The Best Buy for a toilet training seat
My oldest son was never fond of learning to use the "big people's toilet" so we started out with a potty which sat on the floor. My son would use this initially but it wasn't so great for me, as it meant I needed to clean & sterilise after every use and it was rather time consuming. So I moved onto this toilet seat rather quickly and my son loved it from day one. He is generally frightened of anything new he has to climb so I was surprised he loved it after showing him how to step up just once. He is 3 now and still likes to use it, sets it onto the toilet all by himself and climbs and sits. Would highly recommend this brand as the handles make it safe for him to climb and for him to hold onto. I've even had other mums ask where they could get this as their children loved using it at my place.
Stable as a normal toilet
If you have a child who is a bit apprehensive, get a KiddyLoo! It sits very well and stable on top of a toilet, legs are adjustable, very easy to clean and pop on a toilet. You will not regret buying it! My son, who tends to be scared / apprehensive about almost anything new, climbs up the kiddyloo on his own without any hesitation! Toilet training is stressful enough, you don't need a cheap plastic to make it harder for you.
The only thing I do not like about this is the seat itself tends to be a bit small for my 2 1/2 year old who is not that tall nor wide, he looks very squeezed in when he sits in it.
Very Stable and Comfortable
I'd seen a few of these step seats before and they all wobbled about on the toilet. My son is quite cautious but he was quite at ease getting up onto the step of this one and seemed very happy to sit on the toilet for a while. It was worth the $40 spent at Target.
Stable, Sturdy, Decent Splash Guard, Comfortable, Easy to Assemble, Good Value, Adjustable
My son loves it!
I bought this step seat after reading the only other review (below). I've tried a few potties, and my son would only ever sit on them for a few seconds before getting up (we're just starting training), and he would rather play with them as though they were toys. With the Kiddyloo, I've found that he WANTS to sit on it. And if he's anything like his father, he'll be reaching for a car magazine in no time.
Modern, sleek, easy to assemble & install
Learnt from other mums that these types of step/seats can be very unstable, and scare kids. With the kiddyloo it is quite the opposite! My daughter loves it. Worth the extra bit spent on it!
Very Stable, easy to assemble height adjustable, folds and steps adjust.
Price: $60. But worth it!
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