Shit-In-A-Box!

Something that came to my attention about a month ago (and which I have successfully managed to block out since) has resurfaced thanks to our friends over at TreeHugger. The aptly named Shit Box is supposed to be the answer to all of your festival toilet troubles.

The creator, who also founded the footwear retailer Office, is Richard Wharton who has since set up the Brown Corporation to manufacturer his little brown brain child. It is a portable, flatpack, lightweight cardboard toilet designed for outdoor use when you need it most. It’s designed to be reused with the use of degradable poop bags – 10 of which come with the Shit Box.

So next time your kids are desperate for the loo in the car, or you’re at a festival and are dreading the long drop – just think – you could be sitting comfortably on a cardboard box, in the comfort of your own tent, emptying your bowels in style!

Seriously though, it’s quite impressive and its eco-friendly credentials aren’t bad either. Made with 70% recycled cardboard, with all of the components degradable, this novel idea might just prove to be popular, not least with eco-conscious festival goers.

We already have self contained solar showers, biodegradable tent pegs, and floatable dinner sets

So why not add a Shit Box into the mix?

Have a look at other innovative uses for the humble cardboard box over at Ethical Superstore.

I wonder what’s next . . .
 

(Image via LittleJackShit)

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  • Ray

    Looks good, but what is the maximum weight it will take? As in body weight, not poop weight. also, where do you hang the bog roll? and where do you store your reading matter??

  • Marty

    According to the manufacturer it’s been tested up to 20 stone/127 kilograms weight.
    (based on a dry unused box). As for reading matter and bog roll it’s up to you! Keep them in your box pre-poop, or affix a holder to the side of the box . . . The possibilities are (almost) endless!

  • stonefisk

    Would not rate its chances in the slightest hint of rain though. 20 stone and soggy cardboard – that poop will end in tears.