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El diseño es bonito, pero no es muy resistente. la parte de arriba que asemeja la caja "de agua" se tiene que fija con unos pequeños tornillos, sin embargo la tapa de arriba queda suelta (como para guardar cosas) pero al momento de trasladarlo es un fastidio porque se suelta, además los niños la quitan la ponen y lo agarran de juego. Muy complicado adaptar el protector para que los niños orinen sentados sin salpicar y no queda muy fijo que digamos, muy fail de perderse. Los niños obviamente quieren estar "bajandole" al baño a cada rato y saben que es de juego, asi que se acaban la pila. A mi no me funcionó para nada, me funcionó más un adaptador para el baño real.
A mi en lo particular no me sirvió, mis gemelas lo usaron para jugar y siempre quisieron ir al baño verdadero, es mejor comprar los asientitos que se quitan y ponen en la taza del baño. Esta muy lindo pero es tan ligero que este par término usandolo de empujadera
Loved the concept, but absolutely hate this product! There's definitely room for improvement. Problems I had with this potty are listed below. 1.) The potty takes up a lot of space and it doesn't break down for easy storage without you having to disassemble it. 2.) The potty is much too small for an average child to comfortably sit on. I included photos to show the difference in size when compared to another potty training seat. 3.) The storage tank lid is hard to properly close (see photo). I'm constantly having to fiddle with it to get it to close all the way... which quickly became annoying! 4.) The wipe storage on top of the lid will not hold baby wipes (see photo) - this space may fit flushable wipes perfectly but I have not compared the size. 5.) The pee guard constantly falls off and doesn't leave enough room for my child to get on or off the potty by himself. 6.) Too many cracks and crevasses to wipe down. On the positive: I love that this potty doesn't have a character or theme printed all over it. The character prints are fine for my child's bathroom, but I don't want them being the main focal point in a bathroom that's used mostly by adults.
This toilet is great if your trying to mock the actual potty. However, there are a number of not so great issues.
1. It’s very flimsy. While it’s great that it goes together quickly and effortlessly, I had a hard time KEEPING it together. The back is held together by a tiny notch which constantly falls over. (My two year old is always taking the potty apart) That back part needs to be a screw piece (not something that just sits on top of the base). You HAVE to keep this against a wall because the second your kid goes to get comfy and lean back, they will fall back because of the way it just sits on top of the base.
2. The splash guard for boys is super annoying. The slightest touch of it and it falls into the bowl. So you can imagine, everytime my son went to sit on the potty, the splash guard was now drowning in a mess. I threw mine away.
I just ended up training my son on the big potty because I was a bit disappointed with this one.
Love that it flushes, love that it looks exactly like the big potty (but at 22 months, they don’t really care).
I wanted to like this but just didn’t work out for us. My 2 year old boy potty trained sitting on Primo 4-in-1 potty but wanted to start standing to pee (so was using primo one for about 6 mths now). So I thought this might be good to mimic his daycare’s mini functional potties where he has no problem standing to pee. Nope!! The seat is smaller and only slightly taller. The flush sound just became a distraction and a toy. Worst part of this potty was the bowl itself. Terrible design...the lip of the bowl comes up instead of down. This is a problem when you pour out the pee and it runs along the lip making a mess. (The Primo potty’s lip goes down so pour out is easy.). The upper compartment was too small to hold wipes but if you lift the lid off, the back compartment is big enough. I bought this because it was on sale but returned it. Maybe if you start potty training and everything with this potty, you would get used to all these flaws. But after experiencing my son potty training and using Primo one, I know better. After I returned it, I realized that was a good decision because my son started using the Primo as a stool when lid was closed and standing to pee in adult toilet. Every kid is different but this didn’t work for us.
I’ve been using this potty seat for 3 days with my son As other reviews said, the realistic look and realistic flush were (initially) great draws and what first enticed my son to try going on the potty. The initial lure of the potty is important so I’m not downplaying the importance of these awesome factors. However, and also as other reviews said, the darn splash guard for boys...it falls into the toilet dozens of times a day and I curse it twice as many. My toddler seeing my annoyance at having to reach down into his pee to get that shield does not convey the positive attitude I’m going for. This is a deal breaker for me. I do not find this easy to clean- too many crevices. I have a Bjorn chair that is a hundred times easier and quicker, and I feel I get it cleaner. It’s annoying that the lid doesn’t stay up on its own. My boy has discovered that the lid to the “tank” comes off and is always taking it off now. Ugh. The flush novelty has already worn off but the annoying aspects of this potty are still going strong. I loved this potty when we started too, but honestly, to me, not worth it.
This potty is super cute, but ridiculously small. My 2 year old is obsessed with the toilet, but not quite ready to take the plunge yet so we bought this for her to at least begin to pretend to sit on it. She doesn't fit. At all. She hangs over both sides and if she actually tried to use it, everything would end up on the floor or her clothes, not the pan inside the potty. I don't know what size kid the manufacturer had in mind when it was designed, but clearly it wasn't my daughter. Yes, she's 99% for height and weight, but we got this for her when she was 20 months old and realized there was no hope she would ever be able to use it. Even at that point it was too small for her.
I have two major issues with this potty. 1. This is not a potty if you have a boy. Yes they give you a splash guard but your toddler who already isn't in love with the idea of sitting on this thing certainly won't like you putting the splash guard in place causing his legs to spread a little more and now won't be able to get on/off without assistance. Trust me you don't want your child to have to wait on you to get them on or off the potty. My son's daycare uses Baby Bijorn potties and they are simple and are designed in a way that allows no pee-outs for boys. 2. I love the flushing mechanism but Summer Infant really needs to have one small latch that locks the lid in place because once your kid realized the entire top pops off easily they won't give two shits about flushing the toilet.