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Cleanwaste Go Anywhere Complete Portable Toilet System

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    Poo in private, without leaving anything behind.

    When you look at this backpack, you might not guess that a portable toilet, privacy shelter, and fifteen waste kits all live inside it, just waiting for your rafting and car-camping adventures. Grab this pack and help promote no-waste-left-behind in the wilderness.
    • Plastic toilet unfolds to same height and dimensions as standard toilet
    • Biodegradable bags use eco-friendly powder to turn liquid waste into an odorless solid
    • Privacy tent lets you do your business in private
    • Privacy tent has cross-ventilation system to keep air fresh
    • Tent can be used as an outdoor shower as well (shower not included)
    • Padded, adjustable shoulder straps on bag provide carrying comfort
    • Item #CLW0004

    Tech Specs

    [toilet] plastic, [tent] taffeta
    Folded Dimensions
    (toilet) 5 x 19 x 14 in, (tent) 25 x 15 x 6 in
    Unfolded Dimensions
    78 x 36 x 36 in
    Claimed Weight
    (bag) 725 g, (toilet) 3175 g, (tent) 3084 g
    Recommended Use
    rafting, car camping, picnicking

    Tech Specs

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    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Great for car camping and festivals where the porto situation may be less than desired. Compact, portable. I've only set up the tent once and it seems fine for what it is. Follow the instructions to put it up and it goes up well. I tried to just freestyle it the first time and it was a mess. Once up, it would need to be staked and tied down pretty well in any sort of wind conditions. It's tall and skinny so is less stable than you would want on its own. I'm sure properly tied down it will be great. The toilet sets up easily. Can't wait to get more use out of this when everyone else is digging catholes or using dirty porto-potties. Plus you can pack out your waste while desert camping or anywhere where it's not ideal to be burying waste. Not a lot of people think about it, but there are a lot of environments where waste doesn't decompose well. The clean waste bags are also ideal for backpacking when you can't take the whole setup.

    Pooping in groups!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Ok I was on a group trip down the lower canyons of the Rio Gande. 16 people, 11 days 1 "Cleanwaste Go Anywhere Complete Portable Toilet system" Oh yeah it was as great as it sounds, but this system held up, We typically used 2 bags a day and carried the used bags in a "Honey Pot" (trust me the smell was not as bad as some of us by the end of the trip). not one spill, or busted bag the entire trip and I capsized hitting a rock on a class 3 rapid 5 days in. for my money this works well, keeping the used bags in your pack will give you the occasional whiff of an overly obnoxious bad Mexican burrito when you have a tail wind, but honestly better than walking past a Port-a-John at a ball game.


    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Bought the Campwaste Complete Portable Toilet System and saved a great deal of money over buying individual components separately.

    Purchased this so we would not have to leave the tent during the night to heed the call of nature. We have a big Anges 6 man tent with a huge vestibule which is ideal for locating a portable toilet. I would not recommend this inside a tent sleeping quarters.

    We did not actually sit down and do our business, but We (he & she) peed into a disposable cup and dumped into the potty. Used for 2 nights. No smell. Disposal was relatively easy and pretty easy to avoid any mess.
    I selected the potty for portability, ability to use in a variety of situations, no smell and tripod stability on uneven ground. I rejected the water flush systems as messy, heavy, clumsy, difficult to clean, and possibly tippy on uneven ground.

    Cons. The toilet could be about 20% larger for comfort and stability. All the camp potties have this problem. The lid is used to cover the whole toilet and for asthetic reasons I prefer to leave the lid on the pot and not have to look into an open toilet. The lid latches tightly and it would be difficult to unlatch it in the night without knocking the toilet over and spilling . The lid should not lock at night and a separate lock should be provided for travel. As others have stated, the legs are very difficult to unlock. IU plan to shave the joints till they will unlock without having to use pry bars. The above are opportunities for improvement which I have discussed with the manufacturer when I called about the poo tent bag damaged in shipping (prompty & courteously replaced).

    The poo tent is well made and easily assembled by those who are mechanically inclined and familiar with multiple brand tent assembly. Unfortunately, a lot of people will find assembly & take down difficult and the connector joints are easily damaged if the assembly is forced.

    I could not find a place on the tent to attach the guy lines which come with the poo tent. There should be a gusseted sewn on attachment point on each of the corners about 3 feet up to secure the tent in a high wind. Manufacturer to look into this.

    The carry bag for the toilet, poo tent some chemical bags and a spot to put the used bags is well designed. provides a great place to keep everything together and ready to go.

    I also bought the poo tent for double use as a shower tent, It is well designed for this purpose. I like the fact that the tent does ot have a floor. Makes clean-up a breeze. When used as poo tent, adding a poly floor would isolate the bugs. For a shower, a rubber matt would keep your feet clean.

    I expect to expand use of the toilet in the future. We live on a lake, and the grandkids could potty in the yard in the tent and not track into the house. The kit can be carried in the back of y truck on trips and would always be available if we had an emergency. By making the modifications to the legs lid and having the pot ready to use, it could be almost instantly ready or "roadside use.

    I will likely update this revied hafter we have used the poitty in "combat conditions" . That will be the true test.

    Go spot for the whole fam

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    We use this on our raft trips when the wife and kids all go. Its easy to use and set up. Its a nice luxury that is well worth taking along on the trips here in Alaska as it makes things simple and easy for the wife and kids. The shelter is also very nice in helping to keep the biting bugs off while attending to business. The shelter take a bit to figure out at first, but once you have set it up its easy to take down and set up again.

    Good groover tent.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I haven't used the toilet, but I have used the tent, and as far as groover tents are concerned, this is a good one. I like that you can open the windows to let it air out a little. Set up and break down are easy, and the door is easy to open and close.

    how does work?

    how does work?

    Hey Julie,

    I have posted some videos that may help to answer your question. The Go Anywhere toilet is easy to use and can be set up just about anywhere. The toilet is capable of holding up to 200lbs and is the same height as the standard toilet. The toilet system comes with three go anywhere toilet kits that include sanitary wipes, a sanitary bag to place in the toilet, toilet paper, and a powder that will turns liquid to gel. I hope this helps! Feel free to check us out on Facebook as well