Back when we decided to seriously start potty training Maddie, we decided to get this toilet seat for our bathroom on the main floor.
I loved that I didn’t have an extra seat to put on the toilet, take off and clean and I never cared much for the potty seats where I had to empty and clean it out all the time. This seemed like the perfect compromise. The training seat has a magnet on the top to hold it up when adults are using the toilet and it easily comes down for kids to use. When you close the lid, it has a no-slam feature so kids won’t slam their fingers. You can also very easily take the whole seat off for cleaning if you need to by twisting the two screws that hold it on.
Overall, I have been extremely happy with the seat. The only downfall in my mind is the tiny pins that hold the training seat on are plastic and not very durable. Maddie broke one of the pins off and we ended up replacing the seat (for free with a warranty return). I still would have preferred not to replace it, but I was happy it was an easy process. We did end up getting another one of these seats for the basement since I plan on that really being the kids’ space. Ideally, I’d love one in the jack-and-jill bathroom upstairs, but for now, one of the removable seats have been serving that purpose.
If you have kids that are potty trained or will be in the future, I recommend looking into these toilet seats. It saves on ease of cleaning up toilet “parts” and teaches kids to use the toilet. I know that being able to go right on the toilet instead of a potty seat helped Maddie’s confidence.
All of the opinions are my own and this was not a sponsored post.