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Tepee or not tepee? That is the question.

Paha Qué created the Tepee, the camping industry's first fully equipped portable outhouse shell, to add some luxury to your camping. You provide the port-a-potty and the shower (see Paha Qué Power Shower), and the Tepee provides the privacy and organization for comfy camp facilities. Its roomy interior gives you plenty of space for sittin' on the pot or cleaning up after a sweaty hike. The Tepee easily stows in a 10-pound, zippered carry bag inside of which Paha Que sewed setup instructions. The company promises that one person can put the Tepee up in five minutes, which is great when time is of the essence ... if you know what we mean.

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Just what I wanted

I haven't been able to use it in the field yet (still winter) but set it up in the back yard and was very impressed. Other reviews made it sound like it was difficult to set up. Not so. Very easy. I didn't even read the instructions, just watched the video on the mrf's website. The model I received has the continuous sleeves which evidently makes it a little easier to set up than the older models. This will be perfect for setting up beside our pop-up camper with the outdoor shower fixtures. Lots of room. Handy towel storage. Very sturdy. Well made.

Does it have aluminum or fiberglass...

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Does it have aluminum or fiberglass poles?

I'm confused, does it come with the drain...

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I'm confused, does it come with the drain capture floor as shown?

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Yes. Obviously for sanitary purposes.

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I just received mine. It does not come with the drain capture floor. The picture is misleading.

so, how do you empty the drain capture...

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so, how do you empty the drain capture floor? do you have to bail it with a bucket?

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It has a drain system.

With this portable shower, can we use it...

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With this portable shower, can we use it indors? meaning - does it keep the water in in while showering? I'm re-doing my bathroom and need a shower that i can temporarely use in the basement fro whowering. Will this work?

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I'm Jason from Paha Que'. It isn't desigend to contain water, but we do have an optional Drain Capture Floor for it that holds about 20 gallons.It's privacy is also key in an outfitters camp.