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Safety 1st 1-2-3 Teach Me Training System

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Safety 1st 1-2-3 Teach Me Training System
 
3.8

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3.0

very handy, and a good price, but...

Comments about Safety 1st 1-2-3 Teach Me Training System:

I used these with both of my boys. My oldest son never had any problems with it. Super easy to use, very versatile, being that you can use it for a step stool for little hands to use the sink and removable part to put on the toilet seat for tiny bottoms. It was great first time around. Then with my next son, he is a shorty and I don't know it thats the problem or its the seat, but when he sits to go number two, it always pinches his legs. Always. So we had to teach him to just put the removable seat onto the toilet, then use the step to get up on it and not be scared. It was scary for him at first. But it may just depend on the child. But he never could sit down on it.

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4.0

Does the Job

Comments about Safety 1st 1-2-3 Teach Me Training System:

We ended up buying two of these while potty training our daughter - one upstairs and one downstairs. They worked well for her once she was ready to put the seat on the big potty. We liked that the seat was hard enough that she felt safe on the big potty. It doesn't slide around like other potty seats do.

The little boy splash guard is a mystery to me. It was a bit annoying while training our daughter but now we are training our son and it only serves as an annoyance. He has trouble straddling the seat in order to sit far enough back that the splash guard isn't hurting him. Ugh! I know a lot of kids don't potty train until almost 3 years old or older but when you have a 20 month old who wants to be potty trained, it sure would be nice to find a product that is sized properly.

We are looking forward to our son being ready for the seat on the big potty so that the bases can function as just step stools in the bathrooms.

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3.0

Does the job, doesn't cost an arm and a leg.

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from Brandon, FL

Comments about Safety 1st 1-2-3 Teach Me Training System:

This is a great seat for the money.  It's got everything some of the more expensive seats have: a splash guard for boys, a big potty adapter, close the lid and it's a stool, and put all the pieces together and it's a little potty chair.  My daughter's been doing great with it.  At first she wanted nothing to do with it, but that's because she wasn't ready.  Now that's all she wants to do!

The only bad thing I have to say is that because it's so easy to take apart, toddlers can figure it out easily and grab the bowl and spill pee on the floor.  But my daughter's pretty good and after watching me one time, she knows to pour the pee in the toilet and then take it to the sink and rinse it.  I just wish the grippers stayed on better, because my daughter was able to pull them off and now I don't know where they are, so I have to hover over her when she's using it as a stool or else she could fall.

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3.0

Basic, Inexpensive, but has some issues

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from North Pole, AK

Comments about Safety 1st 1-2-3 Teach Me Training System:

I grabbed this one day, well before my daughter was ready for potty training, because it was on clearance and looked like a nice, basic potty chair. I don't really care about having all the bells and whistles. It sat in our bathroom for a few months before we started using it.

When we did start using it I found a few problems with it. 1. It's too low to be used as much of a step stool for my daughter. She is a little short for her age, and she can't reach the sink to wash her hands. It's not the worst thing in the world, though, since she also can't reach the things we keep on the counter. :)

2. She has a hard time getting it open. It sort of latches shut, so she can't get the lid up when she wants to.

3. When she sits down on it it always scoots backwards, the lid hits the wall, and it closes on her. It doesn't hurt her since it's really light, but it's frustrating to her. Again, she's short, so she's coming at it more from the front than above.

4. The grippers do come off easily, but they don't really do much anyway. It slides whether or not they're on.

I do like that the seat part comes out and can be used on the toilet. We haven't gotten to that stage yet, but I think it will be helpful.

All in all, this is a basic, inexpensive potty chair. For the price, it's just fine.

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4.0

Safety First Potty Chair So Nice To Have!

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from Castle Hayne, NC

Comments about Safety 1st 1-2-3 Teach Me Training System:

When we were toliet training our three year old we wanted a potty seat that could go from beginners stage all the way up to sitting on the big potty.  We didn't want to have to worry about buying several different items to keep up with and frankly didn't have the space in our house for much extra items.  The Safety First 1-2-3 Teach Me Training System had everything we wanted and more!  First, it is a training potty for beginners to sit on and try it out.  It has a removable, and dish washer safe basin.  This makes for super easy clean up in case your little one does go potty.  Next, this system has a removable seat that attaches to regular toliets so little ones who are potty trained can sit on the real potty and go.  The system has a lid that closes down and can be used as a step stool.  The only drawback that I have found with this system is that when using it as a step stool, sometimes it can slip on the floor so if you aren't close by a child can easily fall off.

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3.0

Average potty seat

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from Port Saint Lucie, FL

Comments about Safety 1st 1-2-3 Teach Me Training System:

My husband and I bought two Safety 1st 1-2-3 Teach Me Training System potty chair for our twins.  We are on the fence about these seats.  There are pros and cons.  We like the simplicity of the seats.  No bells and whistles = no distractions!  We like the looks of the potty so to speak, the colors are nice, not ugly.  The one thing we do NOT like is the seat is too long up front, so the child can not sit on it perfectly comfortable.  My kids have to move around on it a bit to get comfy.  We appreciate the fact that it is multi functional and can be used as a stool as well.  We have yet to use it as a stool though, so I can not comment on the height of it.  The price is VERY reasonable.  While shopping for seats, this one was not the cheapest and it definitely wasn't the most expensive.  It does have a splash guard for boys.  The bowl is simple to remove and put back in.  The grippers that were made to go on the bottom will not stay on and are basically pointless; however, we don't need them on anyway. 

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5.0

Great potty and great price!

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from Ballwin, MO

Comments about Safety 1st 1-2-3 Teach Me Training System:

The Safety 1st 123 Teach Me Training System is a great potty! It is fairly inexpensive especially considering that you don't have to buy a separate potty seat for your own toilet or a separate step stool since it converts into both of those. When I started potty training my two year old, he was completely afraid of our big toilet so he only wanted to go on the little potty. Within a week or so, he was trained and decided he wanted nothing to do with the little potty and only wanted to go in the big potty. I was so glad I hadn't wasted a lot money on a different potty that he only would have used for a week! I was just able to use the seat part of the potty on our toilet and use the other part as a step stool.  I also liked that this potty is very easy to clean. We didn't use the removable bowl long, but it was smooth and rounded, so there were no hard to clean spots. The seat part of the potty also snapped into my own toilet pretty snuggly so I felt like it was pretty safe and my child would not slip off. Overall, I thought this potty was a really great deal!!

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5.0

This potty chair has everything I was looking for.

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from Joplin, MO

Comments about Safety 1st 1-2-3 Teach Me Training System:

The Safety 1st 1-2-3 Teach Me Training System potty chair is an effective tool for teaching your child how to toilet train.

As a first time mom I wanted to buy one potty training chair to use as practice before we tried potty training in its entirety.

This potty chair met our needs perfectly. It was simple, did not have distracting music or pictures, and was convertable to attach to the large toilet in the bathroom if my son has the preference to use our toilet.

This toilet seat is easy to use. I began trail runs with my son at 18 months-old and he is able to open the lid by himself and understand the concept of sitting over the opening where he is supposed to go potty. The chair is small enough for him to sit comfortably upon, yet I feel the size will be adequate for when he is older as well.

There is a white cup where the child can potty that is easily removeable for disposal and does not contain crevices that would make it difficult to clean. In fact, the entire chair seat easily lifts off in case of a messy accident. The removeable seat also lifts off with ease and sets perfectly on top of our main bathroom toilet without sliding around, creating a safe, sturdy seat. It has four plastic prongs that keep it in place as the seat is placed on a large toilet seat, which was an added relief in terms of safety.

Another great feature of the Safety 1st 1-2-3 Teach Me Training System is the easy conversion into a step stool when the lid of the seat is closed. A child could use the step stool for reaching the sink to wash their hands after using the toilet, letting them feel even more independent in the potty training process.

The seat also comes with a five step training chart that you can go over with your child when they are old enough to understand. It is a great training accessory for those who are conquering the task of potty training a child.

I would recommend this seat to anyone seeking a user friendly, sturdy and low-cost potty training seat without excessive gadgets and decorations for a child who could be easily distracted.

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