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Argos Is Selling Pop-Up Portable Toilets And They're Perfect For Festival Season

Argos has released a selection of portable toilets perfect for festival-goers - including a pop-up tent that makes the perfect private bathroom on-the-go.

The retail giant has a range of unusual solutions that, while primarily designed for camping fans, will provide a welcome alternative to grubby festival cubicles.

eisurewize Need A Loo Excel Portable Camping Toilet, £24.99, pictured inside a pop-up tent. Credit: Argos
eisurewize Need A Loo Excel Portable Camping Toilet, £24.99, pictured inside a pop-up tent. Credit: Argos

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Promising to be "lightweight" and "compact when not in use," its Leisurewize Need A Loo Excel Portable Camping Toilet, £24.99, comes with its own toilet roll holder as well as a removable waste container.

There are also more state-of-the-art options including the Leisurewize 10L Portable Flushing Toilet, £69.99, and the Royal Thetford Portable Toilet 165, £79.99. With water jets, waste tanks and pump-action flushing, they're practically luxurious.

Olpro Pop-Up Toilet Tent with tree print, £49.99. Credit: Argos
Olpro Pop-Up Toilet Tent with tree print, £49.99. Credit: Argos

For those customers craving extra privacy, there's even a line-up of special foldable tents designed to conceal your temporary lavatory.

The Olpro Pop-Up Toilet Tent, from £39.99, comes in two different designs including khaki and a tree-adorned choice to add a touch of chic to toilet time. Just unzip the circular bag and the canvas will open up to form a miniature bathroom enclosure.

Andes Portable Folding Outdoor Camping Toilet, £14.99. Credit: Amazon
Andes Portable Folding Outdoor Camping Toilet, £14.99. Credit: Amazon

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And it's not just Argos that's getting in on the action - Amazon's offering an even cheaper alternative. The Andes Portable Folding Outdoor Camping Toilet merely comprises a seat, bucket and stand but at £14.99, it's ideal for those who have spent all their money on the festival ticket itself.

The solutions will excite fans prepping for Britain's upcoming festivals. The season kicks off today with gates officially opening for this weekend's Glastonbury festival at Worthy's Farm in Somerset.

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Amber Ascroft

Amber is a freelance beauty editor and lifestyle journalist. She's written for the likes of STYLIST, Red, Harper's Bazaar, Mail Online and Good Housekeeping and starred on ITV's This Morning.

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