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Review of Dometic RV Toilet - Part-Timer w/ Sprayer Standard Height - DOM29FR

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Dometic RV Toilet - Part-Timer w/ Sprayer Standard Height - DOM29FR Review

Ellen: Hey everyone. I'm Ellen here at and today we're taking a look at the Dometic Part-Timer RV Toilet with hand sprayer. So, this is going to be the good, better echelon of toilets from us here at We look at this in comparison with some of its friends. It's going to be all the way on the left, so it's a little bit of an outlier, but it's still going to give you a lot of the same features that you would have at home. And this is the older style from Sealand so you might've seen this elsewhere.

You can tell from the back it has that closure around the base. But the thing that I like about this, it's going to be that standard height that we're used to. It is going to be a little bit shorter or a little bit more compact as far as front to back measurements and it does still have the porcelain bowls.So, that's going to be a better fit for or a better material to make sure that it doesn't stain. It's going to be easier to clean and also easier for things to slide down because it's a nonporous surface. It's kind of slick, so it helps things to move along down the road.

Also, that hand sprayer is going to help with that, so if we have any stubborn debris, we can spray and target the area without having to just hold down on that pedal and waste water and also potentially fill our tank too quickly, our black water tank inside our RV. This can also be used on a boat, so it can be used for marine applications as well. We take a look at the inside. Again, you're just going to press on that lever there to flush everything down. If we take a look at the operation of that.

So you press down, it's going to open that valve up and let everything slide on down.It's meant to be directly mounted above your tank, so pretty easy as far as that install goes. They do suggest that whenever you're using this that you leave a little bit of water in the bowl at all times. That way, it's going to help to seal that up and make sure that no odors escape into your RV or your vehicle. So, to do that, you just press down a little bit, just enough to let the water start going, but not enough to open that valve all the way. And whenever you do want to flush all the way, you'll just want to hold that for a second or two.

You don't want to hold too long. Again, you don't want to waste water or overfill your tank.In addition to having that ceramic bowl, we'll also have a polypropylene base, so that's going to relieve a little bit of weight for this. This is one of the heavier ones that we have. It's about 40 pounds. Most of the rest of them are about 30, so that is something to keep in mind. Shouldn't have any effect on your rig, it's just a little bit of a heavier thing to actually muscle into your bathroom area. So, that's just something to keep in mind with that. Then, as far as measurements go, you can take a look at all those numbers. So, the height going to this back portion here is going to be 19 and a half inches. Front to back is going to be about 20 and a quarter. The seat size front to back is going to be 15 and a half by 14 and then the cutout is going to be 11 by eight inches. Our bowl depth is going to be eight and a half inches. The length of that hose sprayer is 44 inches and, as I mentioned, that weight is going to be 41.6 pounds.All in all, I think it's going to be a great addition to your RV. A nice replacement for a worn-out system, something that's going to be maybe a little bit of an upgrade for you. Still has a lot of those same features. The lid and seat are both going to be a wood material, so that's nice since it's not going to have that temperature change, so in those winter months you won't have to worry about freezing your butt off when you're using the toilet. It is made in the USA. It's available in white, and that's about all there is to it for our look at the Dometic Part-Timer RV Toilet. I hope I've answered all of your questions. Thanks for watching.

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