The Boon Potty Bench is a top potty pick for good reason.
First, it is secure and stable. The last thing you want is for your toddler to take a tumble and swear off potties.
Second, it is accessible and comfy. Because the potty is low to the ground with a gently curving wide seat, your child won’t have any trouble sitting on the bench and staying put.
Third, the bells and whistles actually make sense and are strong enough to withstand hurricane toddler. There are storage compartments for “reading material,” toilet paper, and any potty stickers or other paraphernalia you need. The waste basin pulls out for easy cleaning for adults and older pre-schoolers, but it is a lot less tempting to young toddlers than the kind that just lifts up. There’s also a deflector, too, for those of you with boys
And if that isn’t enough, with the lid shut (good practice for the real potty, too), it actually looks kind of stylish and even works as a step stool.
We’re just in the pre-potty training stage around here, but my little one is happy to sit on the Boon Potty Bench and is very excited to start using it.
It is as if Boon actually studied the way children learn to use the potty and talked to real parents before they designed the Potty Bench…what a concept!
WANT IT: The Boon Potty Bench is available directly from Boon ($35), from BabyCenter ($30 on sale), and Amazon ($30).
WIN IT: Boon is generously offering one of our readers a Boon Potty Bench (ARV $35). Shipping to the US only for this contest. Enter by 11:59 PM July 28 with a comment letting us know (1) Your favorite Boon Product besides the bench; (2) A Potty Training Tip or Question.