I finished its roll and dismantled the camera. Good news all around: it comes apart per the instructions at http://mywebpages.comcast.net/hmpi/P...Disposable.htm
with the exception that items 4 and 6 are really about the back of the camera. Other encouraging points:
The very wide body is composed of 2 very wide but nonessential pieces that snap over the actual body, which is about as wide as an ordinary disposable flash camera. Alas, they also hold the self-portrait mirror in place. They snap off without breaking--in fact, the whole camera comes apart without breaking anything. The counter wheel (27 exp max) is easily reset with a small screwdriver.
It uses standard 35mm film canisters with no need for altering the spindles, and the flash battery is a standard AAA cell. The flash capacitor is distant from the places one's fingers are likely to go when reloading in the dark. Still exposed, though.
Pretty decent all in all. The page linked above says it's f/13.5, 1/100.