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$24.95 for one
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The makers of the lily-shaped Whiz Freedom say that their purple FUD is the world’s first antibacterial and hydrophobic urine director. In the UK, it’s available by NHS prescription and also for private purchase. The Whiz Freedom is registered as a medical device in the EU and is FDA-approved in the USA.
This product is made from medical-grade thermoplastic that is infused with antibacterial, antifungal and antimicrobial agents. It is also “self-cleansing” since it repels liquids. It measures about 6 inches long and 3.75 inches wide at its widest. Carry bags are available for purchase separately.
The Whiz Freedom has been clinically tested on over 1,400 women and shown to be easy to use and leakfree. It’s been available since 2004 and works in the same way as other pee funnels: hold it in place and go.
Customers who have tried cheaper FUDs say that the Whiz Freedom works much better. It’s less prone to leaks and is very easy and convenient to use. The main drawback is that it can be hard to get the opening of the Whiz Freedom where it needs to be without pulling your pants all the way down to where your backside is exposed.
Pros vs. Cons
- Unique design prevents “splash back” and leaks
- Somewhat high price
About the Company
The Whiz Freedom is produced by a company called Oxford Devices, Ltd.
Final Say: Is it Worth a Go?
The Whiz Freedom is an excellent choice when it comes to reusable FUDs. They take away some of the ick-factor by producing an item that has anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties. It’s also nice that the device repels liquid, so you won’t have much lingering urine to clean up after use. It’s also flexible and can be folded for convenient storage.
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