Bring on Lemons is a lemons to lemonade success blog about losing focus and finding a dream! It's also where I share my thoughts, ideas, book reviews, and writerly things as well as product reviews (food & drink too) - ENJOY!!
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Product Review & GIVEAWAY: THE PEE POCKET
Product information: THE PEE POCKET ANNOUNCES NEW SINGLE USE FEMALE URINARY DEVICE TO ALLOW WOMEN TO STAND WHEN PEEING.
Developed by a team of doctors, pee pocket is ideal for any woman
on the go, who has to go.
THE PEE POCKET female urinary device 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; active women who enjoy the outdoors, sports, music festivals, camping, hiking, biking, traveling, etc. Sketchy bathrooms -- or nonexistent ones! -- are no match for this handy device. It fits easily into a purse or backpack and is a must have for germ-conscious women who don't have access to a sit-down toilet or who don't want to use unfit facilities.
THE PEE POCKET is a single use, waterproof disposable funnel allowing women to pee while standing. It’s convenient tri-fold design easily fits in purse or pocket and includes a hygienic tissue wipe and disposable bag. Use without getting hands or other body parts wet.
Created by team of doctors who were fed up with the mess after taking their young daughters to unfit facilities.
Come in single pockets for $1.75 or three packs for $4.95.
For more information, please visit http://www.thepeepocket.com
My thoughts: This isn't necessarily at item you cannot live without. It is however something that might be nice to keep in your glove box. I have a 7 year old daughter who inevitably "has to go" when we are in the middle of nowhere and there's not a gas station for miles. We often pull over and she goes on the side of the road. Of course, it's not super easy for girls to go without making a bit of a mess, so the pee pocket would be something she could use to make it easier...but then there's the disposal issue of having it surfing around the vehicle until we reach our destination. Interesting device, worth trying, but I'm not sure I'll be adding it to my "I must own this" list anytime soon.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Post a Comment