Tri To-Go Portable Toilet

May 25, 2016 - Comment

Reliance Products Tri-To-Go is a great camping or backpacking accessory. It is light weight, and multi purpose. The unit can be strapped to a backpack, or slung over your shoulder for easy transport. Also great when emergencies strike and facilities are unavailable. It has a seated weight capacity of 300 lbs, and can be collapsed

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Reliance Products Tri-To-Go is a great camping or backpacking accessory. It is light weight, and multi purpose. The unit can be strapped to a backpack, or slung over your shoulder for easy transport. Also great when emergencies strike and facilities are unavailable. It has a seated weight capacity of 300 lbs, and can be collapsed down for easy storage. The Tri-To-Go is a comfortable camping chair that quickly and easily can convert into a portable toilet. The unit comes with a hygienic washable sock that is used when in it’s toilet format. it has an integrated toilet paper holder, and a washable carry case. The Tri-To-Go is ideally suited to be used with the Reliance Double Doodie Bagging System. Using the Reliance Double Doodie bags when nature calls also means no mess, easy cleanup, and disposal of waste.

Comments

Mark H. says:

Great Product… but why would you name a toilet “Tri-To-Go”? I bought this for a summit attempt on Mt. Whitney, where you have to pack out your human waste.The ribbing I got from the other hikers in my group ended with the first call of nature they had.The Tri-To-Go is easy to set up, comes with a carry bag,and does the job as advertised. While it’s designed for theDouble Doodie Toilet Waste Bag, the WAG bags supplied by the Ranger Station work just fine with this toilet. I would whole-heartily recommend this for hikers and anyone else…My only issue is with the name….Sounds like a name for a laxative!Sorry… couldn’t review this without a little ‘toilet humor’!

jaske says:

2 Broken so far. This is a Love / hate on this product.On the one hand, the women in our hiking party LOVED it. on the other hand, they have broken 2 of them in 3 trips. The both of them because the fabric on the top of the toilets ripped apart sending the occupant sprawling (the seams held). (Believe me it was funny at the time to everyone but the person on the potty) The first time, Thought it was a fluke and replaced it. The second one lasted a few uses (like 4 or 5) and then the fabric ripped apart as well. Also our ladies are all under 150 lbs, so size is NOT an issue.Going to try a different pack toilet this time that hopefully will be a little better constructed around the top and not rip apart.

Bill K says:

TRI TOo expensive, GO look for something else Ok, this is just an overpriced folding chair with a hole in the middle. The materials are cheap, the stitching is pathetic and will have to be redone by my wife on the sewing machine before using. Toilet tends to collapse and crush your monkeyshines when you sit on it, then you pee on the floor. What this thing needs is a simple locking bar that will keep it in the unfolded position. Duh! Even folding chairs often have these. I’m going to have to do a lot of work on this overpriced butt rest before I’ll use it. The size is too small to fit a standard bucket under it, if you don’t want to shell out for the bags. ( You might actually want to use a bucket while camping in the forest and bury your dung later, rather than bury a plastic bag.) Of course, the plastic bag idea is good if ya want to discreetly toss it in the gas station garbage can while filling up. A sort of good idea, but we need some competition to come up with a deluxe improved model. Wait for the improved model…

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