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Restop Commode With Bags

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When nature calls we answer, but you can't always dig a cathole and in many places you have to pack your waste out. Enter the Restop 2 waste management system. Make an icky chore sanitary and more pleasant.
  • Restop 2 Commode with Bags contains everything needed to safely dispose of solid human waste.
  • The patented "bag in a bag" design and final zipper closure securely contains the waste and the odor.
  • Restop 2's special blend of polymers and enzymes instantly begins to break down the waste and turn it into a deodorized gel.
  • The Restop Commode is a sturdy, top-locking base holding a full-size firm foam toilet seat.
  • The commode has been tested to withstand 300 lbs. of pressure over a period of 10 hours so you can be sure that it will work for you. The commode is also the height of a standard toilet for your comfort.
  • 10 Daily Restroom Kits (each kit contains two Restop 1 liquid waste bags and one Restop 2 for solid waste) included with the Commode.
  • The kit also includes a tight-seal screw-on lid.
Many boating areas now require you to carry out human waste. Even for those that don't, the removal of waste products protects the environment. Always check ahead with the area management agency to find out what they require for carry out systems.

Always pack out used bags in a rigid, waterproof container.

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Dimensions: 11 7/8" Diamter x 17 1/8" Tall
Weight:
  • Commode: 3.6 lbs empty with seat
  • Bags: 2.6 oz each
Includes:
  • 10 Daily Restroom Kits (each kit contains two Restop 1 liquid waste bags and one Restop 2 for solid waste)
Features:
  • Supports up to 300 lbs.
  • Tight seal screw-on lid

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  • Restop Commode With Bags

    Q:

    When taking this rafting, is there a sturdy way to strap it to the boat? What do you recommend? Also, for whitewater rafting specifically, would this be recommended over the cleanwaste GO anywhere toilet? Seems like this one is self contained (you can store the used and unused bags all inside the bucket, and it is waterproof, where the cleanwaste would need to be stored inside a rocket box or dry box.
    Asked on 6/20/2014 by Hannah from United States

    7 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I have used the Rest Stop for a few seasons now & highly recommend it. Just the right height, comfy seat & self-contained. You store the self-sealed bags in the bottom & throw them in the garbage when you get home. It is water tight so I just throw it in the back under the cargo net (upside down if you want - no mess) and tie a one inch strap to the handle for good measure. You won't regret this purchase.

      Answered on 6/23/2014 by Jude from Walla Walla
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I have used three toilets, and while others are more comfortable this one is the simplest to setup and clean. The seat is soft rubber and very floppy. Not extremely supportive, but better than a bare groover. I store the seat in a bag under my fire pan as it is the same size.  The bucket fits perfectly under my Bighorn frame vertically next to my ammo cans. One strap through the handle for anything less than class 4. For bigger whitewater, I strap it horizontally under my seat bars. There is enough room in the bucket for 4 days with 4 people. More than that and I bring another ammo can or bucket for used bags. 

      Answered on 6/23/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      There are no effective ways of securing the bucket to the raft except for using the handle somehow.
      The used bags should be stored in another bucket with a gamma lid or a rocket box.
      You get what you pay for. If you are going to use this product alot, I would recommend investing a nicer toilet system. It is not real stable.

      Answered on 6/23/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I would recommend this over the clean waste system--- its simple-- super
      quick to set up and pack up-- I have the eco safe system as well that sets
      up on top of a rocket box and I tend to take this simple system instead. I
      also put this and some wag bags in my van when traveling and avoid the
      hassle of rest stops. My only comment is that on a multi day trip a rocket
      box for the used wag bags is a good idea, particularly if its a large
      group, avoids any issues with offensive smells. A design improvement would
      be some bomb proof handles to strap it to you raft--- but you can use the
      ridges around the top for a strap backed up by a caribiner through the
      handle. You could make one of these, it's easy to find these buckets with
      the sealed lids, but you would have to find a way to make a seat that fits
      the rim--- the foam seat that is included is the selling point, comfy and
      easy to pack anywhere. I think its a winner- just paint over all the
      propaganda on the side and substitute your own river biologic humor.

      Answered on 6/22/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I am not familiar with the Cleanwaste Go Anywhere toilet, so I can't
      compare them, but this isn't a bad self-contained system. It allows you to
      legally throw away the bags in dumpsters when you are done, which is nice
      in situations where there is no Scat Machine. Many groovers can't be dumped
      at an RV sewage dump and therefore you are forced to pour them into an out
      house, which is disgusting and illegal.
      The ReStop system is bulky, i.e. the extra bulk of the bags fills up space
      surprisingly quickly for the number of people and days. We managed 3 people
      for 3 nights, and could probably have gone a few more days before the space
      inside the bucket was so full that you wouldn't want to use it. Tying up
      and sealing the bags can be a little gross. The initial price is much
      cheaper than most groovers, but buying new bags slowly adds up if you are
      using it a lot.
      Overall, I like this system more for car camping on shorter trips than for
      boating. For boating, I would rather have a regular groover. I bought this
      one for multi-day trips in my tandem inflatable kayak, because most
      groovers are too big for backpacking-style trips like that. It does work
      for this purpose, but I'm not sure I would trust it in Class III or more...
      I've only used it on flatwater trips where it is easy to secure. There is a
      new groover being sold, I'm not sure from what company (I'd have to check),
      that fits well in an IK. I plan to buy that one to replace the ReStop
      system.
      Hope this helps.

      Answered on 6/22/2014 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Strapping it to the boat has never been a problem. We feel like this is the best system out there for the money. There is no clean up at the take out. You just throw the silver bags into any trash can you find on the way home. The screw on lid is important. Other than that it's a no brainer.

      Answered on 6/21/2014 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Hannah, there are no handles for securely strapping through, but you can certainly cinch it in with a couple of straps. You would only store used and unused bags in it for a very small group. I'd store the used bags in another watertight container. Both this and the Cleanwaste work fine, they're just different, but similar systems. The bags for the two systems can be used interchangeably.

      Answered on 6/21/2014 by Clyde from NRS
  • Restop Commode With Bags

    Q:

    How many user days will it contain?
    Asked on 3/13/2014 by Chester

    2 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      We have used this on three & four day trips with four users per unit and never came close to maxxing it out. We put the filled bags (self sealing) in the bottom each day when we shove off then insert a new bag at the camp site. I think you could easily double our use & still be good. Very good product.

      Answered on 3/17/2014 by Jude from Walla Walla
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Chester, this Restop comes with 20 Restop 1 bags (for urine) and 10 Restop 2 bags (for solids). We don't stock replacement # 1 bags because most places our customers use them collecting urine isn't required. The # 2 bags can be multi-use. When I've used them we've changed bags after three uses. However, typically the bags can hold more than that. Do heed the warning there on the webpage about checking with the regulatory authority on the waterway you're using to see if the bag methods are allowed.

      Answered on 3/14/2014 by Clyde from NRS
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  • Easy to set up (3)

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      5.0

      Great for the price

      By RG

      from Washington

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy to clean
      • Easy To Set Up
      • Lightweight

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Rafting

        Comments about Restop Commode With Bags:

        used the commode on a three day raft trip and it worked great.

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No
         
        4.0

        Open Sail Boat

        By Uzicrowbar

        from Haslett, MI

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy to clean
        • Easy To Set Up
        • Lightweight
        • Sturdy

        Cons

        • Taller then it needs tobe

        Best Uses

        • Open 16' Sailboat

        Comments about Restop Commode With Bags:

        I have a 16' Wayfarer sailboat, no cabin. The toilet fits in the forward part of the boat out of the way, and pull back near the thwart for use. If it was 6 or 8 inches shorter the use would be more out of sight, and I would give the 5th star. It does the job nicely. Bought it for the females that want facilities, and it has come in handy for me too.

        Service and delivery comments:

        On time and as advertised. Great service.

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        5.0

        Simple to use

        By Lance

        from Ellensburg WA

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy to clean
        • Easy To Set Up
        • Sturdy

        Cons

        • None

        Best Uses

        • Rafting

        Comments about Restop Commode With Bags:

        With many rivers requiring that you carry an approved device to pack out human waste, anyone doing overnight trips is eventually going to end up needing some kind of portable toilet system. I liked this design because it seemed to be the most simple and easy to use. Its easy to set up and transport. One thing I like about this system is that the bucket with the screw on lid qualifies under the river regs as your required water tight container to store/transport the used WAG bags. With some other systems you need a seperate ammo box or similar container for the used bags.

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