QQ Toilet Kit
QQ Toilet Kits
A pocket-sized, emergency toilet kit.
When we released our first self-developed Pail Toilet on the market in 2002, we realized that it was imperative to have as many people as possible use the actual item if we were to move units and improve the quality of the toilet. We began setting up simulators, which reproduced disaster areas as closely as possible, at grand golf tournaments, road relay races, climbing contests, trail runs, and other large sporting events where crowds gathered. The behind-the-scenes story of the QQ Toilet Kit starts here. Designed for use during emergencies, disasters, and generally in the outdoors, this handy kit is stand-alone, camouflaged, and sealable to prevent spread of infectious diseases and viruses.
QQ Toilet Kit contents
QQ Toilet Kit Strengths
The strong, leak-proof dual zipper (195 kgf load capacity) prevents leakage even on strong impact and tightly seals odors inside. When in use, the unit stands upright on the ground, allowing you to use both hands when urinating or defecating, no matter your gender. The toilet is three-ply aluminized PET plastic film, so it can even be used to hold two liters of drinkable water during disasters or outdoor activities. The kit can be safely stored for approximately 10 years.
Compact and Ideal for an Outdoor Lifestyle
The camouflaged toilet does not stand out when used during outdoor activities, such as mountain climbing. Weighing only 42 grams, it is also light and easy to carry around. The eco-friendly, three-piece kit includes tissues that dissolve in rainwater and a coagulant to solidify the bag’s contents so that they can easily be disposed of or incinerated.
The front and back of a camouflaged QQ Toilet package
The kit is designed to be used as an emergency toilet when evacuating in the wake of disasters, but it can also be used to protect the environment while you are climbing or on a trail run. The toilet can be used for nursing and medical situations, or when you are stuck in traffic jams. The kits are currently being used on the Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition. The potential uses are endless.