Off-Road Commode - 18in.L x 13in.W x 3in.H
Great accessory when you are away from the home. Work as one would expect.
April 23, 2013
Worth the money
I purchased this product before I started bringing my little boy hunting. He was young enough where "emergencies" often approach with little notice. The first time it was used, I knew it was worth every penny. If you're concerned about the covers and hygene, I've found that Subway take-out bags work great as sanitary disposable covers. News paper bags work great too. I carry a little water proof bucket w/TP, the bags, and plastic grocery bags for carry out along with HAND GERM KILLER. If you purchase this product and find yourself in need of using it just once, I think you'll agree it's worth the money.
October 19, 2011
Great Useful Novelty..!
Although this was purchased as a gag for my son, it is quite well made, suitably padded, and certainly useful when nature calls in the wilderness.
October 11, 2011
Works well holds a lot. Just make sure you move your car before you hitch up your camper!
June 1, 2010
Fantastic Toilet on the Go
If you work like we do, timber cutting, off road a toilet is never close. This is a super product that I would highly recommend. Great for construction, camping also.
June 1, 2010
off road commode
Works as it is intended. Very handy when out in the field and no other options are available.
February 15, 2010
Not Hygenic and not Tread Lightly Compatible
If you have celiacs or IBS this may seem like a dream product, but honestly going on or near the trail without a way to catch the waste is plain rude, and navigating off the trail into virgin territory is unacceptable. There is no way to "Pack it out" so to speak.
In addition to that the cover and padding are non-hygenic. Sure it's great for a laugh, but there is no way to clean the product surface or the padding underneath.
This might be funny as a gag gift, but for real use it is very poorly designed.
January 21, 2010
As all the others have said, "a great and useful product". However, a great big, huge piece of advice, try inserting it at home, BEFORE its need is critical. I demoed this product for the Mrs. and discovered that it would not fit into 2 of the 3 recievers available. It would work on the truck's rear reciever, but not the front one or the one on the ATV. These are all standard name brand recievers, and I'd never had a draw bar that didn't work in them. It was just a hair to large on all 4 corners. As I was home, with a full workshop, a few minutes radiusing the corners on the bench grinder had it working satisfactorly. A little spray paint, and good as new. It goes without saying, but I will anyway. Carry a shovel, dig a hole first, before doing the deed, and be sure to fill in afterwards.
November 24, 2009
My father-in-law always complains about the number of stops they need to make for my Mother-in-law to go to the bathroom when we are on trips. So we thought we would fix that by giving them a potty that can be used almost anywhere. They recently retired and will be doing lots of traveling and the off road commode looks great on the back of their new truck!!
July 20, 2009
Commode to the rescue
When I saw it I had to have one. I had to pick it up at the border. When I went across to get it the U.S. border guard asked what I was getting and I had to show him a picture of this wonderful product. He took one look and with a big smile said I better get going and pick it up. This was one of the quickest crossing ever. He wanted to know if he could have a copy of the info so he could get one too. As I was going back into Canada about 20 minutes later the Canadain border guard took one look at my purchase and also wanted to know how he could get one. Who knew a little thing like a commode could be so helpful in border crossings. All my hunting buddies laughed at it when I had it out moose hunting this fall. After a couple of days of rain all my hunting buddies wanted one too.
March 16, 2009