Purple Urinal for Boys by Potty Scotty

Purple Urinal for Boys
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Over the last 10 years that we have been in business, we have heard from many parents about the joys and challenges of potty training boys!And we also know that most of the time, it is the mom that is potty training. So may want to know what is the how to potty train a boy? Do you have him sit down or stand up?

My personal opinion is that you start training them by sitting down and then once they have mastered potty training and are accident free, you then teach them to urinate standing up!

No matter which path you take - this purple urinal for boys is perfect for toddler boys who are learning to urinate standing up!

This little urinal gives your toddler the independence to go and urinate when he needs to go; he can easily reach the urinal - it is at his level. He does not need to climb up on step stools to reach into the toilet.

The urinal can be attached to the toilet or the shower with suction cup or to the wall with screws.


  • Allows child to urinate by himself
  • Sized to fit your little boy
  • Can mounted on the wall, shower or toilet
  • Easy to use
  • No need for a step stool
  • Available in 5 different colors - white, green, orange, yellow and purple.

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Product Specifications

UPC 895198000372
Color Purple , Black
Brand Potty Scotty
Product Type Urinals
Gender Male
Recommended Age Group Toddler

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purple urinal for boys (Oct 03, 2013) Reviewer: Betty Holt I was hoping that the urinal would be bigger. I have a special needs child and was looking for something to help him urinate without making a mess. This does the job, but would have been better if bigger.
Perfect (Aug 19, 2013) Reviewer: Christine Sookne With 3 ways to install, it's very versatle. It's really helping to potty train our special needs son. We installed it in the shower for now, and it's pretty cool. I may get another one for the toilet. It hooks on the side of the toilet, so it would be tight/ackward in narrow spaces. Definitely recommend if you are potty training your boy.