Mamas & Papas Squeaka Duck Potty - £6.95 *Reserve & Collect* @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Was £16.95
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Winner of Practical Parenting Best Buy Award

Suitable for ages 18 months and over.
Squeaky beak to amuse as they learn.
Ergonomically designed seat for comfort.
Clean and convenient, the potty can be covered by the lid for easy transportation.
Detachable front for easy cleaning.
Pearl white/soft lime.
Made from 93% polypropylene, 7% rubber.
Easy clean.
Size H33, W29, D40cm.
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#1
Just too cute! Unfortunately we already have 2 potties in my house, and trying to get my girls onto the toilet instead, but hot from me!
#2
no stock near me (Ilford)
#3
nowhere in stock near me - thank you anyway
#4
thanks just ordered the last one (_;)
#5
Thanks for this great deal! It has been featured over on the HUKD blog Playpennies!

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#6
1 left at telford
[mod]#7
Just too cute for kids to pee in lol :p

Edited By: millarcat on Mar 11, 2011 09:18
#8
Ha how cute is that!
#9
I am SO tempted. Might just have a check and see if there's one near me.
#10
none anywhere near Swansea Haylhoo! shame would have got my niece this for easter
#11
None near me in edinburgh either :(
2 Likes #12
Sorry but the worst thing you can do when potty training a child is get a novelty potty, they're more interested in playing with it then using it, this usually involves mess allover the floor. Buy a 99p plain potty from asda or tesco.
#13
americanv8
Sorry but the worst thing you can do when potty training a child is get a novelty potty, they're more interested in playing with it then using it, this usually involves mess allover the floor. Buy a 99p plain potty from asda or tesco.

was thinking just the same - shouldn't make a game out of going to the toilet
#14
Absolute rubbish to say you shouldn't make a game out of potty training !!!!!!

In fact you should make it as much fun as possible actually, then your child will actually love going for a wee. My kids would have loved this!
1 Like #15
Caz42
Absolute rubbish to say you shouldn't make a game out of potty training !!!!!!In fact you should make it as much fun as possible actually, then your child will actually love going for a wee. My kids would have loved this!

I don't doubt kids would love this, but they would (or could) treat it as a toy and not what it's actually intended for, i.e. a toilet ... not everything in life is a game IMO.

A standard plastic potty does the job (and has done for years) so this gimmick isn't necessary (and probably why the price has dropped).

Potty training isn't a difficult thing, so why turn it into a 'game'?

What next? changing nappies in a ball-pool to make that "fun" as well?

I suppose you have competitions lined up for when they are older to see who can get the highest up a urinal ?
1 Like #16
Woo Woo Woo it's the Potty Police
#17
toonarmani
Caz42
Absolute rubbish to say you shouldn't make a game out of potty training !!!!!!In fact you should make it as much fun as possible actually, then your child will actually love going for a wee. My kids would have loved this!


I don't doubt kids would love this, but they would (or could) treat it as a toy and not what it's actually intended for, i.e. a toilet ... not everything in life is a game IMO.

A standard plastic potty does the job (and has done for years) so this gimmick isn't necessary (and probably why the price has dropped).

Potty training isn't a difficult thing, so why turn it into a 'game'?

What next? changing nappies in a ball-pool to make that "fun" as well?

I suppose you have competitions lined up for when they are older to see who can get the highest up a urinal ?




What a ridiculous comment!

Every child would love this and it will be a fantastic aid in potty training ......as would anything that makes weeing fun !



Edited By: Caz42 on Mar 11, 2011 12:42
#18
we had one of these, worst thing i ever bought, obviously everyones experience and children different but, for me, having 2 boys, i ended up taking the squeek and the handles off and making it a normal potty as it was a nightmare
and have to take trousers off as can just sit down as has to sit on it like a bike! if that explains it properly....
not just simple, slip down undies and go for a piddle or poo.......

but its affa cute and it looks good :) x
#19
CO2000
we had one of these, worst thing i ever bought, obviously everyones experience and children different but, for me, having 2 boys, i ended up taking the squeek and the handles off and making it a normal potty as it was a nightmare
and have to take trousers off as can just sit down as has to sit on it like a bike! if that explains it properly....
not just simple, slip down undies and go for a piddle or poo.......

but its affa cute and it looks good :) x


Good point, hadn't thought of that. Could have already done it by time you get their trousers off !

Maybe better for girls then .....as long as they are wearing a dress!!
#20
None near me :(

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