BoginaBag Foldable Portable Folding Toilet suitable for Festivals, Camping, Fishing, Hiking & Treking - Bog in a Bag (Stool only)
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- BoginaBag is 65cm in length with a diameter of 13cm. When set up as a toilet the dimensions are 35cm across the seat and the height is 47cm. BoginaBag weighs less than 1 Kg and has a user weight limit up to 125kg (19.5 stone).
- BoginaBag is a unique portable toilet that is hygienic, lightweight and robust - As seen on Dragons Den.
- Each bag has two handles so once you have finished it can be tied and disposed of in a standard waste bin. These bags are designed to be used for both solid waste and liquids.
- Folds out as a seat and having the function to be a toilet that is hygienic and uses no chemicals, making it totally unique!.
- When nature calls, simply remove the cover, insert one of our specially designed degradable bags, relax and relieve yourself
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BoginaBag is a unique portable toilet that is extremely light but also very sturdy. It provides the owner with a solution to that age old question of needing to go and having no where to go! It folds out as a stool, however you then remove the cover and insert one of the specially designed degradeable bags, relax and relieve yourself. Once you have the finished the 'magic' crystals contained within the pad in the bag will absorb any liquid. You then remove the bag, tie the top and dispose of the bag in a bin. The bag completely covers the seat of the stool so there is no mess, and it is completley hygenic and ready to be used again and again. Remember BoginaBag can calo be used as as stool. This package contains a stool and one pack of 5 disposable bags.
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As a general rule us men can pee pretty much where and when we need to but if you need to sit down then using this is going to cause problems. The thing is that there just isnt enough room to accomodate a guys danglies. I tried sitting on it fully clothed and immediately realised that there could be a problem for poo and pee at the same time. Thinking it might be different with pants down i gave it a test sit that way and the problem became clear that because of the design one of the legs is always going to get in the way of your junk.
This can be sort of worked with a bit of a squash by sitting to one side just a little bit but then i realised there could potentially be another problem. There isn't much room between the cross section where the legs meet and your bottom once you are sat down. If you are laying a log you better hope it finds its way to the back of the bag or, as disgusting as it sounds, if the log falls the wrong way its going to drag along the back of your danglies because there really isnt enough drop room.
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Dimensions - - - - From corner to corner the seat is about 15 inches and the hole in the centre is about 7 inched across. At its narrowest part on the three sides the cloth of the seat is about 2 and a half inches. When sat on the distance between the crossed part of the legs below the centre of the hole and your bottom is around 4 inches. The total vertical height is around 17 inches from the floor to the top of the legs. Once sat on though the fabric seat sags so the useable height can vary.
Final Thoughts - - - - - - I found that because the seat is cloth and fairly narrow it can bunch up making it surprisingly uncomfortable to sit on for any reasonable length of time because it dug into the back of my legs. I think part of the issue is the black edging doesn't have as much give as the cloth of the seat so makes it feel like wire. The seat though is at a decent height when compared to a normal toilet. It felt strong and stable enough to sit on when on solid ground so that part didn't concern me about tipping over although the feet could be a problem on soft ground so i would be careful if used inside a tent or it could poke holes in your groundsheet.
Personally i couldn't really recommend to men unless you were going to throw it in the boot of your car and use only if in absolute emergences or as a general stool to sit on with the cover attached. I'm going to keep it rather than sending it back for those reasons just metioned plus the wife might get some use out of it since it seems more designed for the female anatomy.
Overall, its good, I feel confident that it will be fit for purpose for large adult but surface stability may effect usage. I would find it a bit too heavy to carry if hiking.
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