Porta-Potti® Takes Top Review on National Rating Website

Campers, truckers, boat owners and countless others have long recognized that a portable toilet makes life better. They’ve also recognized the enduring quality and value of the Porta-Potti®, the best-selling portable since Thetford invented it in 1968.

The website top5reviewed.com recently confirmed what consumers already know: Thetford Porta-Potti has stood the test of time. In fact, the site rated Porta-Potti as its top portable toilet.

“We’re very proud to receive this recognition,” said Andy Bialorucki, Director of Marketing. “The voice that speaks loudest to us comes from those who use our product – and we’re thrilled that they appreciate all the factors that make Porta-Potti the industry leader.”

Top5reviewed.com’s website says it represents a team of U.S.-based product reviewers with a focus on “commercial, medical, engineering, industrial and other scientific products…”

Thetford offers a full line of Porta-Pottis, all of which are rugged and reliable – assuring many years of trouble-free trips. A sealed slide valve simplifies flushing while keeping odors in the holding tank, and – combined with a holding tank deodorant like Thetford Aqua-Kem® – creates an odor-free experience. When Porta-Potti is ready to be emptied, a rotating spout allows for sanitary and leakproof disposal.

Other features vary by model. For example, the top-of-the-line Porta-Potti Curve offers a homelike design, higher seat height and increased bowl size, along with a battery-powered flush, hidden controls and level indicators for both the fresh water and the waste tanks.

“Many consumers have come to trust Porta-Potti,” Bialorucki said. “We have high standards for quality and reliability to assure that users receive the best product possible.”

A Porta-Potti has a wide variety of uses, including for camping, boating and van conversions, as well as an extra toilet in cottages, cabanas, basements and pool houses. Porta-Potti is also very handy during a home emergency (during a power or water shortage), as a bedside toilet for physically challenged adults and for children who are potty training.

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