The pStyle is a plastic device that allows women, nonbinary folks, and trans men to pee standing up without undressing. It is a simple design that works exceptionally well. Because it is made of rigid plastic, the pStyle is easily maneuvered through clothing and properly positioned. The rounded back edge is used to wipe with so there are no drips! The pStyle can be cleaned with soap and water, wet wipes, or shaken vigorously and washed at the next convenient time. It is also dishwasher safe.
Please note that the pStyle works well for many adults and children. Due to the diversity of human bodies, it cannot work for ALL people. If you have concerns about the size of the pStyle and whether it would work for you, please contact us.
This pStyle is made in partnership with Oceanworks® out of recycled ocean plastic recovered from fishing nets, trawls, and ropes. Discarded fishing gear is the most deadly form of ocean plastic to marine life. It takes around 600 years to decompose and makes up about 10% of ocean plastic pollution.
The Oceanworks® Guarantee: Responsibly sourcing traceable, authentic and high-quality recycled plastics to keep our oceans clean. www.oceanworks.co
Size: 7.75 in. x 1.75 in. x 1.625 in.
Weight: 0.8 oz
Materials: BPA and phthalate free polypropylene.
Made in the USA
Maneuver the pStyle through your clothing and place it so the widest part is centered under your urethra. Check to be sure clothing is not inside the cup of the pStyle. Tilt the open end down, relax, and pee. After you finish peeing, wait a moment, then pull the pStyle slowly forward with a firm upward pressure to remove the remaining drops.
Shake vigorously or rinse with water and store in a secure place. If water is not available, wash your pStyle at the next convenient time or carry sanitary wipes. The pStyle is dishwasher safe.
Most users have success the first time they try the pStyle. For some it takes a little practice. You can perfect your technique in the shower.
Can people with physical issues or wheelchairs use the pStyle?
Many people with injuries or physical issues have great success with the pStyle. If you are on crutches, can’t sit on a public toilet after a hip replacement, or just have a hard time getting up and down due to painful knees it will be very useful.
We have heard positive reports from people who can’t use public restrooms due to chemical sensitivity or phobias and people with a frequent need to urinate due to pregnancy or illness.
People who use wheelchairs have varied success. You need to be able to get to the front of the chair and get the pStyle under your body in order for it to work.
If you have questions please contact us.
How do I avoid getting splatter on my shoes / splashback in a toilet.
Take a wide stance. Avoid peeing onto a hard surface such as asphalt or compacted dirt. Aim for a vertical surface. Aim onto a surface that is lower than your shoes.
In a toilet, alter the angle of your pee stream so that it hits the wall of the toilet/urinal at a gradual angle; the closer to 90 degrees, the worse the splashback will be. You can also lay down a piece of toilet paper and aim for that.
Check out this video on the fluid dynamics of splashback for more info.
Can I use the pStyle in a car?
Never drive and pStyle at the same time. Determined passengers may be able to pull it off. Best practice is to find a safe place to pull over and use the pStyle while the vehicle is not in motion.
I’m having trouble using the pStyle. What should I do?
First re-read the instructions. You may not be placing the pStyle far back enough. The ideal spot for the back end is just forward of the perineum. Make sure you are tilting it downward and not tipping it to the side. Check to see that clothing is not inside the cup.
If you are still having trouble you are welcome to contact us. with questions. We will try our best to help you figure out how to have success.
Who uses the pStyle?
While women are the primary users they are not the only ones who benefit. Everyone wins when someone close to them has an easier time peeing. Non Binary folks and trans men might use the pStyle. Cis gendered men might use a pStyle if they have a medical condition that interferes with their ability to stand up and pee.
Can children use the pStyle?
We have had reports of successful pStyle use from parents of children as young as three. Practice in the shower is recommended.
I've tried several stand to pee devices, and the pStyle is the one that worked perfectly for me on my first try and every try after that. It's my go-to, and is a product I don't hesitate to recommend. Do yourself a favor and get one, two, or several of these babies!
Honestly, as a person who works outside and doesn't always have access to a toilet- game changer. It works perfectly. No leaks. Sturdy. Comfortable. This is the only stand-to-pee device that I could find that isn't marketed solely to cis-women. Thank you so much for making an inclusive product!
I finally understand why standing to pee is by far the most effective and efficient way to do it. With this little device I can discreetly relieve myself. Garden? No prob. Out in the woods? No prob. Deserted street late at night? No prob. Actually I have no experience with that one… Buy at least 3. You won’t regret it. The recycled green is a lovely forest green and is exactly the same color as my watering can.
A friend told me about pStyle It works so well! Now I never have to worry about being miserable on a hike or searching for the perfect spot. I have literally told all my girlfriends about it! I am a huge fan!
I've used these wonderful devices for 20 years, and they are a life -saver! They always work, unless you're in a real rush and don't place device correctly
I love my pStyle so much that I added this recycled plastic one to the line-up because I kept forgetting the one on my backpack when rushing out the door. I am on the road fairly often and have a bladder the size of a lentil. When you gotta go you gotta go. My pStyle allows me to take advantage of any available cover without exposing my entire backside to the world with the conventional drop the pants and squat. It feels safer, faster, so much less exposed. Seriously I love my pStyle which, when paired with a kula cloth accompany me pretty much everywhere now. Save water! Pee outside!