Join Date: Apr 2008
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We were on the fence and decided to go with the AirHead model as a result of a few design considerations. It seemed NaturesHead requires the removal of the seat unit to empty the liquid tank, whereas the AirHead liquid tank is easily accessible. In addition, the AirHead seat is more of a residential size and is much more comfortable than our previous marine head.
We have had this unit approximately 3 months, and I must admit I was very skeptical. This unit, so far, has proved itself a good buy. We have not had a single issue nor have we had to dump the solid tank as of yet with moderate use. The liquid tank must be dumped about every 2-3 days for the wife and I...and could go longer if I wasnt too lazy to go topside.
As for installation, I plumbed the vent to a Day/Night Nicro solar powered vent and currently do not see the need to install the 12v fan. To summarize, this has been a great purchase. There is a matter "getting used to it" but that seems to be a more than fair trade off to pump outs, clogs and rebuilds.
1983 Morgan OI 416