Cleanwaste The PUP Privacy Tent
The Cleanwaste The PUP Privacy Tent is a quick and easy set up for the Pett Portable Toilet or any other portable toilet. Hinged legs make setting up and taking down a breeze. Ensures privacy and ventilation.
- Sets up in seconds
- No assembly necessary - poles and connectors attached
- Has three screened windows with covers and a 58" high zip close door
- Inside storage pocket
- Roof flap for pass-through access for shower hose
- Internal attachment loop for the shower head
- Includes stakes and ropes for added security
- No floor for sanitary reasons
- DOES NOT INCLUDE TOILET
- Stands 6' 6" tall, base measures 45" x 45"
- Weight: 7 lbs
- * Handling fee and ground only shipping may apply to this product.
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Reviews - Cleanwaste The PUP Privacy Tent
A great shelter
I bought one of these about a year ago to take on river trips after the forest service started removing outhouses along the Rogue River. The tent sets up in a minute with its shock-corded poles and provides privacy for a toilet, for changing clothes or for a shower. I tied 1/2" tubular webbing loops onto the feet to drop a stone or log onto to hold it in place on rocky ground where it can't be staked. The window covers open and close easily with velcro tabs to control ventilation and privacy.
Very Practical Shelter
A friend of mine bought a PUP Privacy Tent many years ago to use on river trips here in Idaho. He set it up and I used it along with 8 to 21 other people on something like 15 river trips, and he ran several with it along that I didn't go on. The tent was really handy because you could set it up in plain sight and still ensure privacy of anyone using the facility. The velcro window flaps are really a plus because you can let a breeze through or shut the one toward the camp for privacy, or shut all of them to keep warmer on a cold morning. My friend always set up the toilet facing the door, which made the built-in pouch for toilet paper behind your shoulder, but it would have been handy if he had just turned the potty 90 degrees so the paper would be more accessable to the side. I guess it was never a enough of a bother for me to complain though ... After many, many years, last summer the zipper malfunctioned, and that's the only problem we ever had. It still zipped far enough to give one privacy, however. Perhaps a little silicone zipper lubricant would have helped. I just bought a PUP Tent to use on my own trips without borrowing my friend's. I found setting it up the first time (I had never helped my friend set his up!) to be a little awkward but I'm sure after doing it a couple of times it will be no problem, as my buddy always had his up or down in a couple of minutes. A real plus is the fact that it fits into such a compact sleeve and doesn't weigh but about 6 pounds. Similar shelters I've looked at either have been of poorer quality or been heavier and bigger. The PUP Tent is really quite roomy for its intended use. I highly recommend it. Strobe