Really, the basic shewee only has VERY limited use - for those who want to avoid sitting on public toilets.
I've been surprised to see how many people said they had 'accidents' using the shewee - and I can only assume they were using the basic model, not the extension version
I went straight for the Shewee Extreme
which comes with extension pipe and case, as all the info said this was perfect for when you are wearing many layers of clothing (winter walking etc) And it works like a dream, nary a dribble of accident, using the extension shewee and extension pipe I can wee with ease and discretion, and then store the device cleanly in its plastic case till I can wash it.
The 'basic' model doesn't have a case - so the user either has to carry a used shewee nastily in her bag, or buy a case anyway.
Intrigued by the tales of 'accidents' in the interests of wee science (!) I tried using the device without the extension pipe (in a toilet) and found (sorry if this is too graphic) that although I was careful and could pee standing up into the toilet that the last few drips wet the toilet seat. So, I guess if I had been using this outside that might have been my boots that got splattered!
The only thing the basic shewee has in its favour, in my opinion, is the discreet neutral colour - the extreme is a very shocking and obtrusive fluorescent pink. Standing in the open with that poking out of your trousers looks distinctly peculiar and highly visible. And as the whole point of the device is so women can pee discreetly and easily, its a major design flaw!
What numpty had the bright idea 'its a device for women, let's make it pink!'??!!
Go for the extreme, for a few pounds more, and get something which works brilliantly and can be stored safely and without mess till you can wash it