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Fisher-Price Fun To Learn Potty (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • The potty responds to the child's actions in many ways with phrases, music, and sound effects
  • The child will hear a response or encouragement when the seat lid is opened and closed, the flusher is pulled, the toilet paper roll is spun, when the child sits, and most importantly when the child makes a "contribution."
  • 3 Stages: 1) the full potty on the floor for the begginner, 2) the seat and back of the potty comes off with the electronics and snaps onto the adult toilet for the intermediary stages, and 3)the seat and lid come off and snap onto the adult seat
  • You can even use it on a regular toilet seat, bowl removes easily for cleanup
  • Age Range 9 Months to 3 Years
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Product Description

Product Description

The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Potty provides realistic toilet elements mixed with experiential learning and fun rewards and encouragement. With a flush handle, toilet paper roller and fully functioning seat with lid, it's a great way to familiarize your child with a real toilet.

This colorful potty responds to the child's actions through fun phrases, music and sound effects. Kids can open or close the seat lid, pull the flusher, spin the toilet paper roller or "go potty" to hear encouraging responses.

The Laugh & Learn Potty features three stages of use: 1) the full "potty on the floor" for the beginner, 2) the electronic seat and back of the potty come off and snap onto the adult toilet for the intermediary stages, and 3) the seat and lid come off and snap onto the adult seat. Bowl lifts out for easy cleaning.

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Make potty training less stressful for both you and your child with the Fisher-Price Fun to Learn Potty. Designed for use with children nine months to three years old, this responsive potty encourages the transition from a potty seat to a grown-up toilet while helping to build your child's confidence and keeping toilet training fun. It requires three "C" batteries (not included).
Fisher-Price Fun To Learn Potty offers:
  • Builds confidence and rewards success with phrases, music, and sound effects

  • Motivates and encourages return trips

  • Supports consistent progress by offering three stages of use




Helps kids learn about flushing, using toilet paper & more. View larger.
Fun, Rewarding Sound Effects Build Confidence
A key part of successful potty training is replacing the fear many children experience with a sense of fun. That's why the Fun to Learn Potty responds to your child's actions in many encouraging and entertaining ways with phrases, music, and sound effects. These audio rewards make a child feel good about potty training successes while providing motivation for return trips. The Fun to Learn Potty also looks like a real toilet, so it's familiar and unsurprising. You can even use it on a regular toilet seat and enjoy the playful sounds and tunes.

Three-Stage Use Encourages Consistent Progress
When your child pushes opens or closes the seat lid, pulls the flushers, spins the toilet paper roll, simply sits down, or "makes a contribution," he'll hear an exciting sound. And because there's such a range of songs and sounds for a child to discover, he or she will find it easier to pass the time while sitting on the potty--no more boredom after a minute or two. Most importantly, the Fun to Learn Potty helps your child progress by following three stages: First, the full potty can be placed on the floor for a beginner; then, the seat and back of the potty comes off with the electronics and snaps onto the adult toilet for the intermediary stages; finally, the seat and lid come off and snap onto the adult seat.

To help prevent splashes, there's an included deflector shield; for easy clean-up you can simply remove the bowl.

The Fun to Learn Potty measures 7.5 x 14.8 x 12.6 inches (WxHxD) and weighs 6.8 pounds.

What's in the Box
Potty seat with electronics and deflector shield.



Flush the handle for encouraging songs with lyrics & phrases that provide fun rewards. View larger.


This potty can also be used on a regular toilet seat for greater encouragement. View larger.


Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight5 pounds
Product Dimensions7.5 x 14.8 x 12.6 inches
UPC027084427424 345802055354 027084279634
Item model numberH9483
Batteries:3 AA batteries required.
Target genderUnisex
Batteries requiredYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB000BGJSE2
Best Sellers Rank #138,721 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.5 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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3.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

91 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Casey Poynter on April 3, 2006
This seat is definitely cute and lots of fun! However, it seems to be a little too much fun as my son has completely missed the purpose because of all of the distractions!

Reasons I do not recommend this product:
1) LOUD, unadjustable music

2) Sensor for when your child uses the potty is much too sensitive; if your child reaches down the sensor blares music telling the child they used the potty

3) The music that blares "You did it" then tells the child to get toilet paper...Then the toilet paper tells the child to flush...Good concept, but just way too much when the child didn't go in the first place!

4) Unlike some other urine guards, this one is a small hard plastic piece; my son had a hard time sitting down into a position without catching himself on it and it hurt!

5) Urine guard is too easy to remove; another fun distraction

6) At 22 mos, my son seems almost too big for this potty. He has always been tall for his age, but 22 mos is on the early end of the potty-training spectrum!

We have had more success with a $[...] soft potty seat that goes on top of the regular toilet. The Fisher Price Fun to Learn potty has just been an expensive toy for us.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Nicole T. on January 18, 2007
I bought this potty because I thought it was SOOOO cute, looking like a real toilet with the toilet paper roll and everything! I still think it's cute, but just like many other reviewers say, all the music and talking and sounds are WAY too distracting to be able to actually learn potty training. And, like other reviewers say, the sensor is NOT accurate, so it's always saying the child went potty when they didn't. Very confusing for a child who's trying to learn to really "go" in the potty.

We're currently potty training our daughter, and we have three training potties -- this one, an older one that has a soft seat, and one that fits into the ring of the big toilet -- and this potty is the last one my daughter will pick when it's "potty time." When we first got it she had a blast with it, using it as a toy and nothing more. Now that the newness has worn off, she shows very little interest in it.

If I had it to do over, I would have given her this potty without the batteries in it and without her even knowing it had the capability to make all the sounds.

Here's a suggestion: Don't put in the batteries until your child has mastered potty training. Then, as a reward for his/her accomplishment, put batteries in and show your child what the potty can do. With the training part out of the way, the sounds won't be such a distraction anymore.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By nikola on December 17, 2006
We bought this thinking our son would love the neaty gadgets and sounds...

We had several major issues with it.

1) The pee guard. It doesn't really latch on and STAY on. Our son was irritated with the pee guard we he was first learning and kept ripping it off the seat then throwing it accross the room. As luck would have it, when I would go retrieve the item, he would pee and since there was no guard, the pee would go everywhere BUT in the seat/ pot.

To resolve this I had to use special adhesive for plastics (super glue didn't work AT ALL) which took 24 hours to set which interuppted our potty training. It also turned part of the seat yellow which made it look dirty even when it was not. But I had no choice- the guard HAD to stay on.

2) The sensors were too sensitive and would go off even when he did nothing. He could just sdjust his position in the seat and it would tell him he did a great job going potty even though he never went.

3) The sounds and gadgets were TOO distracting. He wanted to play with them and would turn around in the seat and this would sometimes be when he was about to pee and it would end up all over me/ the floor/ whatever was nearby. I finally just took the batteries out and told him it was broken.

4) When he was ready to use the actual potty, we took it apart per direction and placed it on top of one of our toilet seats. Everytime he pees I have to hold down his "bits" because the seat does not go all the way down to make a seal between the potty seat and the toilet seat, thus it leaks out from under the potty seat onto the toilet seat and then down the front of the toilet and onto his pants/ underware/ etc. The pee guard is useless for this feature.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By S. Gordon on April 14, 2006
I have tried everything in the daunting task of potty training my daughter. I have bought every book and every gimmick. This is the first thing that has worked. The sound is a bit loud but it doesn't seem to bother my daughter. She loves that it looks like a really potty with out the huge size. I would recommend it.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mother on February 12, 2006
I bought this potty for my two year old when I started to train her. I liked the fact that she could pull out and empty the potty herself, and it looked like a real potty. I was however disappointed with all the musical and noises that it made. It was very distracting, and she would not actually go in the potty till I took out the batteries. I wish it did just a simply reward noise after she did her business. The flushing handle and toliet paper noises kept her to distracted to actually go. It said "Up and Down" when you put up and down the lid, and gave a musical reward for just sitting. It would have been better if it just gave a reward for going in the potty, plus I am sure that it would have made it more cost friendly. If you buy this do yourself a favor and not put in the batteries when you give it to your child.
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