The set is exactly what we needed, good quality and easy to clean. I would recommend to someone else, the only downsize is the price but its a good quality productGabriela
Excellent quality, good stylish design. My little girl finds it so much easier to get herself up from the potty. Absolutely worth the price.AnnaH
Stylish yet simple designs, great colour, a firm favourite in our houseMads
Why should I choose the starter kit for potty training?
In this starter kit, we’ve put together clever products designed to make potty training easier and more fun! Here you’ll find everything your child needs – from their very first wee in the potty until they’re confidently using the toilet unaided. Durable and practical products that can be used for a long time (and then passed on to the next child).
What does the potty training starter kit contain?
Potty Chair is a comfy potty with soft contours, where your child sits safely thanks to the high backrest and the supportive armrests. The potty chair has an inner potty that’s easy to take out and clean.
Step Stool is a stable and sturdy stool that makes it easy for your child to reach the sink or toilet training seat unaided. Its non-slip rubber surface provides a good grip for your child’s feet. Remember to always supervise your child when they start to use the step stool.
Toilet Training Seat is a stable and ergonomic seat that’s easy for your child to put on the toilet unaided, once they’re big enough to use it instead of the potty. The toilet training seat can be used when your child has reached the age of two years. Simply hang it from its practical handle when not in use.
When can I begin to use the starter kit?
Most young children are ready to stop using nappies somewhere between 18 and 24 months. It may be a good idea to begin potty training when you as a parent have more time, such as during the holidays.
Are the products safe?
Safety is our top priority – so all bathroom products from BABYBJÖRN comply with the relevant safety requirements for plastic in both Europe and the USA. This means that the plastic we use undergoes continual rigorous testing for Bisphenol A (BPA) and other harmful substances.
When can you start potty training?
Of course every child is different, but many tend to become interested in the potty around the age of 18–24 months. Get answers to your potty training questions here.
Material & Care instructions
The potty chair is made of polypropylene (PP) and thermoplastic elastomer (TPE).
The step stool is made of recyclable polypropylene (PP).
The toilet training seat is made of polypropylene (PP) and thermoplastic elastomer (TPE)
Thanks to its convenient inner potty, the potty chair is super-easy to clean. Simply lift out the inner potty, empty it, and wipe clean or rinse with water. You can rinse the step stool and toilet training seat with water or wipe them with a damp cloth.
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