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BABYBJORN Potty Chair, Gray

  • BABYBJORN Potty Chair, Gray
  • BABYBJORN Potty Chair, Gray
  • BABYBJORN Potty Chair, Gray
  • BABYBJORN Potty Chair, Gray
  • BABYBJORN Potty Chair, Gray
  • BABYBJORN Potty Chair, Gray

BABYBJORN Potty Chair, Gray

£298.00 £179.00 Save: £119.00
£179.00 £298.00 You save: £119.00



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Delivery Time: 15-20 days
Delivery Time: 15-20 days

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  • Comfortable for your child; ergonomic design with soft lines
  • Sturdy construction; high backrest and comfy armrests
  • Easy to clean; inner potty seat is easy to lift out, empty and clean
  • Splashguard prevents spills
  • Material: The potty chair is made from polypropylene (PP) and thermoplastic elastomer (TPE)
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GoodMy son likes this one. This is the second time I purchased potty training toilet for.my son. The first one was too small and I returned, this one is big enough, so the bad is that it's not suitable for travelling. But I still gives a 5 stars 5Potty trained at 18 months?!?Ok, maybe she isn't there yet, but my daughter is 18 months, and we bought this chair so she could get used to the idea. She knew it was for her immediately. She can sit on it no problem and has already used it once! Also cookie monster has been known to share the seat of honor. She loves her special chair. It is easily a success, cute purple color (her favorite). Easy to clean. Love it. 5The Rolls Royce of PottiesIn all honestly, haven t tried any others but this is the gold standard. I own FIVE of these bad boys. Sturdy, non-skid, non-tip, non-whatever-shenanigans-your-toddler-dreams-up (like trying to zoom across the bathroom floor while sitting on it AFTER HE HAS POOPED). Easy to clean especially if you line it with a sheet of toilet paper and water before number twos. The splash guard is nice (once they master pointing down). I ve never even wanted to test drive another kind.When you re ready for portability, go with the OXO Tot 2-in-1 Travel potty. The version of the Baby Bjorn with the low back is way too bulky to lug around and doesn t offer the same back support. 5Great for Training ToddlersMy daughter is almost 3.5 years old. I think part of the struggle of training has been sitting her on the toilet. It's a little high for her, and she gets nervous. So I bought this potty chair for her. I let her pick the color, too, so I think that made her more excited about it.She will sometimes use the toilet, but she seems to prefer this right now. The height seems good for her, and she even sat on it on her own once today. She has started decorating it with her princess stickers, so I'm thinking this will help make potty training more positive for her.As for cleaning, there are only two parts. The shapes are very easy to clean, and there aren't any hard to clean spot. We had a 3 in 1 set for our son that was a pain to clean when the insert leaked. (The base was a grid with a bunch of small sections between them.) Also, the base was supposed to be able to be flipped and used as a step stool, but it was flimsy and didn't hold our son's weight well. I would recommend buying something that is a one purpose item like this and buying a separate step stool. 5The guard in the front for boys works great. I love that it has the back to ...The only reason I don t give this 5 stars is bc it doesn t have a handle to grab it from behind. There s an opening towards the bottom but that s really inconvenient when you re trying to pick it up quickly. The guard in the front for boys works great. I love that it has the back to rest on. My son is comfortable sitting on this. I ve seen this potty without backing as well and I just feel like he wouldn t be as comfortable without it 4Very small for taller toddlers.We've been trying to potty train or son in the big potty with the seat that just sits on top but he doesn't like the height. So I bought this potty thinking he would like it better. He's two and slightly taller for his age (skinny not fat). He couldn't even sit properly. The little guard doesn't even come out further than his weewee, it's actually under him. There's no way his pee would go in the bowl. Not to mention he had to squat so low his knees were in his chest. So if your child is a little taller you might want to go with something different. 1#1 potty on the market for a boyI m not a leave review person but I do read them when purchasing so decided to do one on this.Absolutely love this potty chair!We have purchased about 3 different options and this one has been successful since day 1!My son was comfortable and excited to use it.He s still scared of the regular adult potty.Best splash guard of ANY I ve seen out there (lifesaver itself)Large opening so all of the #1 and #2 stays inside the bowlEasy to cleanDoesn t move around when he s getting up or downComfortable for him to sit there and #2 (not the quickest process)My son is tall and skinny for his ageThis works great!I m getting the smaller babyborn potty seat for my car for road trips emergency useHere is it next to another I purchased off amazonBoth were same priceTmnt already got sold at yard sale because it was only useful as a stepping stool 5Great for potty training a 22 month old!Gives my daughter more independence to take care of her own needs, the little arms help her to sit down onto the potty chair without assistance, and she holds onto the front splash guard to help her aim her urine into the toilet. It's a good height for her to successfully poop into it as well (not too tall). It's easy to clean and and it's stable; no worrying about it tipping over and urine going all over the place. The basin is large enough to hold a lot of urine if your little one is a camel and lets out a lot at once. I would highly recommend! My daughter likes to help empty the basin into the toilet and then flush it down, and the splash guard has a deep lip underneath it so I can have a sturdy grip to hold it steady as she proudly helps me carry it to the toilet. We use this one for our "at home" potty chair, and the Summer Infant one (link below) for the "travel" potty chair we keep in the back of the car.We prefer the Summer Infant one for in the car because the seat lifts up to remove the basin, so when we put the little disposable potty chair liners (essentially mini garbage bags with a thick paper towel in the bottom) into the basin, she's not directly sitting on the plastic of the bag so it's more comfortable and less distracting, which helps her to focus on the job at hand, putting potty into her potty chair! Plus there is storage in the back of the chair which we use to store the extra potty chair liners, and there is a fun flushing sound when she "flushes" the toilet. Summer Infant My Size Potty 5Good size potty for a tall toddlerWe like this potty chair because:- The pot is deep. We have another potty that the pot is very shallow and we worried that pee splashes up on our daughter. This one is at least one third deeper which resolves the issue- It is comfortable for a tall toddler to sit on. The back support is tall enough to support our 2 year and a half year old daughter who is 37" now- It does not take up a lot of space- Very easy to clean up- It is sturdyEdited one month later:I had to take two stars off because of a major issue we found - the inner potty sticks to my daughters butt very often when she stands up and walk away after using it and causing the pee to spill out. We did not have this issue with her old small potty, and with the toilet insert for the bathroom, and with the portable travel potty. Not sure what is the issue with the plastic used in this one for the inner potty. I think this issue can be resolved by the manufacture adding a click to attach the inner potty to the frame so it is securely attached, only the parent can remove the inner potty to empty it. 3A life-saver!I ve been using the potty chair since my baby was able to hold his head steady, at around 5 months. I d always been told by my mom and mom-in-law that in India (all Asian countries, in fact) potty-training started early, at like, 3 months, but I scoffed at the idea. But when it came to dealing with a baby of my own who was constantly grunting and straining during the night from gas and constipation (both when on breastmilk alone and after starting solids at 4.5 months), I decided to give this method a try. The first time I tried it, it was in the middle of the night - baby had been unable to pass gas and was constantly squirmy and lifting his butt up as if to fart. Within about 10 minutes of sitting on it, he relieved himself. I did this every time he got overly uncomfortable (day or night), and each time he would go in under 20 mins. Then starting at around 5.5 months, it became part of baby s daily schedule - and he now goes regularly every morning as soon as he wakes up. His feet (6+ months now) don t touch the ground or counter, but because of the high backrest and physical support I offer, he doesn t find sitting on the potty uncomfortable (and my baby is very vocal about expressing his displeasure). Also, if you seat baby correctly, there should be no accidents of the watery kind either. Rinse/wash baby and potty bowl afterwards, and you end up with a happy and clean baby. Once a routine is established, you will wonder why you hadn t started earlier. It is also way more hygienic than wiping, and no more messy diaper changes and stinky diaper pails. Even though baby s tummy is still taking time to condition itself to various solid foods, I can gladly say that he isn t constipated anymore. Making him sit on the potty works like a charm every single time. Which is why I don t get the whole brouhaha about potty-training being stressful for parents and children, and it being cruel to potty-train kids before the age of 18/24 months. Babies need to relieve themselves, just like adults, and if this simple contraption aids (may be the sitting position relieves pressure, I don t know the science behind it) in doing just that and trains them in the process, I don t see why it isn t the norm. After all, my whole family, and everyone I know that are of my generation, learned to go starting around 3 months in exactly the same manner, and we all turned out fine - without ever experiencing any lasting physical/emotional injury or trauma. I highly recommend this to all moms. Please don t wait around to potty-train your babies until it is too late to undo a bad habit (dealing with smeared poop in diapers is just the worst thing ever). Babies are extremely smart and adaptable, and you can train them to be independent way earlier than the new research tells you you can. I won t claim that my baby was potty-trained at 5 months, but I have not had a single day go by when I haven t had success with this product, so you can call it what you want :-) 5
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