10 of the best potties

Make a good start to toilet training your toddler with these smart buys

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  • 1. Summer Infant My Size Potty, £29.99, MadeForMums Gold Award Winner for best toilet training products for babies and toddlers

    Make toilet training fun with this gold award-winning potty, which is the perfect pint-sized toilet for your little one.

    Complete with flushing sound and a built-in wipe dispenser, it’s so cute and looks just like an adult toilet – but shrunk to toddler size!

    Easy to clean, this potty includes a removable bowl and clip on splash guard for boys, which is why it won the Gold award for the best toilet training products for babies and toddlers in the MadeForMums awards.

    What our MadeForMums Awards judges say about the Summer Infant My Size Potty:

    “My son has only just turned 19 months so we've just started potty training and the good thing is the My Size Potty has captured his attention. He finds it easier to sit on this that he does trying to negotiate his way backwards to sit down on the lower potty I'd bought. And he loves being rewarded with the fun flushing sound of the My Size Potty. It has captured his imagination and he finds it fun to sit on, which is good enough for me at this stage in his potty training.” Mum of 1, Laura

    “A great innovation in potty training, children will love it and be encouraged to use the potty.” MadeForMums Reviews Editor Hazelann Williams

    Read our full review of the Summer Infant MySize Potty here.

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  • Fisher-Price My Potty Friend, £39.95

    The ultimate potty that plays songs while your child sits, has a realistic flushing effect and retractable toilet roll holder to help your toddler get the hang of toilet training. Includes potty base, easy-clean insert, seat top and hinged lid that turns it into a step stool for when the time comes to use a real toilet. 

    Available from Tesco.

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  • Disney Frozen Steady Potty, £8.99

    The Frozen Steady Potty has been designed with safety and comfort in mind. Part of a co-ordinated Disney Frozen range which includes a non-slip step stool, the high back provides support while safety feet stop the potty from slipping.

    Available fromKiddicare

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  • Maguari Potette Plus, £15

    A travel potty and toilet trainer in one the Maguari 2-in-1 Potette Plus scored top marks with our Prima Baby Awards 2015 judges for its easy use, portability and versatility.

    The potty comes supplied with a storage bag and three disposable liners when used as a travel potty, it also has legs that open to 90° and lock into place to provide stable seating.  

    And when your little one is ready to move to the big toilet the legs of the Maguari 2-in-1 Potette Plus seat opens to 180° and fit most toilet seats. 

    Available from Maguari

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  • My Carry Potty, £26.99

    This design is perfect when your toddler has to go ‘now’! Includes a handle for easy carrying, and the leakproof lid means contents are hygienically contained, until you can empty it, with a wipe-clean surface. The potty also comes in cow, ladybird or bee designs, which each cost £26.99.

    Available from Amazon

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  • Pourty Potty, £24.99

    The ingenious Pourty Potty's simple design allows you to pour the contents out of the back, with no messy dribbles down the side. The convenient handle at the front makes it easy to hold and pour and it comes in five colours: blue; purple; white; pink and green.

    And now the potty can also come with the Flexi-Fit seat, which allows the toddler training seat to fit securely on all types of adult toilets.

    Available from Amazon

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  • BabyBjorn Smart Potty, £19.99

    The BabyBjorn Smart Potty range features seven bright, bold colours, a moulded back for comfort and front guard. Plus, there’s a non-slip base and insert bowl that can be lifted out for easy emptying and cleaning.

    Available from Amazon.

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  • Tippitoes Potty, £5.99

    This basic potty has an extra high splash guard at the front, making it ideal for little boys. Its simple design is easy to clean, and the rounded edges are smooth and comfortable. It comes in either blue or white and has a handle at the back to hold while you pour.

    Available from Amazon.

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  • Ducks Potty Chair, £6.49

    Simple, clean and comfortable white potty, featuring a cute duck character. The raised back and front splashguard make this design functional, and it's also easy to empty and clean the removable bowl.

    Available from Babies R Us.

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  • Bumbo Step 'N' Potty, £39.99

    A 3-in-1 potty that changes into a toilet seat and step when your little one is ready to move from potty training to using the big toilet.

    Suitable from 18 months, the step can hold up to a massive 50kg.  

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  • More on potty training

    Older relatives may tell you that all their children were out of nappies before their first birthday but, like much well-meant 'advice', it's often laced with a few dashes of exaggeration.

    The fact is, you and your child are unique when it comes to the potty - so don't rush things, or be put off, by other people's comments.

    If you do think the time might be right, then it's worth looking out for these clues from your child first:

    • Your child stays dry for up to two hours
    • An interest in watching herself wee and seeing you go to the toilet
    • Telling you when she's wet and is keen to take off her nappy because it's uncomfy
    • They are generally dry after a nap
    • They can communicate and follow simple instructions

     If they're ready (and experts reckon most children will be physically and emotionally ready some time between the ages of 2 and 3), then go for it! 

    Why not check out some more of these clues that your child might be ready to potty train or read these tips from mums on how they tackled potty training?

    Good luck - why not let us know which potty is your favourite?

Last updated on 7 April 2017

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