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Thread: Nature's Head vs. Air Head Toilet

  1. #281
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    Default Re: Nature's Head vs. Air Head Toilet

    Finally finished...including photos of the installation on the boat. Go Here

  2. #282
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    Default Re: Nature's Head vs. Air Head Toilet

    Nice work. Looks pretty well integrated and goes well with the rest of the interior.

  3. #283
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    Default Re: Nature's Head vs. Air Head Toilet

    Nine years with the Nature's Head and still a fan.

    I did recently learn that you may need to add some water to the peat moss, if the toilet is getting infrequent use. The peat moss will dry out and you can't turn the crank to agitate it. The other alternative is more peat moss, properly moistened. Coffee grounds into the compost help as well.
    Last edited by Bobcat; 08-29-2022 at 12:42 AM.
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  4. #284
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    Default Re: Nature's Head vs. Air Head Toilet

    Quote Originally Posted by George Ray View Post
    I have used the original 'Air Head' and as of a year or two ago thought I would prefer the 'Nature's Head' as comparable/same for less money. Now the 'Air Head' looks to be superior with:
    (A) new larger urine tank that removes w/o disturbing main bowl
    (2) fully gasketed joints between sections
    (iii) mixer crank better suited for tight spaces

    I expect to purchase one or the other in the next 12 months so your final choice is of interest to me.
    None of this sounds appealing to me. I am happy to just pump out my holding tank as needed. There are pumping stations everywhere and some that will come to me.

  5. #285
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    Default Re: Nature's Head vs. Air Head Toilet

    I am looking to install an "Air head" this winter in my cutter. I like the option of connected the urine container directly to a holding tank.
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