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October 12, 2011

Do-All Outdoors Pee Pee Bottle

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From the website:

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Do-All Outdoors Pee Pee Bottle does exactly what it sounds like it does — it's a portable outdoor bathroom that fits in your pack.

You can't afford to leave your tree stand just to use the bathroom while hunting, and peeing over the side can alert game to your presence by smell alone.

The Do-All Bottle provides the answer when nature calls.

Simply unscrew the lid of this hunting accessory, relieve yourself, and resume your vigil in peace.

Up to 26 ounces of urine can fit in the bottle, enough to keep your bladder happy for the extent of any hunting trip.

Two screw-in mounting rings [below]

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are included, allowing you to mount the bottle to your tree without any tools, so you don't have to worry about a bottle full of pee rolling around your tree stand and possibly bursting open.

When you absolutely have to go but don't have anywhere to go, use the Do-All Outdoors Pee Pee Bottle.

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$6.99.

[via Brian]

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Of course nothing for female hunters. But then there are Depends or shoving the bottle further between your legs.

Posted by: megan | Oct 12, 2011 5:11:54 PM

This is, it appears, simply a bottle to pee in. C'mon, Joe...portable pee container technology has advanced far beyond this primitive peebucket.

Two whole years ago, the Travel John portable urinal was featured on Cool Tools. Not only is designed to be usable by both sexes, the bag is full of an absorbent material, meaning that instead of a bag full o' pee, you have a bag full of clumped-up diaper goo, which is much easier to manage.

"But this pee bottle is reusable", you say. "That's a clear advantage!"

Is it? Is it really?

Show me someone who isn't squeamish about putting his pee bottle in the dishwasher, and I'll show you someone whose dishes I won't eat off of.

Posted by: Nathan | Oct 12, 2011 1:26:33 PM

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