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Separett | Weekend 7010 (Currently Out of Stock)

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The Weekend 7010 is a urine-separating compact toilet and is a good solution for RV's and boats, or restricted spaces.  

The Weekend 7010 is prepared for connection to DC battery power and with an AC adapter. This is a variation of the previous 7000 model, with a seat the similar to the Villa series.

The Weekend uses the same type of urine diversion as the Villa models, but has no moving parts excepting the fan for ventilation. It also does not have the extension clip in the urine trap, and sits taller - which can create some challenge for women to consistently hit the urine trap. We make this comment so buyers are aware that where in the Villa models the urine separation is very easy for women to use - the Weekend will take more concentration for successful use.

The top of the unit removes for access to empty the solid waste container - as opposed to the hinged lid on the Villa. There is not a concealment screen as on the Villa model. When opening the toilet seat - the user can see into the solid waste holding area. The top of the unit removes for access to empty the solid waste container - as opposed to the hinged lid on the Villa.

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Installation Video - Please note - within the video is description of a vent pipe extension kit which we do not offer in the US. Instead, please see the 75mm to 3 inch tube adapter described above.

 NOTE: The Weekend is generally used in small buildings with direct venting. We do not recommend that venting be longer that 12 ft. If not venting directly through the wall - for which parts are supplied. You will need to purchase the 75mm to 3 inch vent adapter, available only from Separett. If draining beyond the 5 ft of the supplied drain hose, please add the Union Fitting to transition to 1.25 inch pvc also available only from Separett.

The unit shipping weight is 28 lbs. 

Acceptance of alternative toilets within building codes vary from town to town. We urge you to check with your local authorities regarding acceptance within your community and particular project.

 

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