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Primo Folding Potty Seat w/Handles- Granite/White

PRIMO's Folding Potty Seat With Handles, the handy, folding toilet reducer for traveling away from home, will play a leading role in the sector of first childhood products. Particularly with a small child, toilet cleanliness is a must! With the PRIMO Folding Potty Seat With Handles, any mother can allow her child use any public toilet as if they were at home! It fits easily into your diaper bag or purse.

Features:

  • Folding, toilet reducer for traveling
  • Fits easily into diaper bag
  • Handles give child added security, clean hygiene and stability
  • Child holds potty seat handles instead of holding onto dirty toilet bowl for added hygiene
  • Neither child's nor mother's hands need to ever touch the toilet bowl guaranteeing safety and hygiene
  • Use on round or elongated toilets
  • Supports child up to 40 pounds
  • Sealing Storage bag included as carrying case
  • 4 Large non-skid pads and large front overhangs prevent seat from sliding
  • BPA Free, Phthalate Free, Lead Free
  • Made in USA

Product Notes

Popularity: #53 in Potty Training, #52 in Bath & Potty, #53 in Potty Training
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Primo Folding Potty Seat w/Handles- Granite/White

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PrimoFolding Potty Seat w/Handles
 
2.5

(based on 4 reviews)

25%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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  • Portable (4)

Cons

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      1.0

      Doesn't fit

      By Mommy of a Girl

      from Spring Lake, MI

      About Me First Time Parent

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      Pros

      • Easily Stowed
      • Easy To Set Up
      • Portable

      Cons

      • Poor Design

      Best Uses

      • Toilet Training
      • Traveling

      Comments about Folding Potty Seat w/Handles:

      I was hoping to use it when we went shopping or were out and about, since my daughter is not comfortable using public toilets (they are just too big for her). This seat folds well and fits in a small bag or large purse. However it does not fit on any toilets that I have tried. It's too round for the oblong toilets of today. Going by the looks of the material it came with, it was designed in the 80's.

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      2.0

      It's alright

      By Lia's Mom

      from New York

      About Me First Time Parent

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Convenient
      • Easily Stowed
      • Easy To Set Up
      • Lightweight
      • Portable

      Cons

      • Child Won't Use It
      • Flimsy
      • Not Sturdy

      Best Uses

      • Traveling

      Comments about Folding Potty Seat w/Handles:

      I bought this to use while traveling with my 20 month old. The seat bends inward when she sits on it and she feels she will fall. She is great with sitting on the potty but after using this seat she even refused to use her regular seat. The seat doesn't fully cover a regular toilet seat which leaves a lot of the potty seat unsupported and when my daughter sits on it it seems very unstable. Maybe when she is older she will use it.

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      5.0

      Dirty Potty...no problem

      By Oklamomma

      from Oklahoma

      About Me First Time Parent

      Pros

      • Durable
      • Easy To Clean
      • Easy To Use
      • Portable

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Toddlers

        Comments about Folding Potty Seat w/Handles:

        Great for public restrooms. I just hated take my toddler into dirty public restroom and letting him sit on the potty without anything. This is a great fix. It folds up in to 1/4 the size and then goes into a zip-bag (included). It fits in the bag I carry for all my toddlers stuff ( a big purse). Its prefect, I can pull out and get on potty faster than some-times provided potty seat covers or toilet paper, then I pick up my son and set him on it. It has little handles for him to hold onto, he never touches the actual potty. I lift him off when hes done and fold up and return to zip-bag. This product works great for what it was designed for...... on-the-go use in public restrooms.

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        2.0

        easy to carry but uncomfortable for son

        By moramay

        from Portland, OR

        About Me First Time Parent

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Compact
        • Durable
        • Easy To Clean
        • Easy To Use
        • Good for public restrooms
        • Portable

        Cons

        • Uncomfortable
        • Unstable

        Best Uses

        • Toddlers

        Comments about Folding Potty Seat w/Handles:

        Thought this product was great until I actually had to use it for a whole week on vacation. It set us way back with potty training as my son found it uncomfortable and unstable and was refusing to sit on it by the end of our vacation. A month later, we are still playing catch up. Wish I'd just taken the padded seat with us. On a positive note, it is good for use in public restrooms (or was until my son decided it was his enemy).

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