Summer Infant All In One Potty And Step Stool Reviews
Product Type: Summer baby products
Description:Brand: Summer / Type: Toilet Trainers / Potty Seats / The potty is pink in colour and its unique design means that ... more
Summer Infant All In One Potty And Step Stool ... sitting on it is comfortable. It includes a sturdy lid to transform it into a functioning step stool and a removable seat for full size toilet use. The pot is easy to remove and clean, and the non-slip rubber feet keep it securely in place while in use.
Newest Review: ... in three colours, pink, white and blue. Having just had my little boy when my daughter was ready to potty train I should have ... more
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Customer Summer Infant All In One Potty And Step Stool Reviews (4)
by - written on 25/11/13 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Who knew there was such a huge range of potties to choose from?! Certainly not me! There are the top of the range all singing all dancing ones (seriously some of them actually sing!!) that sell for about £40 (I know £40 for a potty!). Then there are the completely basic ones which you can pick up for about £3 which are the small, hard plastic, most basic you can get. I wanted something in the middle! When my daughter first started showing signs of being ready to potty train I went out to get a potty. I picked up this one as it looked like a more comfortable seat than the other basic ones and I liked the fact that it turns into a step so it could ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/09 (Very useful, 73 readings)
The time came a while ago for us to get a potty to introduce to our toddler. I had looked around and was bombarded by all the different potty's you can buy. Some sing when the child does a wee, some are brightly coloured, some look like a throne, and some are just a plain old potty. I wasn't even sure what I needed let alone what I wanted. That was until I saw the all in one potty with a lid. It ticked a couple of boxes straight away by being pink, and the fact it was three in one was very interesting, and I hoped it would save me money in the long run. The potty comes in at £14.99 which is expensive for a potty, but not when you consider it's a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/12 (Very useful, 41 readings)
My daughter was potty trained very early - by eighteen months and she adored her Fisher Price Royal Potty. When she turned two she decided she wanted to train at night time, so a few months later we began the hunt for another potty to keep in her bedroom. I didn't want to spend another £35 on a potty like her Fisher Price one for two reasons. Firstly, it seemed like such a waste for what is essentially just a spare, and secondly, it would be kept in her bedroom so it's not like it was on display! I still wanted a good brand and I still wanted a pink one though! We found the Summer Infant All In One on eBay for £10 new which was a good price, as it is around ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
When my son was getting to the age where he was starting to know when he was needing to go to the toilet the hunt began for a good decent potty. I could not believe how much choice there was from plain simple potty which were about £5 to ones which played songs and noises which cost £35! We finally found one which seemed great and cost £15.99 from Tesco. The potty has non-slip rubber on the bottom which stops it from sliding about on the floor and you have the choice of either white and pink or white and blue. The potty has a removable pot which makes it very easy to clean and so much so that my 3 year old son manages to empty his pee away and rinse it all by ... Read the complete review
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