Rated 4 out of 5Â by Tburns0317 So cute and fun to use
My son loves his new potty! He likes that he can flush it himself, and he seems to sit comfortably. We have found, so far, that the only way to get the song is if there is liquid in the potty (thus to say #2 has not yet produced the fun, "you did a great job" song). So, really, that would be my only "complaint." Other than that, it is compact so fits well into his small bathroom, and we like that you can take the seat off and it becomes a potty seat for the big boy toilet. The flushing and light up water tank are just adorable, and like I said, my son really enjoys it thus far.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Carsalyann Excited Toddler!
My daughter was extremely excited when I pulled this out for her! She is not even two yet but I wanted to get her her own potty because she loves flushing the real one and get her use to the idea. This was exactly why I picked this potty over all the others..I wanted her to get a feel for what you do on a real toilet, which is flush when you're done. It also lights up and makes a fun noise when it is flushed, which of course she loves. I LOVE that it sings when she has gone potty.. She equally loves it too. It's an instant reward :) And it's nice for me to know when she does so I can praise her, teach her cleaning habits and then to get off of it vs just sitting there and checking constantly. I didn't follow the instructions when it said to change the batteries that were included..and we were both a little disappointed when it didn't work the next day after she went potty. My only complaint is how easy it is to disassemble. She loves taking it off and putting it back together and pressing the sensor to make it sing. But it seems there isn't really much of a way around that with any toddler potty. The ones that are simply one piece don't look like much fun.. And I would hate trying to clean out such a large piece. Which is another aspect I love about that potty.. The bowl that she does go potty in is perfect size for cleaning. I haven't tried the seat on a real toilet. I want to keep it separate for now so she has her own that is on her level, since she is independent like that. The splash guard seems pretty high and has distracted her a bit when she doesn't sit down perfectly on it. With the height of a real toilet and trying to get on it herself, might be a cause of frustration for her. Overall has had everything that I wanted in a potty for her and am very happy with it!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Majiksam7337 Upgrade is awesome!
Since purchasing our first Learn to Flush Potty, they now have the seat that is removable for an adult toilet. Great idea. Darling and functional.