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Old 02-03-2013, 11:33 AM   #1
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Just saw this Dry-Flush Toilet for RV's and Boats. Some of you Modders should like this one.
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Old 02-03-2013, 12:19 PM   #2
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Sounds like a diaper-genie without the diaper.
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Chuck,
Can you please post a link to where you found it? Thanks
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Holy Crap!

Anyone know how much it costs?
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$580 plus shipping at this place.
Dry Flush Toilet on the Teardrop Shop
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Holy Crap!

Anyone know how much it costs?
It's probably good for regular crap too
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Another great product to put on my ever growing wish list... of things I'll never afford.

Some videos.


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It does look like it creates a lot of waste to get rid of waste though. Not exactly environmentally friendly from that perspective.
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After viewing the video, I think that Red Green could make one out of a 5 gallon bucket, some garbage bags and an old windshield wiper motor.
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After viewing the video, I think that Red Green could make one out of a 5 gallon bucket, some garbage bags and an old windshield wiper motor.
It looks like there are Space Blankets in there to?
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Force Flex bag in a standard plastic rv crapper (or bucket) a lot cheaper. Sanity and sanitation only cross paths in the dictionary. So you go ashore with your bag of bags and somehow it finds its way into a compactor truck. Oh yeh!

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* I had to look these specs up * BUT, I don't mind geekness for a snicker..

Average adult removes 2 liters of liquid from themselves a day. Thats a little over 2 lbs. The tootsie roll production is another 2 lbs. So..if you are "Average" you make a little over 4 pounds of product a day.

The cartridge has 15 bags. If you go into production 3 times a day (Probably more..but lets use 3 for typical healthy (sigh) younger folks, your cartridge will last 5 days.

5x4.xxlbs = a little over 20 lbs of luscious product to haul per disposal. I don't know about you, but flinging 20lbs of poo into a dumpster that is almost as tall as me does not sound like fun.

I like the concept, and do use wag bags when I am long term without hook ups. (Yes, it's legal in my area) This seems a great solution, but I wish the cartridges had LESS capacity to keep the weight down.

Right now, I have a porta potti and am fashioning a solution to be able to dump it IN the trailer using the leftover infrastructure for the recirculating toilet. For the time being, I have to haul it to the sewer..not a big deal, unless it gets full when that is not convenient. I have nowhere to put a black tank easily in the Leocraft.
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* I had to look these specs up * BUT, I don't mind geekness for a snicker..

Average adult removes 2 liters of liquid from themselves a day. Thats a little over 2 lbs. The tootsie roll production is another 2 lbs. So..if you are "Average" you make a little over 4 pounds of product a day.

The cartridge has 15 bags. If you go into production 3 times a day (Probably more..but lets use 3 for typical healthy (sigh) younger folks, your cartridge will last 5 days.

5x4.xxlbs = a little over 20 lbs of luscious product to haul per disposal. I don't know about you, but flinging 20lbs of poo into a dumpster that is almost as tall as me does not sound like fun.
Actually a liter of water weighs 1 kilogram or 2.2 pounds so total would be 6.4 +- just to be totally geeky correct.
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