Potty training can be challenging but if you remember to make it fun and enjoyable for your child, they will too have fun and really want to go potty! The Riding Potty Chair by Potty Scotty can make potty training fun and enjoyable.
Your child can sit on the potty chair pretending that he is riding while using the ears has handle bars to hold on to. Riding Potty Chair by Potty Scotty also had a rolling ball & rattle for your toddler to play with while he sits on the potty chair trying to go potty!
The potty chair itself is smooth and does not have any edges to pinch you toddler thighs. This potty chair is designed to be low to the ground to encourage the more natural squatting position for toileting.
If you child starts growing out of the potty because of long legs, the front part of the potty chair is removable and makes it more like the potty scotty potty chair!
- 16 long by 9 wide by 12 high.
This system really works (Aug 11, 2012)
Got this for our third child. She's three and very strong willed, she did not want to use the potty. Followed the system word for word and in a day and a half she was asking to go to the potty.
Took all of my parenting strength, but well worth it. It's been one week since the big day, no more diapers.
this is ... (Apr 16, 2010)
It seems weird though for a child to be going potty especially if there a boy to be sitting down. The whole concept of this riding potty chair is unreliable
Liked it so much we bought another for our other bathroom! (Jul 23, 2010)
My husband is the earliest person I know that was potty trained and he has fond memories of his potty chair. He says it all hinges on the handle bars
; if you want them to sit there for any length of time then they have to have something to do with their hands. After searching, this is the only potty chair
with handle bars that I could find and our son LOVES this chair (but it is the only one he knows). Right now he's still too little to be actually potty trained, but for now he's comfortable sitting on his potty morning and night. Our little guy is under a year and roughly 30% for height; so far it fits him just fine but he has managed to get himself off before he's finished.
good choice (Sep 12, 2011)
Reviewer: Pat Wade
well, should do a good job...
A Great Product!! (Apr 18, 2011)
Reviewer: Lisa Davis
The Bemis seat is better quality than expected. It is more solid than the standard seat we were using previously. The magnetic catch is great. It stays up well, yet my boy is able to open and close the smaller seat easily enough. I like the look of the metal hardware, although some people may not find it attractive. Overall, I'm happy with the product.
Awesome Product!!! (Jan 31, 2011)
Reviewer: Tracy S
With twins, we almost have two of everything and with two older kids in the house we were somewhat worried on how we were going to get them out of diapers and into panties. We didn't have enough room to get the little potty training seats and our toilets didn't work with in the potty inserts for toddlers. We bought this toilet seat for our 3 yr old twins in October 2010. We had been trying to potty train them for a few months but with constant battles of them shouting "I'm going to fall in!!" and not wanting to go. However, when we got the Flip Family Potty Seat, potty training got sooo easy!! They love to use their "special potty". The twins were done potty training in a little over a month!
Trainerpants (Dec 15, 2010)
Reviewer: Tammy Barnard
I think these are good. I was alittle shocked on how bulky they were at first. It has been awhile since I've used trainer pants. But they don't seem to leak, as long as I keep asking him.
Great concept & easy clean up (Dec 16, 2008)
We bought this in a desperate attempt to get our 3yr old son interested in potty training since he wouldn't sit on a regular potty or toilet for more than a few seconds. Because it looks like a ride on toy he was interested in trying it out and much more inclined to sit on it longer or stop playing to go potty. It also makes it easier for kids to go comfortably since feet are on the floor rather than dangling like the in-toilet seats. The other huge plus is that the front is high enough to prevent leaks and missing the bowl (which was always an issue with previous potty seats for our older son - those tiny splash guards were never high enough). It's easy to dump out into the toilet and great because the front part easily detaches by turning the red key in the front and voila it's a standard potty chair. The only downside is it is very low to the ground, so for our average size three yr old it's a low squat down to get on it, but he still likes it. This combined with the waterproof PUL pants has been a great way to train and very affordable.
less landury (Feb 12, 2009)
Reviewer: Leah Guinn
my son had a sit down potty before but he used to sit down and pee before pulling down his pants but not any more it works great
Cute potty! (Feb 29, 2012)
Very cute potty
. My son loves it and was carry it around with him everywhere when we first got it. However, it's a little on the small side. He's on the small side, he's almost 2, and it's definitely a little snug.
Repeat customer (Feb 12, 2009)
Reviewer: Leah Guinn
We bought one of these for our oldest son because we kept losing the guards on other potties. This was the easiest potty in the world to use and clean up was also fast.
(Jul 07, 2011)
This chair is much smaller than it looks on-line. We bought it for our 3 year-old girl who is very strong-willed and refusing to potty train. The size of the chair would be better for an 18 month to 2 year-old or a child that is short (mine is right at the 50th percentile so she is not overly tall for her age). She did like the novel style and the design does seem to be helping her figure out how to actually make herself go potty. Overall, it seems to be a decent product for the price.
(Jul 07, 2011)
I tried using a "regular" potty chair and although it had a shield for little boys, if he wasn't on there just right the shield didn't help. This potty was absolutely wonderful. Not only do I not have to worry about him missing the potty, but he actually like using it. It's even lightweight enough for him to carry around with him which can be a good and bad thing but he like it and he is using it with no fuss.
(Jul 07, 2011)
My husband is the earliest person I know that was potty trained and he has fond memories of his potty chair. He says it all hinges on the handle bars; if you want them to sit there for any length of time then they have to have something to do with their hands. After searching, this is the only potty chair with handle bars that I could find and our son LOVES this chair (but it is the only one he knows). Right now he's still too little to be actually potty trained, but for now he's comfortable sit
Wonderful Potty! (May 31, 2011)
I tried using a "regular" potty chair and although it had a shield for little boys, if he wasn't on there just right the shield didn't help.
This potty was absolutely wonderful. Not only do I not have to worry about him missing the potty, but he actually like using it. It's even lightweight enough for him to carry around with him which can be a good and bad thing but he like it and he is using it with no fuss.
It is a good potty (Jan 06, 2011)
* Easy Setup
* Playful Design
* Child Won't Use It
* Height is little less
Well...my son loves it (Jan 06, 2011)
We have 3 potties- this one, baby bjorn, frog from [...]. My favorite is the fisher price frog but when this one arrived it's the one he likes and uses the most. He's almost 2 but very tall 37". He is able to use it just fine and the straddle style almost makes him sit in a way which makes the pee shoot down. Here's the part I hate: there is no lift out bowl so you must twist the tongue to remove the front face, take the whole potty and dump in the toilet, then clean. Not so convenient, but for my son I will endure this process till he moves to the big toilet.