Portable Toilet

May 25, 2016 - Comment

Camco’s 5.3 gallon portable toilet is designed for camping, Rving, boating or any other recreational activity. Its sturdy polyethylene construction is compact and lightweight. The 5.3 gallon holding tank is detachable and includes a sealing slide valve to lock in odors and protect against leakage. It includes two side latches to secure the tank to

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Camco’s 5.3 gallon portable toilet is designed for camping, Rving, boating or any other recreational activity. Its sturdy polyethylene construction is compact and lightweight. The 5.3 gallon holding tank is detachable and includes a sealing slide valve to lock in odors and protect against leakage. It includes two side latches to secure the tank to the toilet and a carrying handle for easy transport. The toilet employs an easy to use bellow-type flush and pull slide valve for easy flushing. The toilet measures 16.38″H x 13.75″W x 16.13″D. It weighs 11.5 lbs empty. Included is a packet of Camco’s TST biodegradable toilet chemical.

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MrPhenom78 says:

A Wonderful Product My wife and I just purchased a conversion van and we was looking for a portable toilet. We came across the 5.3 gallon Camco Portable toilet. At first we were very skeptical about this portable toilet. Our main concern was if it let the smell out and if it leaks. Well when we receive the portable toilet, we noticed that it had a sample pack of deodorizer. I believe it contained four packets in it. It was easily put together and tall enough to where it felt like a real toilet. The bottom waste reservoir did not leak and contained the smell along with the deodorizer. The first time we emptied it, it had absolutely no smell and no yucky mess. What is cool about this portable toilet is that it has a separate section that contains the fresh water and it does not leak. It even fell over one time in the van and it did not leak. The toilet seal between the fresh and un fresh tank held well and keeps in unwanted smells, not that it had any. The flushing mechanism works perfectly…

Laurie G says:

Great toilet for the price. For the money, this is a great travel toilet (mine is in a small fiberglass trailer). The height is very good (approx 15″ from floor to top of seat) and it’s in a nice dark beige color so it’s not so “white” in the field. The fresh water flush mechanism works well and the clips to separate top from bottom sections work well. The pull tab for the dump valve is well greased (and should be vaseline’d every so often) and my unit came with two Camco RV Toilet Treatment Drop-Ins. Basically these are orange-scented sachets that go into the bottom compartment then put an inch of water in to dissolve. Work very well and no smell.

JoeyGoSki says:

Does the job, but some advice… I have a small cottage, whereby I empty this at the neighbors once a week and it works well. It’s not very deep, so gifted men might have to hold their private parts off of the bowl with sitting. I don’t use those chemical additives because I found they stink just as bad as none at all, so I put a little bleach in the top reservoir. Poop is what poop is and emptying this toilet is a total disgusting activity, but that’s going to be with any of them. Just hold your nose and put a fan in the window wherever you dump it. I mean STINK like no stink you’ve ever smelled before. 

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