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The pStyle is a urinary diversion device that’s kind of shaped like a taco. It’s made from rigid, BPA- and phthalate-free plastic.
It’s about 1.5 inches tall, 1.5 inches wide and 7.5 inches long. The pStyle is available in an assortment of colors, including:
Use the pStyle by placing the widest part between your legs and under your flow area, a.k.a. your urethra. Aim the open side down slightly and go. When you’re done going, lift the pStyle upwards to catch any remaining drops. Some users describe this as the “squeegee technique.” You shouldn’t need to use any toilet paper when you use this product as instructed.
The pStyle is made to be reusable and can be simply rinse with water or cleaned with soap and water. If you’re in an area where you don’t have access to water, such as in the outdoors, the manufacturers recommend that you shake the pStyle vigorously to get rid of most of the urine. You can also use wipes, like Lysol wipes, to clean it. The pStyle can be recycled since it’s made from #2 plastic.
Keep the pStyle in a bag of your choosing or use a pCase carrying case, which sells for $12.00 on the pStyle website. The pStyle should fit into most deep pockets, purses and glove compartments.
The pStyle is marketed to women who spend a lot of time in the outdoors and to transgender men. Most of the negative reviews say that the open top of the device, which is more of a trough than a funnel, allows for too much accidental overflow, leading to an unpleasant mess and, unfortunately, wet clothes. There is another large group of reviewers who state that it works great.
Pros vs. Cons
- Product has been around for 10 years
- Comes in an assortment of colors
- Your purchase supports a company with a trans-feminist ethic
- · Open-top design may lead to overflow accidents for some users
About the Company
The pStyle company is proud to have a trans feminist ethic meaning they recognize that women and transgender people aren’t always treated equally and that needs to change.
Final Say: Is it Worth a Go?
The pStyle is an FUD that seems to work great for most of the people who try it. However, there is an undeniable percentage of people who it didn’t work for. It sounds like one of those products you need to try out to see whether it will work for you. If it does, you’ll be all set.
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