Download it here. The app is searchable in the Google Play Store under Sailboat Owners.
Sorry iPhone/iPad users, we are still waiting on Apple. :(Click the X in the upper right corner to make this go away
Lessee, now...$60, plus the ongoing cost of replacement cartridges for as long as you own it, for a device that doesn't get rave reviews vs. the price of a tee fitting and a couple of hose clamps for a fix that's proven to solve the problem and requires no chemicals or any additional expense ever. Plus, he gets to either eliminate one hole in the boat or free it up for a heat/ac pump or a washdownpump.I should have mentioned that I have already made the "T'ed fresh water" flush from the sink drain on my boat, and I am pleased with the results.
I have a friend that has not made that improvment and was considering the Tankette, to eliminate the initial odor when first using the head after the boat had been sitting with sea water in the intake line. Bill
I just purchased a 2003 Hunter 426 that has been used little (350 engine hours). Three head related problems:They're expensive, can be messy to change the chemical, chemical can interfere or react negatively with holding tank products.
Teeing the head intake line into the head sink drain is the best solution (see the link Stu provided), but it's not always practical to do that, especially if the head and the head sink aren't on the same side of the keel. But there are other solutions that are inexpensive to install and don't require chemicals or other additional expense.