Why the Tinkle Belle Portable Urination Device is a Lifesaver for Camp – Artemis Overland Hardware

Why the Tinkle Belle Portable Urination Device is a Lifesaver for Camp

Ladies, when you’re kayaking in glacial waters or driving through mountainous terrain, the last thing you want to do is stop, get out and search for a spot to relieve yourself. “Roughing it,” by definition, shouldn’t mean struggling to urinate in the outdoors.

Thankfully, Artemis Overland has the Tinkle Belle, a portable urination device for women. When it comes to critical camping gear, this device might be the real lifesaver! In today’s post, we clue you in on what it is, and give you some tips on how to go to the bathroom outdoors.

Discreet and Effective

It’s really easy to use, fold up and store into a discrete pocket-sized casing. That way you can get back to your overlanding adventures without a hitch. Its sturdy case allows you to use it while fully clothed, even tucked into a zipper, all without it folding or getting your clothes soiled. 

Ergonomic Design 

Tinkle Bell portable urination accessory

The Tinkle Bell, once unfolded, has a long lip, allowing you to avoid wetting your clothes or gear. There’s no need for toilet paper, either. The end is made of a soft-wipe squeegee to get rid of any remaining drops. 

Small, colorful and easy to clean — what's not to like?

Wait! Won’t That Smell? 

The Tinkle Belle has some downright amazing features. Among those is its material composition. It is antimicrobial and hydrophobic, so it won’t collect bad-smelling bacteria or retain liquid — making it odor-free and urine-free.

Bathroom Tips for Those Without a Portable Urination Device

In the event that you don’t have one of these nifty little products on hand, there are a few key tips for making your outdoor bathroom experience go well. 

  • Mind the wind’s direction. This one speaks for itself. You don’t want to get yourself or your equipment wet or smelly. 

  • Squat as low to the ground as possible. Without as much space, there’s not enough room for urine to splash on your person.

  • Pay attention to uneven ground or slopes. Peeing on a slope can quickly lead to your shoes and pants getting wet and uncomfortable.

  • Wear a hiking skirt. Hiking skirts make peeing outdoors far easier. Unlike pants, you can quickly pull a skirt up for privacy. 

  • We Provide All Overlanding Essentials for Women

    At Artemis Overland, our goal is to provide you with the best equipment for your overlanding adventures. Our friendly and knowledgeable sales staff can answer any questions you have about our products and services.  Visit our online shop today, or call us at 417-834-0375 for personalized assistance from us. 

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