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Summer Infant Step-By-Step Potty Trainer and Step Stool, Blue/ Green

3.9 out of 5 stars 64 customer reviews

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About the Product
  • Soft, contoured seat
  • Flushable wipes holder and toilet tissue dispenser help promote hygiene habits
  • 3-in-1: stand-alone potty, toilet topper training seat, and stepstool
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Product Description

Perfect for potty training your child, the Summer Infant Step by Step Potty and Stepstool is a complete potty training system. With a built-in lid and toilet tissue holder, this potty helps parents encourage and teach important hygiene habits. The potty can be used as a stand alone, toilet topper training seat, and a stepstool.

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Technical Details
Item Weight4.3 pounds
Product Dimensions16 x 13.4 x 10 inches
UPC012914110409
Item model number11040
Minimum weight recommendation16 Ounces
Maximum weight recommendation96 Pounds
Additional product featuresRemovable Lid
Number of items1
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB001P4ASDY
Best Sellers Rank #88,707 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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I don't think they even tested this piece of junk before manufacturing it. The day I took it out of the box, my friend saw it said that she had the same one. She explained that pee got everywhere when her son used it so they had to get rid of it, but since I had a girl, I may have better luck. I didn't. This potty has seams and lines throughout that make it perfect for capturing urine and spreading it all over the potty. The inside rim of the seat is large enough to capture urine. There are three pegs under the seat that capture urine. The rim that holds the seat always has puddles of pee after my daughter gets done using it. See that big base at the bottom? The place where you set the removable basin? When liquid gets in that base, there's no way to easily pour it out. You have throw the whole thing in the tub and let water run through it to get the pee out of the base. My friend had warned me about getting urine down there and neither of us can figure out how it gets down there in the first place. This item is truly a waste of money, time and energy.
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I have read the reviews by people with boys potty training. Not sure why they are having trouble. Seat is simple no bells, voices or scary parts. Wide base for ease of getting on and off, the pee guard does not interfere with my two year old grandson and he gets on and off unaided. The trick to not having a boy pee between any area is to have them lean or sit forward so the aim is downward. Haven't tried the removable seat on the big toilet but I don't expect to need to. My kids went from the potty toilet to big toilet without the in-between step so won't be an issue for me.
Liked the larger bowl area not thrilled about the cushioned seat but seemed to be a feature on a lot of potty chairs. Looked at the bjorn but the bowl for disposal was too small could see number 2 being awkward to clean up. Also very clumsy to get on and off unaided, granted it would not tip but hand landing in the potty bowl was foreseeable.

Like the toilet roll being near at hand and that he learns to use it. Lid does not interfere with sitting and was far enough back as to not be a crutch to lean on. I have dogs so the closable lid serves two purposes - 1) to keep dogs away until I can clean up 2) teaches my grandson to do what every woman wants the toilet seat down.

I think having the closed base unit a plus for potential accidental spills because it will contain excess and an easy rinse and clean is better than the floor any day. Also will serve as a nice step stool for washing hands at the sink when he is ready.

Can't agree folks of all the ones I tried at the stores (multiple stores mind you, Grandpa was not thrilled at fussy grandma) I like this one the best. Get rid of the cushion seat and I'd be really happy.
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Ok, so take what I say with a pinch of salt since my son has not used it and I just got it. That is why I am going to return it.
The pros: It looks ok, my son was definitely interested in using it, it is not expensive and the seat is well cushioned.
The cons: The seat, which in theory adapts to any toilet for latter use is tiny. It can go in the big toilet bowl, so it will NOT work for latter use in a regular toilet seat. The hole in the potty seat is tiny and the green pee guard ends up being too close to the penis so when my son was trying to seat he hurt himself with the green guard (that is why it was not used). I could teach him to hold his penis down and to seat carefully to avoid further pain, but (in my opinion) if potty training is hard work unto itself having this potty is just going to make it harder. If you don't install the green guard thing pee can go everywhere, especially under the seat. This drives me to the last inconvenience I see, the bowl in the potty. The bowl in the potty to catch the pee is shaped like a pitcher. The potty frame has two holes at the front to get the pitcher out and empty it. It is a pincer grip to get the `handle' of the pitcher. However, if pee has gone under the seat then the pee can leak through those holes and into the potty frame... not the pitcher shaped bowl that is supposed to catch the pee. If that happens, it will be hard to clean the whole thing. If the potty frame did not have the holes and had just handles to pull the pitcher out then it would be better.
I think the design is not the best for boys. Though it can work for girls, since there is no pee guard issue... Maybe sticking to something with a simpler design is best for me and my son...
I got this one at Target.
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This potty is the one our daughter wanted so we bought it and it has worked great for us. It resembles a regular toilet and doesn't look as tacky as some potties.
Pee alway goes in the bowl and the seat seems comfortable for little ones. (we have never used the pee guard it looked pretty worthless)
I would definitely not use it as a step stool as the lid is not very sturdy or a good shape for standing on. It does function well as lid.
The seat does NOT work on a regular toilet, it does not sit on the toilet securely. If you just need a potty I would recommend this. If you
want more features(step stool, transition seat) I would recommend a different potty.
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