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    Luggable Loo - turns a 5-gallon bucket into a 'Loo'.

    This is a great gadget to keep in anyplace you may need an emergency loo (head, toilet, potty, john, etc.) The Luggable Loo is a molded snap-on toilet seat and cover. I have a 5 gallon bucket on my boat to store lines and used the simple snap-on feature to secure Luggable Loo onto it. The toilet seat has a nice cover so it doesn't look like a portable toilet. The company says it converts any standard size five-gallon/19-liter pail into a portable toilet. I didn't need to use it, but I'm happy to have a Luggable Loo seat aboard my boat for emergencies. My 23' work boat does not have its own head. (Toilet.) You can find Luggable Loo with its own 5 gallon pail on Amazon for about $20 or less with a web search.  It's probably even cheaper to buy your own 5 gallon bucket/pail at Home Depot or Lowes and snap on Luggable Loo when you need it. I saw 5 gallon buckets at Lowes for about $5. Actually, you may already own a 5 gallon pail from past jobs around the house. Luggable Loo was $12.04 (as of 6/7/18, the same price I paid about a month ago when I bought mine.)  

    Giz Wiz Video: https://youtu.be/5RnSw0P-EvM  


    Amazon link: https://amzn.to/2Lt5Iqc  


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