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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on December 26, 2006
Reasons why I do not like this potty:

1) The shield falls off with one touch, ussually into the potty!

2) The potty has many cracks and crevices in the bottom that collect pee in numerous ways.

3) It is cumbersome to empty the potty.

4) Once the shield is lost (since it impossible to keep attached) it is hard for boys to sit down and not make a mess.

I highly recommend that Bjorn potty since it is all one piece and with a built in shield.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on May 26, 2006
I got this potty for my baby shower. I registered for it because it was Safety first and most of their products are excellent. I set it out to introduce it to my son( he was just beginning to show interest not ready to actually start yet). We never actually used it since the top of the seat and I mean the entire top kept falling off even with nobody sitting on it. Even if you just moved the potty it would fall apart.

Instead we bought a plain potty seat by Graco and it is excellent!!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on March 20, 2006
I used this potty for my daughter and had no problems. She loved going on it. As with all potty training, everyone has different experiences and always will. For us, this potty was just fine. No bells and whistles which was great because my daughter had the Royal Potty and instead of concentrating on the concept she was too busy playing with the sounds. This is a basic potty and it worked perfect for us. We also placed it right next to a basket of books :-) Good Luck.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on March 14, 2006
I hate, hate, hate this potty! The shield will not stay on. My son sits on the potty and either the shield falls off into the potty or he grabs it and hands it to me saying "here you go". It is also cumbersome to get the bowl out of the potty to empty. There is a lot of open space under the seat that gives bacteria a great chance to grow even with frequent cleaning. Maybe this would work for a little girl but it is a no-go for a little boy.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
we bought this seat --- knowing we'd need it with two kids potty training at the same time (and one who will potty train soon after.....)...there just aren't enough toilets in the house!....HOWEVER --- this seat serves as an additional toilet - when we need it....but, we really don't LIKE using it. both of my potty trainers would rather sit on a ring on the toilet....and this one seems very uncomfortable --- as they usually end up fidgeting on it - and complaining that their legs and butts hurt. you know potty-training - kids end up sitting a long time waiting for something to happen....this seat just isn't accomodating to that. we've since nixed the potty - and use just the step stool - which is okay.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on June 2, 2006
Though this potty is nicely priced, it's worth it to buy a more expensive one. Though mine hasn't fallen apart like other reviewers, it does shift around on the base, allowing for spillage. The removeable receptacle in the base is way too far from the actual seat, so my daughter gets stuff ALL OVER the inside, not just in the receptacle. The inside has a criss-crossed honeycomb type pattern(see my customer image)so it's impossible to clean messes out of it. It does serve it's purpose as a potty, but I'm definatly going to buy a different one when my son is old enough for one.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on February 9, 2006
Who on Earth designed this potty seat? Nothing about it works. I bought this one for my twin 23-month old daughters after searching four separate stores. Only by looking at the box, it appeared the most attractive, and sized just right as I need two of them. I did not want anything too flashy. Right away, I was very discouraged that the seat does not pull out in front for easy disposal. Secondly, the potty fell forward when they sat on it by themselves. And lastly, I'd love to know the trick for getting the seat to lock in the base, so as to not hurt your own fingers when having to open it to empty the bowl. I can't discourage this seat enough. Again, I can't imagine a worse product.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on February 16, 2006
I read the other reviews on this product, but I have not had the same negative experiences. My daughter is 18 months old, but we've been using this potty since she was 16 months old and have never had a problem. The size is just right, as she seems to feel pretty secure when using it. Nothing has broken, the seat secures properly, and you only have to lift the seat to dispose of waste. This is our first potty, so I don't proclaim to be an expert. However, I believe it's a good buy for the money.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on July 5, 2006
definately NOT a potty for boys. As with other reviewers, the shield does not stay on. Looking for another simple and basic potty now :o(
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on February 13, 2006
The hole in the potty is WAY too small for boys learning to pee sitting down. It is not recommended to use the pee-guard by my pediatrician (too many boys injure themselves on them) so we don't. There is not enough room for him push it down to pee so I've had several messes to clean up on the the floor.

I'm going out to get a new potty and will just use this one as a permanent step-stool.
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