Willie’s Watercloset

On March 9, 2011, in Long Drops, by jason

Willies Watercloset

Who could resist Willies Watercloset?? Constructed by treated timber and NZ made tarpaulin this watercloset is sturdy, weathertight and built to last. It features an ergonomic seat and a locking door for those that like privacy and comfort.

Optional extras include:

  • organic sawdust
  • floral display
  • toilet roll holder
  • solar lighting
  • wall mounts (pictures or calenders)
 

134 Responses to Willie’s Watercloset

  1. Tonya says:

    look it even has a lovely ambience with the sun coming through the tarp.

  2. April Duggan says:

    I like the idea of privacy and comfort. Much nicer reading the paper on this than those delightful chemical buckets!

  3. Kerry says:

    I like the lock, the wife and kids can’t interrupt me in there

  4. vicky says:

    Very good !!!! You’ve even seduced a ‘non-do-it-outsider’ to give it a try. I agree with the others : ambience is lovely ! security a MUST ! what’s the view like ? : ))

    • willies wife says:

      when the door is open you have a plum tree to the right and straight ahead a house with a broken window and a few bricks missing – results of shaking

  5. Donna M says:

    Just LOVE it….It so reminds me of Waiheke Island and my parents bach there – the long drop had fibrolite walls and jandals painted on the inner walls… strangely I miss it now that they have a “house” there with all the mod cons … never thought i would say that after 40 years of a long drop…LOL You’ve done a great job!!!!

  6. Carolyn says:

    As blue is one of my favorite colours how could I not like it

  7. Tom says:

    You need to change the picture on the inside of the door before you get my vote

    • Lorna Williams says:

      It was the only old calander we had. I think you took the one with naked girls on it for your sauna.

  8. Sharon says:

    Just stunning… love it!

  9. lisa says:

    love it, better thank my nail box with childs seat

  10. Janet says:

    You Kiwis are doing it tough and we’re thinking of you over here in Oz. Thanks for bringing some humour to what must be a very tough time for everyone.

  11. Adrienne says:

    Love it with the blue ambience. Like a beautiful sunny day.

  12. Tania says:

    A serene beauty with indoor/outdoor flow:) Sun with protection and a peaceful pic to view as you deal to business– simply comfortable

  13. Maia says:

    So clean and fresh looking. Nice :)

  14. Andrew says:

    A shit hot shitter if ever I saw one. Nicer than the ones at Marahau.

  15. Kyle says:

    Hey, I can see your house from here! Just need to add a mag rack for that quality time reading and you’re sorted!

  16. Tonya says:

    Is the organic broll working a treat?. hmmm I wonder where you can get that.

  17. Denise says:

    Great to see a decent door lock / handle again. No more broken finger nails in the dark trying to close a chrome contraption from the elite bathroom showroom.

    • willies says:

      your not in the dark when you visit OUR toilet in the middle of the night – the solar light guides you to the little room. Once there in the loo there is an optional torch that you can put on your head (like the miners wear) to leave you hands free for other activities you may choose to do.

  18. Sandra Gulleford says:

    How charming. Not like the ones in Oz but the ingenuity is superb. Woudn`t be surprised to see it appearing in the next House and Garden edition.

  19. Carolyn says:

    yipeeeeeeeeeeeee over 100 votes wow :-)

  20. Lou says:

    See what sites Carolyn takes us on to at work????

    Good on you!!!

    I think you are awesome!!!

    Talk about home comfort!!

  21. Toni gulleford says:

    Very stylish…..I do love my amenities and I reckon I’d give it a go;)))

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