Century Portable Toilet - 2.5 Gallon

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Century Portable Toilet - 2.5 Gallon -
Completely self-contained, with built-in carry handle for easy transport, the Century Portable Toilet and 2.5 Gallon Holding Tank always flushes with clean water. It's perfect for the outdoors, camping, travel and construction.

Fabric:

  • Full-size seat and lid feature sturdy, thick-wall construction; holding tanks feature leak-proof, 1-piece construction
  • High Density Polyethylene fresh water and waste water holding tanks are leak proof, one piece construction

Features:

  • Attractive matte finish conceals scratches
  • Self-contained unit flushes from a 3.2 gal. fresh-water holding tank; features a 2.5 gal. waste-water holding tank
  • Century Portable toilet includes built-in handles that let you carry the unit easily; heavy-duty, corrosion-resistant side latches keep tanks locked together
  • Detachable holding tank empties completely; double-sealed drain valve protects against leakage and odors
  • Size:: W 14.5" x D 16.5"x H 12"
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Convenience isn't always available unless you bring it along. The Century Portable toilet accommodates camping, travel and construction needs.

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Activity:Multisport
Dimensions:16.5 x 14.5 x 12 inches
Freshwater Holding Tank:3.2 gal / 12.1L
Material:Polyethylene
Volume:2.5 gallons
Waste Holding Tank:2.8 gal / 10.6L
Weight:9 lbs. 8 oz.
Weight limit:250 lbs

Century Portable Toilet - 2.5 Gallon Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Good for when you need it ;)

My dad had one of these up on our undeveloped land up in the Sierras (we just had a small cabin). This thing is really quite easy to use, dump, and clean--and you don't get messy while doing it. The bottom unsnaps and you simply unscrew it to dump. Cleaning is relatively basic. No muss or fuss. I wouldn't neccessarily think it would be good to bring camping unless you are staying in for awhile and in one spot. But if you have a cabin or are packing-in for a spell, this would be ideal.
JKD at REI on 02/02/2011

Negative Reviews:

Leaked on 1st use.

The toilet we received leaked after it's first and only use. The leak was from the cover on the holding tank. It needs a better seal.

The toilet has many flimsy parts, especially the valve between the toilet and holding tank.
sdpryde at REI on 07/07/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Bad experience

Looks comfortable but hard to clean, bulky, and too heavy to carry with you anywhere. Good if you have constapation or the runs and makes you feel at home. Better for night uses and for comfort needs but not for easy to clean or hauling around. Nice but overpriced and not good for a couple day stay.
Sydney the traveller at Campmor on 07/07/2011