301097502

Dometic SeaLand 975 Portable Toilets

Dometic SeaLand 975 Portable Toilets

Description

The Dometic SeaLand 975 Portable Toilet features a high density polyethylene construction that provides strength and toughness.

Features

  • Self Contained 5 Gallon Holding Tank
  • Powerful Push Button Pressurized Flush
  • Full-Size Seat For Comfort And Latching Lid For Secure Travel
List Price
$221.86
Your Price
$149.75
In Stock

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Details

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.

  • Sleek style, high-strength plastic portable toilet
  • Easy-view prismatic tank level indicator
  • Mounting brackets
  • Uses less than 1 pint (.4 l) per flush
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Dometic SeaLand 975 Portable Toilets 301097502 975 Portable Toilet, Tan With Brackets
$149.75
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Dometic - SeaLand 975 Portable Toilet 5.0 Gallon - Grey w/Brackets 301097506 975 Portable Toilet, Gray With Brackets
$149.75
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Dometic - SeaLand 975MSD Portable Toilet 5.0 Gallon - Tan w/ Brackets 301197502 975 Portable Toilet, Tan With Brackets MSD
$159.21
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Dometic - SeaLand 975MSD Portable Toilet 5.0 Gallon - Grey w/Brackets 301197506 975 Portable Toilet, Gray With Brackets MSD
$165.89
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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