Potette Plus 2in1 & Skip Hop Wet/Dry Bag : Review

Over the past 3-4 weeks Leah has been showing more and more interest in using the potty or toilet. It all started during the hot weather a few weeks ago, Leah wanted to play outside but wanted to be stripped off, so I let her. I introduced her to the potty then where she would very happily sit on the potty and wait for her wee wee. 2 hours later she managed to produce her first wee on the potty!

Things have now slowly but very surely progressed. So much so, she had been going through phases of not wanting to do her “no2’s” in her nappies any more and for the past week has only produced them whilst on the potty.

For this massive achievement I think I only have one company to thank for this, Maguari who have created the Potette Plus.

Potette Plus 1For our review we were provided with 3 products, all which work well together and allow us to work on our potty training mission.

The first two items are the 2in1 Potette Plus portable potty & trainer seat and the second was a pack of 10 disposable liners.

Potette Plus 2Firstly what I love about this product is that its a 2in1 seat, its a fab travel potty and also a toilet trainer seat. The potty comes supplied with a fab storage bag for travel and 3 disposable potty liners. To use the potty as a travel potty simply open the legs of the seat 90° and lock them into place to provide a stable and secure seating for your tot. You can then open a disposable liner, put it over the seat and secure into place using the handles hooked under feet of the seat. Upto 3 liners can be stored on the trainer seat at any one time and also features non slip rubber feet to prevent the seat from moving on the floor. Once a liner has been used simply remove the bag, tie it up and dispose of it as you would your usual nappy bags. Once finished with unlock the seats, fold and store back away.

This concept of potty training is perfect for when you are out and about, easy to whip the seat out for your tot as and when and always remains hygienic.

The toilet trainer seat is also another fantastic concept, for when your child is more advanced and wants to use the toilet rather than a potty. To use this concept unfold the legs of the seat 180° and fit the seat to the toilet. Its really that simple.

The Potette Plus 2in1 seat has an RRP price of about £13.99 and the disposable liners are £10.49 for a pack of 30.

The last item for our review is the Skip Hop Wet/Dry Bag perfect for them little accidents. Simply store spare clothes on the outside of the bag in the mesh pocket and then as accidents happen you can store soiled clothes in the waterproof/odour-proof 2nd pocket.

Potette Plus 3The size of the wet/dry bag is 12″ x 15″ and comes with an additional strap perfect for hooking onto a pushchair. With an RRP price of around £13, this bag is perfect in every way and I can see it being a complete lifesaver when we are out and about.

At the moment Leah is 29 months, we haven’t fully touched base with potty training yet and we are yet to leave the house with the potty, liners or the wet/dry bag but I can guarantee these items will be joining us on our outings.

My only quibble I have is the price of the liners for the Potette Plus, the price for the liners is rather high considering you only get 30 to a pack. A child who is new to potty training could easily get through all of them in a short number of outings. Although the whole system is highly convenient and simply to use, I shall be purchasing more for our holiday next week as we are taking the potty with us.

 

**This is not a sponsored post I was provided with the set above for testing and review purposes. All words and opinions are my own.

2 Comments

  1. alleyp

    19th August 2014 at 9:15 pm

    Hi Bex, agree with the price of the liners for the Pottee – I use a rubber reusable liner for when we are at home (not widely advertised but I managed to get hold of one in my local baby shop in Wiltshire by pure chance) so the disposable liners are then just for when we are out and about. Its great as it fits in my handbag and means my little one can discreetly do a wee anywhere. I have no idea why nobody seems to sell the rubber liners as well as the disposable liners.

    Good luck with the potty training when Leah is ready!

    1. Rebecca Bodkin

      20th August 2014 at 9:12 am

      Thank you and also for sharing the rubber liners… I am now off in search of them! :o)

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