Fisher Price Royal Potty Stepstool – Top Reviews & Key Info

  • Fisher Price Royal Potty StepstoolPrice: $25 – $30
  • GooGooLove: ♥♥ (2/5)
  • Pros:
    • Ring fits on real toilet
    • Converts to step stool
    • Music congratulates child
  • Cons:
    • Faulty splash guard for boys
    • Hard to clean crevices
    • Small bowl size

Most Helpful Reviews on the Fisher Price Royal Potty Stepstool.

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars(5/5) – 1/12/2008 – I love this potty! What a way to encourage potty training when you pee pee the music goes on by sensor telling baby he/she did a great job, litteraly. Nothing like my first had, and besides the music reward, the seat can be put on the big potty when it’s time and the rest is used as a step stool to get up to the big pot…. (read more and buy it at Amazon.com)
  • 2.0 out of 5 stars(2/5) – 4/22/2012 – This product was purchased for our son and has come up short on one of our expectations. The big let down is the gaurd does not always contain the urine. It flows over it and on to the floor. Other then that the product has met our other expectaions…. (read more and buy it at Walmart.com)
  • 1.0 out of 5 stars(1/5) – 2/17/2011 – This seems like a great potty. It is a chair with a removable ring for the big potty and the boy version’s penis guard is actually big enough to hold your toddlers pee in the toilet. Your child will like being rewarded by music and being able to use it as a step stool. You will NOT like cleaning this thing…. (read more and buy it at Amazon.com)
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars(4/5) – 10/3/2012 – I have 21 month old twin girls who are just starting to potty train. The music is very encouraging. One of the girls actually cheers “Yay” with the potty. She is a reluctant pooper, and was afraid to use a training seat on the toilet. This chair allows her to relax and go. Only problem is the bowl size is a little small and big poops fill it up…. (read more and buy it at Diapers.com)
  • 3.0 out of 5 stars(3/5) – 10/28/2012 – … I love the fact that it sings when my son goes to the bathroom, so I don’t have to hover and stare to be sure to catch him going in order to give praise. The guard is also decent, if he’s sitting straight…. It’s definitely do-able. (And if you have a girl, like my sister does, she recommends getting the green version, as the pink one doesn’t have a guard and girls sometimes manage to fire off in random directions when they really have to go.) (read more and buy it at Babiesrus.com)
  • 1.0 out of 5 stars(1/5) – 8/11/2012 – This potty has been a good motivator for our son to learn how to pee on the potty because it plays music when he uses it. As the one who’s responsible for cleaning it, I can’t say anything positive about this potty. It frequently leaks out the front when he pees…. (read more and buy it at Babiesrus.com)

Gear in Action

  • See a video review here.

What the Makers Say

  • Now your little majesty can enjoy a throne of their own! You’ll love training your little prince or princess with the Royal Potty because it has a reward system built right in, and plays different tunes – a musical reward for your child’s potty progress. The royal potty can also be used attached to a regular toilet seat, complete with royal tunes (not recommended for use on padded toilet seats). And when your child needs to wash up after going to the bathroom, this potty chair converts to a handy stepstool! Perfect for helping your toddler reach the sink! Bowl removes easily for cleanup. Deflector shield included. The chair features removable legs for easy storage. Requires 3 AA batteries (not included).
    • Sensor knows when to reward your child’s success with 4 royal tunes
    • Potty ring removes for use on a regular toilet seat
    • Splash guard for boys
    • Lid folds down to convert to a sturdy stepstool—holds up to 200 pounds!
    • Bowl removes easily for cleanup…. (read more at Fisher-Price.com)

Any Safety Recalls :( ?

  • Not that we’ve heard.  For the most up-to-date information, search the Consumer Products Safety Division’s website here.

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