Summer Infant Little Looster, Potty Training Stepstool
- Award winning: The National Parenting Center, NAPPA Honors
- Mom invented, made in the USA
- Unique design fits discreetly around toilet base and allows adults to use the toilet without obstruction
- Raised letter detail prevents slipping
- Molded plastic construction for easy cleaning
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We've been using it because it's the only thing we have that's tall enough, but I'm looking for something else because my child has been resisting using the potty since we got the Little Looster, and it's derailing the whole potty training process. I need a step stool that has the strength and quality of the Baby Bjorn with the shape and height of the Little Looster.
The Little Looster is almost 26 inches wide, 19 inches deep, and 8 inches tall.
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And I bet I know why: it's not all it's cracked up to be. It's not bad, but it's not a fantastic brain child of an invention. I would have given it a 3 for 'average', but for what I paid, I'm pissed at what I got. It's website purports three things, so I'll focus on those three:
1. "Comfort...No more painful pins-n-needles feeling when little legs are not supported."
I'll give them leg support, yes. My daughter's feet don't dangle. Big whoop. But this thing has no more depth than your average Wal-mart potty stool. Take a close look at the photos. the child's feet cover most of the depth surface area. That means there's STILL no room for the child to feel all that comfortable or safe turning around to sit down. Add to that the fact that some of the depth is lost to the bowl of the toilet seat, when you brace it up against it, and I begin to wonder if these geniuses jumped the gun with this invention, just to pay their own bills. LOL!
2.Confidence...No scary feeling of "falling in." Kids legs do all the work. At what age does this work? My first potty trainer is now more than 2.5YO, and she still grabs on to the toilet seat to brace herself and to turn around to sit down. Maybe that works when they get a little older. I'll hold off on judging too harshly on this one.
3. Cleanliness...No need to grip the back of the toilet seat or the inner, germ covered rim.
Bull crap! As I said in #2, my more than 2.5YO still has to grab the seat to turn around and sit down. This contraption requires balance/coordination that a child at NORMAL STARTING potty training age just doesn't quite have.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great for kids. Its very large so when we have guest I use a smaller stool, since you almost fall onto the toilet when its there.Published 1 month ago by Anthony
One of the best purchases ever. Allows my son to get onto the toilet and position himself without fear of falling off the toilet. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Renee Glover
Awesome potty training tool. We use it and leave it around our toilet 24/7. Does tend to confuse our guests but it's easy to move and pretty easy to keep clean. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Avree Lyon
I don't think this needs to be so wide...it makes it very hard to sit down on the throne when super pregnant. I would get rid of it if I didn't have a counter to hold onto. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Just me
We love ours. It's petrudes a little further out than I like but a lot better than just a small stool.Published 5 months ago by Ashley
I'm in the process of potty training my son. My son is bright, fearless and willing to give just about anything a try. Read morePublished 5 months ago by mbb_sm77