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Old 04-12-2018, 04:10 PM   #1
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Lil snoozy toilet?

Thetford cassette toilet or I watched a YouTube video of a different toilet that the gentleman said it gave more room for shower. Looking to order a lil snoozy and want some input. I like the ease of the cassette toilet that we saw at factory. But we didn't get to see other style either. Also not a small guy 6'1" and husky as they call it nowadays lol.would the cassette toilet give a better seating position if that is understandable? Thanks
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Old 04-13-2018, 10:11 AM   #2
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I think I would opt for the Cassette toilet and skip the whole black water tank, hoses, rubber gloves, and need to occasionally clean it all. Ok, maybe rubber gloves.

I believe there are two main brands, Thetford and Dometic. I don't know if one is better.

I've seen them and discussions in a lot of YouTube videos. Some elect to use them just for liquids, but they are always there for emergencies.

Here's one of several mentions by a couple of lovable self-professed nerds.

PS, they probably fill every 2-3 days. Eliminating the black tank probably opens up storage. You likely still have a gray tank.

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funny true story

a guy at a state park had one of those stinky things on a cart guy was on the back of the truck holding it wifey was driving rolling along.

you guessed it naturally she was driving too fast it could have been the guy driving too fast to be fair so they went flying around a curve the stinking thing went out of control flew out of the guys hand and away it went flying down hitting brush and trees.

it was about the funniest thing I ever saw but the stinky thing didn't crack he went down the hill and retrieved it but they drove much slower after that!

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We have the Thetford cassette toilet in our 2012 Snoozy.
The bowl turns/swivels around so there is more room for showers.
The cassette toilet is one of our favorite features.
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We also have the cassette in our 2014 Snoozy. Best thing since sliced bread. Our bowl does swivel.
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We also have the cassette in our 2014 Snoozy. Best thing since sliced bread.
Obviously YOUR opinion. Definitely not everyone’s. Had one and despised it. I, on the other hand would respond that a cassette toilet is the worst thing since chamber pots.
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I have experience with both types. My Scamp has "classic" toilet with black water tank, my TV (small class B motorhome) has a cassette toilet. I like both. With cassette I have more options to dump it. Scamp's black water tank has double capacity. What is better? Both a good. Everything depends on your travel style.
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My favourite description of emptying a cassette toilet uses the phrase "trudge of shame".
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Obviously YOUR opinion. Definitely not everyone’s. Had one and despised it. I, on the other hand would respond that a cassette toilet is the worst thing since chamber pots.
I was just stating my preference.
After having a black water tank in our Scamp and a cassette toilet in our Snoozy-i prefer the cassette.
Not saying one is better than the other.
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My favourite description of emptying a cassette toilet uses the phrase "trudge of shame".
When did you emptying a cassette toilet last time (if you ever did it)?
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Didn't say I had. Said my favourite description used the phrase "trudge of shame".
I did have a Porta-potti once. Never again.
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Thanks for replies. Did not realize cassette toilet turn also. Thanks
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Thetford cassette toilet or I watched a YouTube video of a different toilet that the gentleman said it gave more room for shower. Looking to order a lil snoozy and want some input. I like the ease of the cassette toilet that we saw at factory. But we didn't get to see other style either. Also not a small guy 6'1" and husky as they call it nowadays lol.would the cassette toilet give a better seating position if that is understandable? Thanks
Shane, you probably saw a video of my Lil Snoozy that was done in Quartzsite Arizona by a gal that full-times in a 13’. I use the Thetford porta-potty so I can remove it from the shower area, leaving the entire shower floor open for my big feet, and so I can maneuver about easily. The Thetford separates from the top half and empties exactly like the cassette toilet and it handles “Husky” just fine.
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Yes that was probably the video. Really tall blonde? We are in N.Y. so it's a ways from factory. Just trying to get as much info as possible before we give our deposit. Thanks
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