- Stage 1: Stand alone potty
- Stage 2: Removable training seat
- Stage 3: Stepstool for adult potty
- Non-slip rubber feet for added safety
- Removable bowl for easy cleaning
Great price, simple design!
This potty seat works great! I got it for my 18 month old daughter because she recently expressed an interest in using a potty, but she is afraid of our big toilet. I wanted a gender-neutral potty that didn’t do anything freaky like sing or talk, and this fit the bill. I also didn’t want a huge splash guard sticking up between her legs because I new that would deter her. I just wanted something basic, and I couldn’t pass up the great price!She is of average height for her age (31 inches tall) and finds it a little difficult to get up into the seat without help, but one more inch and she should be fine.I only gave four stars because it is a little light weight and can be tipped over easily. My daughter can pick it up and carry it around with no trouble. She’s fascinated with it and likes to open all the lids, and it easily falls over, but it is worth noting that this is probably not typical use! I don’t think this affects the safety of the product, but I’m just not too thrilled to see my daughter carrying around her potty throughout the house. Maybe this will be a good thing in the future because she could use it totally independently and take it to wherever she needs a step stool, but only time will tell. All I know right now is that there is a potty in my living room and I didn’t put it there.I would still buy another one of these because I think the price is fair for what you get and what it is used for.
My daughter likes this potty. I choose the boy one for her just incase our second is a boy. It works well for her. She can touch her feet to the ground when she sits on it. Cleaning is easy. The bottom is a little flimsy but its light weight and compact.
I wanted a potty that looked and worked like a toilet, not a talking toy to pee and poop in. This is nice and wide, a good size, easy to clean, and doesn’t get too messy on accident. The stool feature is a nice perk too.
Like the options of on how to use it, as a stand-alone potty or over the toilet. We are in the early stages of training, so we shall see how he prefers to use it most. At least he seems interested and isn’t intimidated by it.
okay for girls but worthless for boys..
my daughter used this seat itwas great for her,but i cant imagine my son using it without peeing all over
Easy to clean, but not very sturdy
This is a nice little potty, however I wish it was a little heavier; it’s way too easy to push around.