How to urinate secretly anytime, anywhere

HeWee Go Active removes the need for a trip to the toilet

Author: Pat
5th May 2016
 

A device allowing men to urinate discreetly is a modified version of a system used by technical divers.

The new HeWee Go Active from Custom Divers is touted as the ideal solution for disabled people, pilots, long distance drivers and many others.

Men are now to urinate anywhere at any time, thanks to the cleverly discreet new urine collection system worn beneath clothing.

urine collection system worn beneath clothing

It is designed for any man who needs to relieve himself, but for whom a trip to the toilet is either impractical or impossible.

It is a durable, compact, and reusable system that can be used in a wide range of activities and diverse situations.

For people with disability or limited mobility, the HeWee Go Active removes the need for a trip to the disabled toilet. It is just as useful for pilots, long distance lorry drivers, concert pianists, or Glastonbury-goers who do not wish to miss their favourite band while queuing for a festival portaloo.

The HeWee Go Active fits securely onto the wearer and, unlike medical urination systems, can be washed and reused again and again.

It is an enhanced version of the successful HeWee Go male urination system for divers. Technical diving equipment manufacturer Custom Divers was approached by many other industries looking for a similar solution for other applications in many different sports, medical and work environments. Continues below…

An adjustable support belt is suitable for waistlines up to 40 inches (a 10-inch extension strap is available as an accessory). The man chooses from two diaphragm sizes and three sheath sizes. A rubber flange containing the chosen diaphragm fits through the reinforced ring on the front of the support belt. The sheath is then rolled over the penis to provide a good fit, with any excess left rolled. This rolled section of the sheath stretches over the front part of the flange and is held securely in position.

It connects to the 440ml urine collection bag by a tube, and is either strapped to the thigh or lower leg using the leg strap. Alternatively for discretion, the collection bag can be put in a holdall and connected to the tube via a fly.

Waste urine can be drained into a urinal or toilet using a valve attached to the collection bag.

The original HeWee Go and commercial-use HeWee Go Active Pro are also available.

For more information, check out the Custom Divers website at www.customdivers.com

 
 
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