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Ya lleva un tiempo usándolo mi nena pero no le doy 5 estrellas por qué considero el sistema de vaciado nada práctico. Es decir, la nica no cuenta con un diseño apto para "vertir" los desechos. Tengo otro bañito que también compré aquí en Amazon, es más sencillo pero si tiene esta forma tipo "boquilla de jarra" en uno de los extremos lo cual ayuda a tirar los desechos. Y este potty no lo tiene, los bordes no facilitan el desecho. Otro contra es que de safa con gran facilidad la tapa del tanque.. no la que se levanta para guardar las toallitas o papel, sino la tapa que contiene a este. Es novedosa la palanca y el ruidito que hace y el precio (menos de $500 MXN cuando lo adquirí) es un plus.
This potty looks fantastic and the flushing is so fun, but I've had to reduce my review score due to the size. My son is 2.5 now, but he's on the skinny side and this potty has been too small for him since before he turned two. The opening just isn't big enough for him to do his business without making a mess. And the splash guard for boys always falls into the potty while he's using it (gross). We just bough the Joovy Loo and the opening is much bigger -- just wish it looked the same as the Summer Infant and made cue flushing sounds :(
Cute, but super lightweight..moves very easily. Slides out from behind my son. The little cup pee protector falls off every time he sits down. I get the idea of the back coming off to store books,etc but I think it'd be a better idea if it just attached permanently. Once my kids find out something like that, they'd rather lift it up and play with it than sit and pee or do their business. I will probably be modifying mine with suction cups to stick it to the floor and super glue to attach the back and little cup on the actual seat so it doesn't keep popping off. You need a regular Phillips head screwdriver and a small glasses screw driver to attach the battery unit to the plastic back. The manufacturers box came in a separate brown box, so it would work for a gift.
My 14 month old is 36 lbs, 3ft tall and this was much too small and didn't look like it would hold his weight for much longer as the seam looked to be opening. Also, the lid wouldn't stay on so if pulled the flush handle the lid would come off. Also not a wide base so if he were to lean to the side it would tip.
We’ve been using this potty for a week, and I’m not very impressed. I wish I had bought a different one, and am seriously considering doing so.
I bought it because of the miniature toilet appearance and the “flushing” feature. However, the lid on the tank just rests in place, so it is easy for my kid to take it off and the flushing mechanism out. This is, frankly, an unnecessary distraction from what he is supposed to be doing (and additional stressor for me). I ended up removing these because they were too distracting.
Also, the inside of the base is hollow with lots of nooks and crannies. You wouldn’t think that you need to worry about cleaning here, but the way the pot is designed, spray from pee accumulates here. Also, you’ll want to put something under the potty for the same reason (but I’m guessing most people are doing that anyway if they are putting it on carpet).
Because there is a seat that flips up separately from the potty, it is also entirely possible for the kid to pee out between the seat and the top of the pot. We’ve had to change pants a few time for this reason. Also, it creates more cleaning issues.
Finally, my kid just turned two, and is very small for his age. I feel like the potty is just too tall for him. I have to help him get on it every time, and his feet don’t rest flat on the floor.
Anyway, it is functional, I’m just not happy with it.
I really debated between 3-4 stars. Because my daughter loves this toilet but it has a couple flaws that I would love to be fixed. My daughter is almost 2. I know she isn’t quite ready to fully train, but I wanted to get her excited while it’s an exiting this before she resists and give her the option if she wants it. She has loved having her own toilet and has requested to use it multiple times (with no real success, but every step is a success in my book). So it’s got her excited, great BUT.... she wants to constantly examine it and take it apart because it’s so “fun” because it has so many pieces. So my here my complaints: 1. The top for wipes is really hard to open, which is the one place I want her to open by herself but she can’t. 2. The top part that holds the wipes and has the flushing sound comes off, like it’s not even attached, so she likes just walking around with it making the flushing noise. I would prefer this part doesn’t so easily come off. 3. She just discovered that the bowl part comes out where you take it out to dump, but in our case I wish this had some kind of button or latch you had to push to remove it instead of just lifting it up so when she actually pees or poops she doesn’t get the idea to remove the bowl herself. If those 3 things were changed I think it would definitely be 5 stars.
I loved the idea of having the "mini potty" for potty training. My daughter was afraid of the adult size toilet, so this seemed like a good option. It is the perfect size for her and she is interested in using it, it has certainly taken the fear away and is easy to remove the "waste" area for cleanup. The down side for me is that she is obsessed with removing the wipes from the top, removing the top entirely, removing the flusher part... I ended up removing all of that and putting it away because it was distracting her from using the potty instead of playing with it like a toy. I would say to keep that in mind when purchasing.