Babyway Step Toilet Trainer £14.97(Prime) £19.72 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Babyway Step Toilet Trainer £14.97(Prime) £19.72 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Babyway Step Toilet Trainer £14.97(Prime members) £19.72 (Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Does anyone know how this compares to the Keter one please?
Does anyone know how this compares to the Keter one please?
I haven't used the keter one but my son has been using this from 18mnths and he's almost 4 (could probably stop using it but he likes it and still fits it comfortably!). Sturdy, easy to clean, was easy to put together, padded toilet seat, seat folds down so you can store it, he can rest his feet on the step whilst sitting on his throne :-) . I occasionally (probably four times since we've had it if I'm honest) give the plastic screws a tighten as he's quite heavy handed with hurling it across the toilet seat and they do loosen. We managed to bypass pottys altogether using this. We have a plastic seat and a step in our other bathroom but much prefer this.
They are £14.97 at asda too incase that's better for those without prime.
mookiandco

I haven't used the keter one but my son has been using this from 18mnths … I haven't used the keter one but my son has been using this from 18mnths and he's almost 4 (could probably stop using it but he likes it and still fits it comfortably!). Sturdy, easy to clean, was easy to put together, padded toilet seat, seat folds down so you can store it, he can rest his feet on the step whilst sitting on his throne :-) . I occasionally (probably four times since we've had it if I'm honest) give the plastic screws a tighten as he's quite heavy handed with hurling it across the toilet seat and they do loosen. We managed to bypass pottys altogether using this. We have a plastic seat and a step in our other bathroom but much prefer this.



Agreed. Great seat. My Lol is now 2 and a half and has been using this since around 18 months. He can get on and off independently.

The ring is also cushioned. Not all toddler toilet seats are. I am more than happy to recommend this.
Trumpet777

Does anyone know how this compares to the Keter one please?


We had one and they are great. Padded seat, fits well, and looks good. When we got it off the top shelf while being stored (between kids), we dropped it and broke it. Looked for another one, and they were about £30+ two weeks ago, so settled for another brand (at this price). Wish I hadn't, and almost bought this again last night because they're so good. Definitely worth the price tag for this. Hope that helps a bit.
Ordered 2 thanks
mookiandco

I haven't used the keter one but my son has been using this from 18mnths … I haven't used the keter one but my son has been using this from 18mnths and he's almost 4 (could probably stop using it but he likes it and still fits it comfortably!). Sturdy, easy to clean, was easy to put together, padded toilet seat, seat folds down so you can store it, he can rest his feet on the step whilst sitting on his throne :-) . I occasionally (probably four times since we've had it if I'm honest) give the plastic screws a tighten as he's quite heavy handed with hurling it across the toilet seat and they do loosen. We managed to bypass pottys altogether using this. We have a plastic seat and a step in our other bathroom but much prefer this.



​That's great thanks. I'm planning on bypassing the potty this time too (no 3) as the other two hated the potty! Thanks very much
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