- Trainer seat removes to fit adult toilets
- Potty trainer seat and step stool all in one
- Converts into a 2-level step stool
- 18 months and up
best potty we’ve ever had
Our daughter is 32 months old (two years) and I bought this potty for her to use. My mother in law bought one too, I suppose she was trying to help, but it wasn’t as good as this one. I strongly prefer it over almost all the potties locally available. The reason I like it so much is that the cup is under the seat and not part of the seat. The one my mil bought has the cup as an inset into the top and when my little girl sits on it, it sticks to her bottom and well, I’m sure you can guess what happens when she has used it…Unfortunately she stood on the lid of the potty and the seat cracked and I thought it best to get another, to keep her from getting pinched in the crack, but when I went back to the store to get another, they didn’t have this version any more. The one they did have, that I got, is not as simple, now that I know I can get this potty here I will probably buy another.The only flaw, that is not the fault of the potty, is that we have the elongated toilet bowls and most potty seats that can be set on the toilet only work with the round toilets. We currently have four potties for our daughter, two here, and one each at my mothers and his. All four are different.Fisher-Price Royal Pottyis at my mothers house and I like it a lot, it too has the cup under the seat.
Not for little girls, either
This potty is driving me crazy. Unless my daughter sits on it in a particular way, she ends up messing up the floor, AND SHE’S A GIRL! I don’t know what the problem is; perhaps the hole in the seat is simply too small. If I position her in the correct position, a mess is avoided, but she can’t find that “perfect position” by herself. That’s a lot to ask of a two year old. She has no problem at all with a different padded potty seat that sits on top of the toilet.
Grows with your kids!
My daughter LOVES her 1st Potty n Step Stool. We are just at the potty training phase but we can already see how easily this will grow with her. It is really easy to use and seems easy to clean. I’ve heard that it might not work that great for boys but it’s awesome for little girls!
Urine seeps into every crack and crevice causing an unholy stench.
This thing stinks. Literally.In no time at all, your bathroom will smell like a truck-stop restroom. This thing has so many cracks and crevices, that any aim that isn’t spot on leaks into the interior, where it dries and starts to stink. See those green handles? Well, they attach to the rest of the toilet through holes in the top. If your kid misses a little and pees on the seat, it runs into the handles holes and drips into the interior, where it pools in various chambers.As others have mentioned, the pee shield is worthless.
Not the worst seat … not the best either
I have twin girls and before I even allowed them to use the seats, the pee guard fell off. One of my girls actually needs the guard because of the way the stream hits the bowl, it bounces out. This is an impossible seat to keep clean, too. It tips way too easily and I’ve cleaned many spills because of it. The plastic guards on the lid fell off immediately. If this is the only seat you can get your hands on, it will serve its purpose. However, I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone who has a choice!