311096506

Dometic 965 Portable Toilets

Dometic 965 Portable Toilets

Description

The Dometic 965 Portable Toilet features an adult size seat and firm locking side latches to assure user satisfaction.

Features

  • High-Density Polyethylene Construction Withstands Demanding Marine Environment
  • Top-Mounted Port Offers Easy In-Vessel Filling
  • Scratch-Resistant Matte Finish Is Easy To Keep Clean And Looking Good For Years
List Price
$190.45
Your Price
$128.55
In Stock

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Details

For convenience that lets you venture anywhere! Durable design, drop it, stand on it - this unit can take it! Attractive matte finish. Scratch-resistant finish is easy to keep clean; looks new for years. Comfortable! Adult-size seat and lid provide comfort and safety; side latches lock firmly for added safety.

Product Features:

  • Self-contained 2.5 gallon (9.5 L) freshwater supply models offer
    enough capacity for 30-50 uses
  • MSD models can be installed for direct overboard, dockside pump-out, or
    remote tank discharge
  • Parchment and platinum colors
  • Model 965 - 5.0-gal. (18.9L) capacity portable toilet, mounting
    brackets
  • Water Supply: Self-contained freshwater 2.6-gallon (9.8L) upper tank.
  • Discharge: Standard models - discharge spout in bottom tank. MSD
    models - PVC fitting connects to 1.5-in. (38 mm) ID discharge plumbing.
  • Vent: 5/8-in. (16 mm) ID hose fitting (MSD models only).









Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Dometic 965 Portable Toilets 311096506 965 Portable Toilet, Platinum
$128.55
In Stock
Dometic - 965 Portable Toilet 5.0 Gallon Parchment 311096502 965 Portable Toilet, Parchment
$128.55
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Dometic - 965 MSD Portable Toilet 5.0 Gallon Parchment 311196502 965 Portable Toilet, Parchment MSD
$143.55
In Stock
Dometic - 965 MSD Portable Toilet 5.0 Gallon Platinum 311196506 965 Portable Toilet, Platinum MSD
$143.55
In Stock

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