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Thetford Porta Potti Toilets

Thetford Porta Potti Toilets

Description

The Thetford Porta Potti Toilets are designed for outdoor activities such as camping or fishing that do not have easy accessibility to toilets.

Features

  • Durable, easy to use and easy to clean
  • Removeable seat and cover for easy cleaning
  • Sealed valve keeps odors in holding tank
List Price
$134.99
Your Price
$92.90
In Stock

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Details

New & Improved Styling

  • Replaces Porta Potti 135
  • Refreshed, modern appearance
  • Cleaner seat and cover design
  • More ergonomic carrying handle
  • Lid latch now standard
  • Redesigned valve handle, fill cap & pump


Porta Potti is still the original and best!

  • Durable, easy to use and easy to clean
  • Exclusive, rotating pour-out spout
  • Deodorant sample included
  • Bellows pump flush
  • Removeable seat and cover for easy cleaning
  • Sealed valve keeps odors in holding tank
  • 1-year warranty
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Thetford Porta Potti Toilets 92862 Porta potti marine toilet with bellows pump and hold-down kit, 27 flushes
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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Thetford Hold-Down Kits 92921 Hold-down kits for campa XT, 260, and 320 porta potti series
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Thetford Hold-Down Kits 92922 Hold-down kit for 550P and campa XT porta potti series
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