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Fisher-Price My Potty Friend - £22.99 delivered at Amazon

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These are £33.69 at Tesco Direct, £35.99 at Boots, £36.99 at Toys R Us so thought this was a good price. * The Fisher-Price My Potty Friend add variety and fun to the potty training process … Read More
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These are £33.69 at Tesco Direct, £35.99 at Boots, £36.99 at Toys R Us so thought this was a good price.

* The Fisher-Price My Potty Friend add variety and fun to the potty training process
* Plays encouraging phrases, 2 full songs and sounds
* Lid opens and closes and bowl removes for easy clean up
* Can be used on a regular toilet, though not recommended for use with padded toilet seats
* Requires 3 x AA batteries (not included)
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The Fisher-Price My Potty Friend add variety and fun to the potty training process and because it looks similiar to a real toilet, it encourages kids to make the transition to the grown up 'potty'. It plays encouraging phrases, two full songs and makes sounds to encourage the child. A wetness sensor ensures there's a sound reward upon each success. It makes a fun clicking sound when you push down the pretend 'flusher' and there's a toilet paper holder, too. With songs to learn and encouraging phrases and sounds to discover, the My Potty Friend really does make potty training fun. The handles help toddlers feel secure and it can be used on a regular toilet seat, complete with songs and sounds. Not recommended for use on padded toilet seats, however, as this can create marks. My Potty Friend has a lid that opens and closes, the bowl removes for easy clean up, there's a flip-down deflector shield included and the toilet paper holder slides in and out. Suitable for 18 months upwards.
#2
heat added i had one for both my boys and i got them both toilet trained very fast which i think is thanks to the potty.
#3
cheers op just the one I need to start my daughter potty training hot from me
8 Likes #4
When children are ready to be toilet trained it is a very quick process, this is nothing to do with a daft expensive potty! The problem is people persisting when children simply are not ready. If they are ready it takes less than a week. My kids managed just fine on straight to the loo at 2.5yrs (emptying a potty made me wretch urgh) and the last 1 (now 4) went straight to the loo (with a step up!) on her second birthday.
As long as you are aware that it is a crazy gimmick.
My 6th baby has just turned 2 and she will be following her siblings...
Interestingly my sister has a 3.5yr old boy, with one of these and he won't use the proper loo as it doesn't sing when he pee's.
#5
looks very cool. too late for my little lady (we still sing the tinkle song ourselves) but if she had been at the start of potty training i would have been very tempted
#6
we got one of these, it sings to you!!
"i'm so big, look at me, i can use my own pot eee"
#7
Thanks for this great deal! It has been featured over on the HUKD blog Playpennies!

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#8
Ridiculous item! Normal potty costs £1.99 for example from IKEA (link) and use it with reward chart and stickers. Will take a few days to get it mostly sorted but there really is absolutely no need for a potty like this! BTW, I've got 4 kids, the youngest is 2 and just finishing training, so I speak from experience!

Edited By: KingCampo on Jun 10, 2011 09:27: Extra
#9
good price but silly product. You shouldnt need to buy this to get your child potty trained. I dont talk from experience but a little sense goes a long way
#10
This item is not so great. My sister bought one for my nephew and he just thinks of it as a toy. It took him ages to be potty trained. In fact he only got potty trained when I told her to get rid of this thing and buy a £1.99 one instead.
#11
Good price - we had a FP royal potty which we thankfully get very cheap in argos in a catalogue clearance over a year ago. Funny thing is, our daughter barely uses it now - prefers her carry potty, or a normal pot.

If you're going to invest in a pot, have a look at the carry pot - they are £20-25 however close up like a lunch box to seal the contents when you're out and about. Very handy if you aren't near a toilet. I wish we'd just bought one of these in the first place than the others which are kicking round the house!
#12
39.99 on the link, time to expire?
banned#13
It's available at the price indicated direct from Amazon - look at the "More Buying Choices" on the right hand side.
#14
Usually dispatched within 1 to 3 months. Heat for price though compared to the other retailers
#15
Heat for the price but 1 to 3 months for dispatch!!!!!!
#16
1-3 months, shame. I would have loved this for my little boy, he is having issues at the moment lol.
#17
Its now been updated to say "In stock on June 15, 2011"
#18
Thanks you oc77, ordered one
#19
i think its crazy people spend money like this on a potty!!! couple of quid from wilkos job done.
#20
emsie83
i think its crazy people spend money like this on a potty!!! couple of quid from wilkos job done.


Some children do not take to potty as easy as others!
1 Like #21
Good price for the item, but having potty trained my 2yr old this week for £10 - £1.99 ikea potty stacked on £1 asda potty (he didn't like it low down, £4 toddler toilet seat from amazon, £2 pack of tractor pants in Asda and £1 worth of stickers for chart...
I'd rather spend the extra £12 on swimming or going out for the day to celebrate success!!
banned#22
We got belted into complying. Didn't take long to learn.
#23
I agree it does seem a lot of money for a potty, but I am struggling to get my daughter potty-trained. She won't sit on a normal potty, and when I can rarely get her to sit on the toilet - nothing happens, as she tenses up and won't relax. I am very tempted with this, as I don't know what else to do. I've bought proper pants to try and entice her, and I've tried reward charts and treats - NOTHING works!!! She'll be 3 in a month, and I desperately want her to be potty trained before she starts Nursery in September.
#24
shy33
I agree it does seem a lot of money for a potty, but I am struggling to get my daughter potty-trained. She won't sit on a normal potty, and when I can rarely get her to sit on the toilet - nothing happens, as she tenses up and won't relax. I am very tempted with this, as I don't know what else to do. I've bought proper pants to try and entice her, and I've tried reward charts and treats - NOTHING works!!! She'll be 3 in a month, and I desperately want her to be potty trained before she starts Nursery in September.


Give her time she will get there, theres no rush. :D

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