Hello and welcome to the “Air Head” blog. We don’t know what to do with a blog really, but we feel that we should have one. Maybe we’ll try to impress you with how green we are making our manufacturing, or maybe we’ll use it to totally geek out on presenting the benefits of aerobic bacteria as pets in your home. Perhaps this is a section for us to display the worst of our bad jokes that surface on a day to day basis, as we are making toilets thereby giving you a glimpse of how life at the “Air Head” toilet making company (Eos Design LLC) really is. Or maybe it’ll be just like many other blogs we see on websites: an intro line like this and then nothing underneath because we are just too busy to write anything down… we aren’t quite sure. Anyway, to avoid that particular pitfall we’ll just start by letting our happy customers speak for us. Below are some of our favorite marine, tiny home, and RV related blogs that love the “Air Head” so much, they just had to write about it. Tiny House Blog – review Sailing, Simplicity, and the Pursuit of Happiness – review Simply Sailing – review Through the Portlight – Boat Installation – Part 1 Through the Portlight – Boat Installation and review – Part 2 Curtis Westsail – Air Head features Live Small Ride Free – RV Installation – Part 1 Live Small Ride Free – RV Installation – Part 2 Exploratorius – review Narrow Boat Tumbleweed – review Please follow and like...Read More
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You have a great product and it definitely was a wise move on our part to install your system. Thanks so much for the great customer service you provide. We keep telling people about your toilet so hopefully you'll get some more Canadian orders.Mary Lou H. & Joan G.
I keep telling our customers about your system. We now have been using it for 8 years. We are doing the Baja HaHa this year. I'll make sure to let all the cruisers know about Air Head Toliet.Ari C.
We've been using an Air Head composting toilet since 2002 and it has worked beautifully. No holding tank to deal with, no smelly hoses, no problem proving we conformed to the "absolutely no discharge" rules in areas like the Great Lakes and Lake Champlain.Mary & Paul S - Cruisers
I purchased an AirHead about 5 years ago, and am still a happy user!Joseph H.
We have an old electric toilet with holding tank and just can't stand the odors. Really anxious to toss that thing along with its extensive smelly hoses. The airhead aboard our Southern Cross 31, Scoundrel, was the only odorless head I have ever encountered in over 40 years sailing! Thanks Again Ed M.
Fit the new Air Head on Ganges yesterday and it's perfect! Pearson Triton 28
excellent, heavy duty marine construction, virtually no odor except for a couple of days on start up when it was just noticeable....They are the kind of company that I would like to do more business with, but probably won't have to.Roger A.