Outdoor female urination device

About a year ago I searched a female urination device, because I am lot outside and you have been so kind to help me out on the phone.

I am so excited about the Pibella, it works perfectly and is the ideal solution for all the opportunities I looked for.

So your consultation was great.

Yet it wasn’t until lately that I discoverd how amazing Pibella is.

After a surgery my friend had to change the bandages every time she would go to the toilet, that was laborious so I decided to give my Pibella to her and now she is as happy with the Pibella as I am.

regards

Nicole

reliable Simplicity with Pibella Travel FUD

I recently purchased a Pibella travel FUD and have been delighted with its reliable simplicity. It has really improved my experience in hiking and travel to Central America, where bathroom facilities are quite primitive and often unclean.

My mother ended her years in a skilled nursing facility, largely because of falling accidents related to getting up to use the bathroom at night. My sister died of Multiple Sclerosis after several years in a nursing home. Their lives would have been prolonged and made much more comfortable had they had access to Pibella comfort.

Regards,

Sophie

Pibella urine aid is a great help in pregnancy

The feminine urination device Pibella is a great help for me in pregnancy.
I LOVE Pibella Travel (stand up and pee) and Pibella Comfort (lying down).

Thank you so much.
Marlene
Washington, USA

The Pibella was our tester’s favorite FUD for long-distance backpacking or peeing discreetly

FUDs are funnels that let women pee standing up. We tried most brands to report back on the pros and cons of each model. Plus: Tips on how to use them.
Best use: Long distance backpacking or peeing discreetly
Tester notes: “As a long-distance backpacker, I prioritize size, weight, reliability, and durability over everything else, and that’s why the Pibella is my number one pick. It is nearly weightless, small enough to fit in the hip-pocket of my pack, and made from a hard plastic that seems to withstand a lot of abuse. It’s also incredibly discreet. The Pibella is different than the other FUDs in one major way: The side of the device that meets your body is almost as small as the spout on the other end. In other words, you’re peeing into a straw.
That visual is enough to discomfort most ladies who don’t want wet hiking pants, but I wouldn’t be writing this if it didn’t also miraculously work. The end of the Pibella which meets your body inserts just enough to feel reassuring but not invasive: You will know beyond a doubt when it’s in the right spot to work. At the beginning of my trials, I was certain this would leak, but by the end my thinking had reversed. There’s a bigger learning curve, but I think it’s well worth getting acquainted with the Pibella when it comes time to head out on the trail.” –

BACKPACKER Magazine USA

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Urination device for Wheelchair and Powerchair

Hi,

I am a user of both the comfort and the travel Pibella (for to pee while sitting in my powerchair, wheelchair). I have trialled a few urinary devices in the my time and by far by far by far,

your product is superior!

I have introduced it to facebook page of women who also have Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy.
Thanks for creating such a wonderful, life expanding product. Very grateful.

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Kind regards
Rebecca from Australia

Bedridden daughter – the Pibella urination system helps

Hi Pibella Team

I have bought several Pibella Comfort, they are for my daughter who is severly ill in Myalgisc Encephalommyelitis (which means inflammation in the brain and muscles) and she is totally bedridden since almost a year.

Without the Pibella urination system her life would be much more difficult (and also mine – I am the only carer) so thank you for this product and thank´s again for the extra tubes and lids!

Kind regards,
Elvira
USA

FHS St.Gallen – recommends Pibella

„Introducing the Pibella urination system to healthcare institutions is useful and desirable. This urination device is also suitable for pregnant women and outdoor activities.“

FHS St.Gallen – Recommend by the Institute for Applied Nursing Science at the University of Applied Sciences
following an empirical study – 2010/11

Thanks to Pibella the patients self-esteem is restored

My name is Theresia Gerber, and I am a caretaker for the company Vitassist „Läb dehei“ („Live at home“) in Lenzburg. I work with many sick, old or handicapped people. During this activity, going to the toilet or not being able to do so is more than often a large issue. For men, it is not such a problem because they have a convenient urine bottle. But for women, it has always been a complicated matter. With the help of this great „Pibella“, a fantastic aid is now available for women. As a caretaker, I have had great experiences with it – especially with a completely spastic paralysed lady who unfortunately cannot move any extremities except her head. Lying down, she is able to urinate every day using Pibella, and without any strain on either her or my behalf. For me as a caretaker, it is very uncomplicated and easy to place the fine invention „Pibella – Comfort with a collectin bag“ between the the labia. The feedbacks from my patients are consistently good because they find it very pleasant. And because there are no pressure points or other unpleasant feelings. A further advantage is the fact that „Pibella“ is repeatedly reusable because it can be cleaned in a simple manner. The sheets also remain absolutely dry due to the precise handling of the system. It is impossible to use a bedpan for a spastic paralysed woman. Without „Pibella“, the lady would always have to urinate in diapers or painstakingly have to be put into another bed to use a toilet using the patient lift, which is very time-consuming and unpleasant for the patient because it causes pain more often than not. Therefore, we are all very grateful for the fact that „Pibella Comfort“ exists because no insurance company will pay for the significant extra-time used for relocation. This means that the patients would be forced to urinate in diapers. Even if these diapers are very good nowadays, it is still discriminating not to be able to urinate externally. Thanks to „Pibella“, the patients’ self-esteem is restored.

It is highly convenient that both Pibellas can be used either by oneself or by an assistant in a simple manner.

Personally, I always carry Pibellas with me in order to be prepared at all times. I CAN ONLY RECOMMEND THIS TO ALL WOMEN!

Kind regards and have a nice weekend

Theresia Gerber, Vitassist „Läb dehei“, “live at home”, Lenzburg, Switzerland

Pibella and my Wheelchair

Soon in English

Ich bin mit der Pibella Travel sehr zufrieden und bestelle deshalb gerne noch ein zweites Exemplar, damit ich sowohl zu Hause als auch auswärts versorgt bin. Ich bin nämlich Rollsstuhlfahrerin und deshalb immer davon abhängig, ob ich irgendwo eine entsprechende Toilette finde. Diese Pibella Urinierhilfe für Rollstuhlfahrerin macht für mich das Leben viel leichter. Mit freundlichem Gruss Siskaia Teiler

I didn’t know about it until yesterday

When I got to the category „Health“ in the AZ newspaper yesterday, the innovative photograph really stood out: I just had to carefully examine the report titled „A small tube for dripless peeing in the field of nursing care and on travels“.

Before I continued reading the paper, I had to visit your website first. Immediately after collecting the information I required, I submitted my order to you!

And only 24 hours later I am now able to try it out for the first time! Your invention is sensational!! It worked perfectly the very first time I tested it.

You just cannot imagine how happy I am about this invention and how happy my entire family will be when they won’t have to wait for hours on the ski slopes until I have taken off and put back on 5 layers of clothes in order to go to the toilet (I think we will be able to do at least 4 to 5 runs more per day!).

It’s a great shame that you hardly advertise such a great invention. For example, I didn’t know anything about it until yesterday.

And I also think it’s a shame that your website mainly addresses sick people and those in need of care. There are indeed a lot of young women with a bladder weakness (especially after giving birth) and who desperately (almost to the point of having tears in their eyes) look for toilets because they cannot go for a pee behind a tree in a discreet manner. When in public, a woman needs a great deal more courage to let her trousers down, even if she is behind a tree!

I wish you the best of success

Kind and grateful regards

Sandra Bachmann