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Portable camping toilets!

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loubyloub Sat 20-Jun-09 13:17:56

Hello all
Off to Camp Bestival next month and with an already existing ishoo about using public loos, let alone festival loos, have decided I need to get a camping toilet. Have never had or used one before (coped with cmapsite loos, but draw the line at festival loos)
Want, as always, to keep it as cheap as possible. Can anyone advise?
Looking on the Outdoor Megastore - Kampa do one that is a jazzed up bucket with seat - presumably this will need emptying after each use if it has no chemicals etc? Or should I go for the next one up which is £40?
http://www.outdoormegastore.co.uk/acatalog/CampingazPorta_Toilet_Low_LevelWC.html
Does anyone have this? Is the idea still that you empty it after each use? Is it easy to emtpy and presumably you just take it to the main loos to do so - how does it work???
Can anyone help me out with this lovely topic of conversation?!

loubyloub Sat 20-Jun-09 13:18:34

Shall try link again
www.outdoormegastore.co.uk/acatalog/Campingaz_Porta_Toilet_Low_Level_WC.html

loubyloub Sat 20-Jun-09 13:19:39

And here is first one, which I know is just a jazzed up bucket, but still has a loo seat and lid and weighted down etc...
www.outdoormegastore.co.uk/acatalog/Kampa_Khazi_Portable_Toilet_.html

loubyloub Sat 20-Jun-09 13:52:43

just talking to myself here really but found this by doing a search, like the look of using these with the old nappy pail (ie with a lid).
www.epsgoggles.com/products/viewproduct_detail.php?prod=49

ShePeeTeePee Sat 20-Jun-09 18:35:37

Am researching the exact same thing at the moment and favouring the low tech option of a Kampa Khazi (if I can get over the awful name).

Found this thread useful:

Bucket with lid v. portaloo

(Ah, it's a far-cry from shopping for shoes!)

loubyloub Sat 20-Jun-09 21:24:04

ooh thanks, what a lovely thread wink - exactly what I was after!

tokmik Tue 30-Jun-09 09:30:54

i think this will also help a lot chicago porta potty

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