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Kalencom 2-in-1 Potette Plus Red
- Comes with 3 super absorbent, leak-proof and easy-to-use disposable liners
- Suitable for ages 15 months and up to 50lbs when used as a traveling potty
- Easily converts to a folding trainer seat. Contoured seat for your child's comfort
- Non-slip, durable, and comfortable. Can be used on all toilet seats
- Legs lock into place when opened
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When I got the product in the mail I got a better feel for how it works. It consists of a small circular molded hard ring (the seat itself), with two half-moon shaped "legs" that fold either completely inward for storage, straight down to function as legs on a potty chair, or flanged out to function as a potty seat. When stored, it's certainly bulkier than a quad-folding potty seat but it's still actually surprisingly compact. It slips easily into all my diaper bags and it's certainly smaller than lugging along a separate small potty chair, which is what we had been doing before I got this. Figuring out how to put it on a big potty was a little awkward at first.Read more ›
Small size is perfect for babies and young toddlers.
Can be used as either a stand-alone potty or on top of a toilet, giving you options.
Folds up very compact.
You can use standard plastic grocery bags, just put a paper towel or cloth diaper inside.
The legs are wobbly in the stand-alone potty position, making me a little nervous if my baby was too wiggly. EDIT: I figured out why the legs felt wobbly. You need to push them UP towards the seat to fully lock them. The enclosed instructions do not say this, but it's very important!!!
The bags that are designed for the potty stink of perfume.
COMPARISON BETWEEN THE GRACO TWISTING TRAVEL POTTY AND THE POTTETE PLUS TRAVEL POTTY:
Before diving into the technical points, I will point out that the Pottete, when used as a potty on its own (i.e. not as a toilet adaptor), needs to have its feet 'anchored' in place. If you look underneath, you'll see four rails, and four anchor points. These need to be popped in place for the Pottete to be used correctly. Otherwise, the legs can, and will collapse under the weight of a child. The review below assumes that the legs are therefore correctly secured.
-Sturdiness: Graco wins. The Graco is sturdier due to the larger surface area that comes in contact with the ground. Even when the legs are properly secured, the Pottete can easily be swung sideways by a fidgety toddler (like mine is!).
-Portability: Pottete wins. The Pottete, at 2 7/8 inches high, 9 5/8 inches wide and 9 1/2 inches deep, folds quite compactly and can definitely be carried in smaller bags. The Graco is still a good and practical option, but does require more space, at 4'' tall, 9 inches wide, 10 inches long. The height difference might seem small on paper, but it is noticeable in real life.
-Ground clearance: Graco wins.Read more ›
I was skeptical, as my daughter is used to a padded seat, that sits on our big toilet (we've gone that route and not a mini-potty...she's done amazing starting at about 16mos~) so I was a bit concerned on whether or not she would understand what this was (when used as a stand-alone potty on the floor/ground): it came in the mail, I opened it, popped out the legs and locked them in place (**you have to pull them out to standing position, then push them upwards into the seat until you hear them click**) and set it on the floor...she immediately exclaimed "potty!!!" and sat down to hang out. SUCCESS!! From here on out this new travel potty was my bff.
I keep it in it's plastic bag, in our diaper bag 24/7...it paid for itself twice already: having it at my parent's house 3hrs away to pop the legs to the side and put on the big potty, when I didn't think to bring her usual potty seat, and again when we were on the beach and she said "potty". I don't go anywhere without it, ever.
It comes with plastic bags that will hook around it, that they pee/poo into when you'er on the go, and inside is a little "pad" to soak it all up...don't waste your money on more of these specialty bags...use some plastic grocery store bags, and line them with the thick maxi pads...it's the same exact thing, and a FRACTION of the cost since you can buy cheapo brand pads.
BUY THIS ITEM!!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best potty seat ever. Bought this for my 4 year old daughter as she will not pee on any potties other than ours. She feels so scared that she's going to fall in. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Melissa Harris
Works well on the potty. But where this is amazing is where it converts to an actual potty chair that you can put a liner or disposable bag. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Mc
Great concept, but when folded down to stand on the ground, a wiggly little (potty training) toddler moved enough that the supporting legs sprung out. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Jane Smith
Love this! I take it everywhere! I it is a huge life saver when using public toilets.Published 2 days ago by Stephanie
Difficult to set the "legs" into place. Not really excited about wrestling with a tiny potty in the middle of a public restroom. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Chrissy1234
Very sturdy and perfect for on the go and fit in my diaper bag! Helped with the transition from little to big potty!Published 3 days ago by Caleb Byrd
If your child is terrified of public bathrooms, like mine is (thanks auto flush toilets), this is a fantastic investment. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Karen Castro
I was extremely excited about receiving this potty and the ability to carry it with us as you never know when a toddler will need to go. The only this is that it is pretty bulky. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Sealy