The BabyBjorn Potty Chair, at under $28, is a durable, easy-to-clean training seat for a more enjoyable potty training experience. Measuring 13.5×13.5.12 inches, this seat also features a backrest and arm rests to help keep your child comfortable.
This brightly colored potty chair is designed for the maximum level of cleanliness and comfort. The construction material is durable and easy to clean. The seat includes a high, built-in splash guard to keep messes from splashing outside of the potty. The inner section of the potty lifts right out for easier emptying and cleaning, and can be washed with warm water and soap. There is also a rubber edge around the rim of the chair to keep it from sliding across the floor. The sturdy base and shape of this seat will also make it much harder to tip over if your child puts too much weight on one side while trying to stand up or sit down.
Potty training is often a stressful experience, for both parents and children. Many children are fearful of sitting on a toilet. This practice potty offers all the features needed to help your child feel secure, as well as boosting confidence when the time comes to graduate to the regular toilet. The BabyBjorn Potty Chair has an ergonomic design that allows for maximum comfort and plenty of leg room for your child. The backrest and armrests also make the chair more secure and cozy, especially when your child has to sit for a longer time, and will also make it easier for your child to sit down and stand up.
The seat of this potty chair is specially shaped to make sure your child will sit closer to the inside of the potty, which is more comfortable and will further reduce the likelihood of messes. The shape and size of the seat also allows young children of all sizes to sit comfortably. This chair is made of 100 percent recyclable material, so environmentally conscious parents can also rest easy knowing it won’t end up sitting in a land fill once your child is done with it. With the slightly taller splash guard, parents might have to offer young children – especially boys – some extra guidance when getting on and off the seat, since your child could bump against it and hurt himself when trying to sit or stand. This could discourage your child from wanting to use the seat, but with a little assistance and encouragement, it should not be a major issue.