Boon Potty Bench – Green

Boon Potty Bench – Green

This training potty helps organize potty-training supplies and includes a pull-out drawer for easy, sanitary clean-up.

Main features

  • Dimensions: 19.5″ x 12.5″ x 7.125″
  • Wide, no tip base
  • Removable drawer for easy clean-up
  • Easily converts to a bench or step stool that supports up to 300 lbs.
  • Soft flexible deflector helps guard against injury

Verified reviews



This potty seat is cute, to me. I got it as a gift but put it on my wishlist as I wanted to fill my home with Boon’s genius inventions. This potty is so BEAUTIFUL. Of course my daughter never ended up using it and went straight to the big girl toilet but at least I have a potty-step stool now.

Nichole Mount Carbon, WV

Worked Great for my “larger” toddler

I didn’t want to write a review about this bench until it had been used for a while. I started potty training my son with The First Years flush n’ sounds potty. That was horrible. It stuck to his butt when he sat on it, and it always made a red ring on him. How uncomfortable. Plus he was big for his age and he just didn’t fit on it. So I checked like all over and found this bench. It was comfortable for him to sit on and I didn’t have to worry about him getting hurt from it. He loved the compartments to put his toys and books in. He was potty trained at about 2.5 and now at 3.5 he still uses it sometimes and he still fits.The reason I didn’t give it five stars is, like others, I didn’t like the splash guard. I didn’t like it because I had to work every time to close the lid properly, and we always use it as a step stool. But the good thing was the whole was big enough that I just taught my son to “tuck” it in so we didn’t have a mess. That was very easy for him to catch on to so it was no big deal to not use the splash guard. Now I’m starting to use this bench to train my boy/girl twins and they both love to sit on it. They’re 20 months and my boy understands that he needs to “tuck” his in too so it’s still not a problem.It is big, but that’s okay with me. Just a couple of times I didn’t get to clean it out before my son moved it (and I mean picked it up) to use it as a stool and we had a mess. Good thing it’s easy to clean.

Sonya Green River, WY

Really cool

As a stepping stool, my husband and I are both around 200Lbs, and it holds our weight really well.As a potty, there are a lot of cool things about this potty. The tray it easy to remove and clean, the orange pee stopper works really great for our son, and both sides hold wipes. One side even has a roll holder for toilet paper. The other side is great for holding spare cloth diapers as well.

Jewel Seagoville, TX

I agree, not the best for boys.

It is attractive, as far as a potty can be. It hold a lot of weight and is nice and sturdy, I also like that it doubles as a stool for hand washing, teeth brushing…etc. I like the little compartments on the side although the kids have never noticed them. The problem is really with the orange shield when it comes to use for boys. It just not positioned correctly to help with boys. Perhaps if it was just a large version of itself, it would work better. I would imagine this would be fantastic for girls, but unfortunately for boys… I’d pass and opt for something else.

Rhoda Savage, MD

LOVE it!

I bought this for my daughter when she was 18 months and used it as just a bench until she was 21months. Potty training has been a breeze so far! The side compartments are great for storing extra underwear and clothes! Which I do often since I take the potty to the sitters house! It is the perfect height for her to get on and off of by herself and the pull out drawer makes for easy clean up! I couldn’t do without it! Thank you Boon for making potty training a little smoother!!

Vicki Pointblank, TX