NEMO Equipment Inc. Heliopolis Outhouse

NEMO Equipment Inc. Heliopolis Outhouse
NEMO Equipment Inc. Heliopolis Outhouse
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Heliopolis Outhouse by NEMO Equipment Inc.
It's not roughing it when you're packing the privacy and civilized comfort of the Nemo Heliopolis Outhouse on your next camping trip. This portable outhouse doubles as a sanitary changing and shower station, integrating with Nemo's Helio Shower (sold separately) for staying hygienic at camp.

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SKU: NEMK01J
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