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For the anti-squat crusader, Restop presents: The Commode.

Nature calls no matter where you are. Be prepared to answer that call with the Restop Commode. The base connects to a folding foam-padded toilet seat, and, for maximum serenity, it's the same height as your throne back home. Restop included ten Daily Restroom Kits with this outdoor toity. Each kit contains two Restop 1 bags for pee and one Restop 2 bag for poo. (That's 20 pee bags and ten poo bags for the mathematically challenged). You can also purchase these bags separately. For the sake of your nostrils and your fellow campers', the Commode features a tight-seal screw-on lid.

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I wonder if that handle is rated as a full...

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I wonder if that handle is rated as a full strength haul loop? I want to use it on my next big wall adventure. Does anyone know???

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Not The Best Disposable Toilet

Have used these and the Wag Bag . both work okay with a bucket but when I am out hiking and camping I am not carrying a bucket around with me. Not easy to use by spreading them on the ground and can be messy if you are not a good aim. I recently found the Biffy Bag at the Colorado state fair. No bucket needed very comfortable and sanitary. Tie it around your waist pull it up between your legs and go. Sounds crazy but works like a dream. Google up the Biffy Bag they are great for back packing or in the car.

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Are there special chemicals to break down...

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Are there special chemicals to break down my poo or do I have to beat it down with a 2 x 4 like I do at home?

So you are paying $100+ for a 5 gallon...

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So you are paying $100+ for a 5 gallon bucket, a circular cushion, and a few garbage bags? Please explain what makes this thing worth the cost. Does $90 of every purchase go to charity or something?

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This makes for the best laugh of my day.

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Barry's answer is far more entertaining, but what you're actually paying for is the 30 bags you get to do your business into. The chemicals in there are eco-friendly and smell-killing, the bags are leak-proof, and they keep everything tidy so you can pack it out. You could just buy the bags and get your own bucket (or no bucket at all), but for guided river trips and whatnot, this thing is fantastic. Not everyone is as comfortable wiping with pine cones as the rest of us.

As an aside, the 30 bags alone would cost around $95, so you're really only paying 20 bucks for the bucket and seat.

What is the size and weight of this...

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What is the size and weight of this item?

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It's the size of a crapper and the weight of a bucket with a toilet lid (plus your own deposits). There is no situation where you will be using this where weight will be a concern.

What part of this (outside of the seat)...

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What part of this (outside of the seat) is NOT a 5 gallon bucket?

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None of it. It's a 5-gallon bucket with a durable trashbag liner and a seat.