|Part Number||6TSTE9999CP 999|
|Item Weight||6.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 2.5 x 19 inches|
|Item model number||6TSTE9999CP 999|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Special Features||adult size toilet seat converts to toddler seat with flip of the toilet ring and imbedded magnets|
|Included Components||TOPSEAT TinyHiney Potty Elongated Toilet Seat, Adult/Child, w/ Chromed Metal Hinges, Wood, White|
|Warranty Description||EACH PRODUCT HAS A THREE-YEAR WARRANTY|
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TOPSEAT TinyHiney Potty Elongated Toilet Seat, Adult/Child, w/ Chromed Metal Hinges, Wood, White
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- Toddler ring does not pull off, absolutely safe and secure
- Bumpers under toddler seat prevent fingers from getting pinched
- Durable wood construction, hand sanded, flawless high gloss painted finish
- Sturdy and stylish chromed metal hinges, fits elongated bowls, three-year warranty
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Parents and children love this convenient, innovatively designed toilet seat created for enhancing the potty training experience of your child. This seat can be used by both children and adults a magnetic closure gently secures the built-in potty seat into its compartment in the seat lid until it is flipped down for use. The hinges are sturdy chromed metal. The lid and the ring are both white. This particular model fits elongated bowls which measure 18.5 inches from hinge holes to end of the inside of bowl. Installation hardware included. Three-year warranty .
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- the build quality overall seems decent
- the potty seat fold up and pretty flush with the lid so it doesn't protrude
- potty seat has a good magnet, doesn't fall when you put the adult seat down
- good balance of weight material. Not flimsy like plastic seats (including plastic soft close) but not super heavy like other wooden seats
- easy enough to install
- good finish and contour on the seats. Not like the cheap brick mass contractor versions at the major hardware stores.
- solid enough hinges but of course, it's still early on
- No instructions?! I DIY so I can figure it out but just to give you a heads up...as some other reviewers mentioned, no instructions. Simple and straightforward, perhaps? It does have different parts than your typical toilet seat kits so I can see why it would take someone a sec to realize what's up. Just in case, I put instructions on the bottom of the review.
- My biggest gripe, supplied long screws yet only a few turns secures into the chrome hinges' base? I take more comfort having at least one more turn but we'll see how that holds up
- the screw is literally a huge grub screw. No real way to grip it except with grip glove, grip pads or a wrench (which will mar the threads). Good thing is you really only need to hand tight
- don't think the hinge is actually metal, more like hard plastic with the chrome finish
- not thrilled about the locking nut concept either. It has a disc with 2 different shapes, make sure the deeper bowl is "down" where the threaded nut will fit in and conceptually squeeze the 4 prongs together as it tightens. You'll see what I mean.
There are white plastic/urethane? grommets so what you do is to make it easiest is: (after your old one is removed)
#1. before positioning the seat on the toilet, screw the screws into the hinge (not many threads go in so it will be a quick few turns. I recommend a grip pad though sometimes it can hit tight threads and you won't get grip. You want to seat the screw as much as you can. Avoid wrenches, you'll just strip or bust the top of the hinge if you thread too much. Hand tight stop, that's all you should need. a few solid turns or so. *you have been warned*
#2. slip the white plastic/urethane? grommets (or spacers) past the screws to the base of the hinge and seat it
#3. guide the seat, screws and hinges onto the toilet and through the mounting holes
#4. slip the disc up onto the screw from the underside of the toilet *** make sure the tapered side is facing the mounting hole and deeper "bowl" side is down where the nut will contact it
#5. hand tighten the nut, probably shouldn't go crazy using an adjustable wrench
#6. make sure seat is secure with no wobble side to side. If so, tighten more. Make sure the grommet and hinge base is flat onto the top of the toilet and not crooked over the mounting hole. Done!
Overall, would I buy it again? Perhaps. The deciding point was the metal finish on the hinges which matches the decor. Otherwise, there are others I did consider but with white plastic hinges which isn't necessarily a bad thing, just this one was more aesthetic. I'll update if I begin to get wobble or something breaks. FYI, we are average height and weight so let's see how it holds up.
UPDATE: 2/13/17 still holding up. Had a variety of people over the months and only a couple times I noted a slight move so I checked the top knob that anchors the seat, it only needed a re-snugging of not even a quarter turn, if that. Otherwise, it has held up remarkably well. It is even the topic of some birthday parties LOL - parent-life. When the ingenious idea of having a 2 in 1 seat ranks right up there with social events. LOL. It is a hit though. The chrome finish has not pitted yet even with some splashes and cleaning solutions.
But our Next step seats broke QUICKLY (just a few months) and while we missed the slow close feature it had, I was happy to get rid of it for sturdier seat hinges. We have had our two seats for 2 years now and we just broke our first hinge.
When they arrived, I remember being impressed at their sturdiness, especially in comparison to the other brand. A bit perplexed that there were no installation instructions, but I with NO experience put it together fairly quickly. Though it would have gone even quicker had I Googled instructions, I did get something backwards at first. Not a big deal but avoidable😏
It took us awhile to get used to not having the slow close but they have held up fantastically to 2 potty trainers!! And every thing they could throw at it for 2 years now. They clean EASY and I have had ZERO issue with any staining, peeling, corrosion or anything of that nature. And it isn't something that gets attention as much as it should...😣
My only complaint is the surface around the magnet has cracked on both seats we have. But that took awhile...and the magnet is still in place and isn't visible. There is just the cracking...probably because it is actually quick a strong one.
They have a 3 year warranty 🤗 so...I am about to go turn that in on the hinges and the cracking and shoot for another 2 years.
If they fix those flaws....they would be outstanding! If they don't, they are still hands down the best I have found and we have been very happy with them for much longer then that other brand that barely lasted us a few months and felt cheap.