such luxury. Takes up almost no space, minimal set up and easy to use anywhere.
September 6, 2010
Broke Before Use
I received the item in a brown bass pro box, the item had no wrapping on it, so the seat was brown from the rubbing of the box. Assembling the seat onto the frame the clips broke on seat, so the seat wasnt secured ggod, overall Im still not satisfied
February 14, 2011