Sunday, June 15, 2014

THE PEE POCKET Review + GiVeAwAy #thepeepocket

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

If you have ever been to a concert or festival indoors or outdoors you are reading this and saying, "Oh, yeah I wish I had that when I was at _____________."   I know you are. Trust me. We were at Jazz Fest last year in New Orleans and I wished that I had the Pee Pocket. So did my kid. Those porta potties were beyond yucky. Hold your breath and close your eyes yucky. Need I say more?  The Pee Pocket is an ingeniously simple idea that lets women stand when they pee so they can avoid so much of the yuckiness that comes with thouse dubious porta potties and even some bathrooms. A team of doctors with kids developed the Pee Pocket to be a simple solution for any woman on the go who has to go.
The Pee Pocket is a female urinary device that is perfect for athletes, travelers, the elderly, disabled, pregnancy, parents of young girls, post-surgery patients...any woman who might have to go while on the go.  This is a perfect option for active women who enjoy the outdoors, sports, music festivals, camping, hiking, biking, traveling.  I am bringing my Pee Pocket with me when we go hiking in a few weeks up in the Adirondacks.  They fold up to almost nothing so you can stash the Pee Pocket right in a purse or backpack too.
I know you want to know how it works. So the Pee Pocket is a single use, waterproof disposable funnel that allows women to pee while standing. It’s convenient tri-fold design easily fits in purse or pocket and it even includes a hygienic tissue wipe and disposable bag. You can use it without getting your hands or any other body parts wet.

This smart little device comes in single pockets for $1.75 or three packs for $4.95.  I know you want to know more about this so for more information, please visit their website The Pee Pocket to learn more.

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Lisa Voyce said...

I backpack in the mountains often. And, while I hike and have to stop for a pee, I have to take the pack off first. This little gadget would come in handy...except for it becomes trash. I could see a better use while in my tent at night and needing to get up and out to go to the bathroom during a very cold night.

Anonymous said...

A time when I just WISHED I had a PeePocket available stashed in my purse was at a local festival and the portable toilets were gross.

Vicky Carlson said...

I was camping with with my family and the facilities were disgusting.