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- Price on Company’s Website:
$12.92 for one
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- Where to buy:
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The SheWee has been available since 2003 and is marketed as the original female urination device. According to their website, one is sold every three minutes somewhere around the world. The SheWee is made from polypropylene, a type of plastic that can be recycled and is NATO-approved for use by women in the military. It measures about 6.5 inches long and 1.5 inches wide.
Available colors include:
- Power pink
- Pure white
- Pace NATO green
- Bright blue
- Freedom purple
- Desert sand
They also offer the SheWee Extreme, $19.38, that includes a carrying case and an extension tube. The extension tube helps make sure that the flow is directed away from your feet. It’s appreciated by people who are wearing bulky clothes.
Also, check out the SheWee SOS Plus, $14.54, and the Little Black Bag SheWee, $10.50, which is a black SheWee that comes with a little black carrying pouch so you can tuck it discreetly into your purse.
The SheWee got its start as an item that helped outdoorsy women, like campers, cyclists and hikers, to stand up and go but has since shifted its focus onto women who don’t like using public toilets. Let’s face it, who does?
The SheWee has a liquid-repellent surface, and you should wipe with toilet paper after using it.
The majority of user feedback is positive, which is pretty good considering this product has been around so long. Most of the negatives were given because the product is narrow and doesn’t fit everyone’s body’s the right way to prevent leaks. Some users complained the hard, rigid plastic made it uncomfortable to use this FUD.
Pros vs. Cons
- Has been around since 2003, so it’s stood the test of time
- Is recyclable
- Rigid plastic maybe be uncomfortable for some users
- Narrow design may not work for everyone
About the Company
The SheWee was invented in 1999 and the SheWee company is based in the UK. It’s carried in stores that sell outdoor gear as well as in UK pharmacies.
Final Say: Is it Worth a Go?
This product is an excellent one to try if you are new to using reusable FUDS. It’s been around for a while, and the majority of women found it to be very handy to use.
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