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|Product Dimensions||18 x 18 x 16 inches|
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|Item model number||92360|
|Manufacturer Part Number||92360|
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Porta Potti Curve Portable Toilet for RV | camping | vans | trucks | healthcare | boats - model 550E, by Thetford - 92360
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- [VERSATILITY]: Award-winning, top-of-the-line portable toilet, suited for RVs, boats, trucks, vans, healthcare, medical, camping and even off-the-grid lifestyle, with a 4 gallons fresh water tank capacity and a 5.5 gallons waste water capacity
- [DESIGN]: Sleek, modern, and homelike look, Porta Potti Curve comes with a comfortable seat height, increased bowl size, and battery-powered flush
- [FUNCTIONALITY]: Easy to use and clean, Curve has an ergonomic carrying handle, an integrated toilet paper holder, and a tank level indicator
- [SANITARY]: Odorless and leak proof, the portable toilet has a sealed valve to prevent odors from escaping and a rotating pour-out spout for emptying the waste water tank without backsplashes
- [OPTIONAL]: The hold down kit helps secure the portable toilet to the floor, holding it in place while you're on the road and Water fill adaptor
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Porta Potti Curve is the Award-winning, top-of-the-line portable toilet, known throughout the world and recognized for its modern design and build quality.
The comfortable seat height, homelike look, and increased bowl size, Curve makes the perfect portable toilet, ready to use in RVs, boats, vans, trucks, camping, and for healthcare.
Porta Potti Curve is easy to use and clean. It comes with a 4-gallon fresh water tank and 5.5-gallon waste water tank, easy to separate and to maneuver. With integrated carrying handle and rotating pour out spout, the wastewater tank can be easily emptied and cleaned.
The 4-gallon fresh water tank comes with a tank level indicator and battery-powered flush, both hidden behind the seat of the portable toilet, and averages 56 flushes per tank.
- VERSATILITY: Award-winning, top-of-the-line portable toilet, suited for RVs, boats, trucks, vans, healthcare, camping and even off-the-grid lifestyle, with a 4 gallons fresh water tank capacity and a 5.5 gallons waste water capacity
- DESIGN: Sleek, modern, and homelike look, Porta Potti Curve comes with a comfortable seat height, increased bowl size, and battery-powered flush
- FUNCTIONALITY: Easy to use and clean, Curve has an ergonomic carrying handle, an integrated toilet paper holder, and a tank level indicator
- SANITARY: Odorless and leak proof, the portable toilet has a sealed valve to prevent odors from escaping and a rotating pour-out spout for emptying the waste water tank without backsplashes
- OPTIONAL: The hold down kit helps secure the portable toilet to the floor, holding it in place while you're on the road
From the manufacturer
Thetford 92360 Porta Potti 550E Curve Portable Toilet
Thetford Portable Toilet
- Height with lid closed: 17-5/8", 44.8 cm
- Depth: 17-3/4", 45 cm
- Width: 15-1/4", 38.8 cm
Fresh Water : 4.0 gallons.
Waste Water: 5.5 gallons.
Porta Potti Curve
The Porta Potti Curve is Thetford's sleek and modern portable toilet.
The Curve's homelike design features a larger toilet bowl size, comfortable seat height and battery-powered flush.
Durable, easy to use and to clean.
The Curve separates, providing easy access to the holding tanks. With an improved water tank carrying handle and pivoting pour-out spout, easily empty and clean the Curve's tanks.
The integrated holder keeps the toilet paper conventionally affixed to the Curve. Close the compartment to keep the toilet paper clean and out of sight when not in use.
Easily monitor your Curve with the holding tank level indicator for fresh water and waste tanks. Average 56 flushes per tank.
Porta Potti Curve Features
Integrated Toilet Paper Holder
Keep your toilet paper within reach but out of sight with our integrated toilet paper holder.
Holding Tank level indicator for fresh water and waste tanks.
Easy Pour-Out Spout
Easily empty your Porta Potti Curve.
Cleaning Made Simple
Cap and close the pour out valve after cleaning.
Thetford Portable Toilets
The Orginal Porta Potti
Sanitary, odorless, and leak proof, Porta Potti is the world's leading brand of portable toilet. On the road, on the water or at home, Porta Potti is ideal. If a power outage causes loss of water, it's Porta Potti to the rescue. Truckers love Porta Potti too, because it's safe and convenient in a sleeper cab.
Porta Potti is a registered trademark of Thetford Corporation.
Applications - Ideal for use in:
- Recreational Vehicles
- Trucks & Vans
- Camping/ Outdoor
- Toddler Training
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* Based on other peoples reviews, its possible the frustrated ones didn't read the manual fully. The manual is your friend!
* It comes with a small supply of Deodorant/Waste Digestion (enough for 4 complete 5-gallon uses/refills)
* The waste cap also doubles as a measuring cup to use for measuring the waste dissolver liquid.
* The "Automatic Flush" feature only rinses out the tank, it doesn't open the valve to drop the waste into the holding tank.
* To go pee, Close seat, Open waste valve, press rinse button. If doing number 2, press the rinse button once or twice to fill the bowl with a little water, this will help reduce the solids from leaving streaks in the bowl.
* Recommend dumping waste in a public outhouse vs at home. This will help reduce possible splash-back in the toilet at home.
* Comes with everything in the box (Except water and toilet paper). It includes batteries, measuring cup, waste digestion/deodorant liquid, toilet paper holder.
* Standard toilet height making it feel like one is at home
* Cleanup is really straight forward
* Comes with a built-in toilet paper holder (works with Charmin "double rolls", but not "mega" rolls
* Battery operated water rinse feature - very quiet and effective.
* Works great for 5' or 6"3" people
* Unlike a regular toilet, the sitting stance for a tall person is a little awkward since one cannot tuck their feet under the toilet. That being said, the height helps reduce that awkwardness considerably from smaller porta potties.
* The "automatic flush" feature should have been called "automatic rinse" since you still have to manually open the waste valve.
*Great toilet if you are willing to spend some good money for the "gold standard" of porta potties. Your pregnant wife will love you especially while camping, or even if you have a house and the regular toilet is awkwardly located on the other side of the house.
This was purchased with my own money, no discounts other that Amazons decent prices and prime shipping.
I purchased the Thetford Curve for our small camper in May 2013. We camped throughout the Sierras that year but, crucially, never used the Curve as we traveled with family who had a motorhome. Thus, the Curve sat anchored to the floor plate without batteries or water and was never used.
In July 2014 I finally filled the Curve with fresh water, put in the six supplied AA batteries, and the prescribed amount of deodorizer in the bottom tank. It worked flawlessly and was indispensable for a man traveling with 5 and 2 1/2 year old girls. It performed without incident as we traveled from SoCal to Dinosaur National Monument and all over in between. I emptied the tank and refilled with fresh water as needed, and it was great.
The trip lasted a week and after getting home, left within a week to go to Oceano Dunes where, again, the toilet was great. Got home and cleaned the tank really well, kept water in the fresh tank and it was ready to go.
In April 2015 I fixed the toilet plumbing in our one bedroom house and the project went over a day. The Curve was brought in and put in the bathroom. Tried the button for the bowl water fill… nothing. Not a noise. Opened and replaced batteries. One of the Thetford supplied batteries had discolored, but there was no leakage or corrosion. Reassembled, nothing. Removed the battery pack and tested at the contacts, 9.2 volts right where it should have been on the circuit board. Tested the contacts at the connection to the pump, 9.2v for 1-2 seconds when the button was depressed (the amount of time the pump actuates to fill the bowl with a bit of water). Reassembled - nothing.
Removed the pump assembly. It looks factory new with no deposits, no mineral stains, no corrosion and the impeller spins freely. It makes no sound whatsoever when the button is depressed. Reassembled and contacted Thetford.
They replied quickly and informed me of the one year warranty. I explained the situation and as one would expect, it was too far out of warranty for free service. I didn't push the issue because I understand there is no way for them (or for you) to know whether or not I’m being honest. So I figured, “Meh, I’ll pay $30 for a replacement pump, not a big deal.” And here’s where the absurdity of the modern world comes in. How much might one expect the pump assembly for a $140 porta potty cost? $30? $40 $50? No no no, you think so small…
One Hundred Thirty Two Dollars and Forty Eight Cents.
For a toilet that I can buy new for $140 on Amazon.
So take this review for what it’s worth. You’re paying for a toilet that has no manual backup pressure system that, in my case, lasted a total of maybe 8 months and maybe 60 pump cycles and was kept indoors, clean, and cleaned out. Granted, I stored it with some water in the freshwater tank which is a no-no, but still, a complete and total failure after roughly 10 days total of usage? Maybe I’m just old fashioned, but it seems a bit wasteful to me. So consider a pressure system maybe? Something that will not rely on a microprocessor or batteries? Or end up like me, with a $140 piece of plastic and a wife and two daughters who you now have to send off to a dark pit toilet at night when camping.