LOCKIGChildren's potty, white/green

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A natural first step when it’s time to wean off diapers and train your child to use the toilet. The removable insert is easy to empty and clean after every proud moment. Comfy potty that won’t move around.

Article Number601.931.28

Product details

Anti-slip material on the bottom. The potty won't move easily when your child is using it.

Made from harmless plastic, the same material used in baby bottles, disposable diapers and food boxes.

Easy to empty and clean.

Designer

Monika Mulder

Article Number601.931.28
  • Polypropylene, Synthetic rubber

    Wipe clean with a mild soapy solution.

  • Recommended for children 12 months and older.
  • BPA (Bisphenol A) free

    IKEA has banned BPA (Bisphenol A) in plastic products in the children’s range (0-7 years) and in all food-contact products. IKEA phased out BPA in 2006.

    IKEA has strict requirements for the use of phthalates in all our products, and we have totally banned them in children’s and food-contact products.

    Product possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.

Measurements

Length: 14 ¼ " (36 cm)

Width: 10 ¾ " (27 cm)

Height: 11 " (28 cm)

  • LOCKIG
    Children's pottyArticle no601.931.28

    Width: 11 ¼ " (29 cm)

    Height: 11 " (28 cm)

    Length: 14 ¼ " (36 cm)

    Weight: 1 lb 6 oz (0.63 kg)

    Package(s): 1

Ratings and reviews

4.7(54)
Awesome, easy to wash and carryTURFAI tried three different potties for my son. This has been the winner. Best part is, it's small enough to put in a large plastic bag and carry with me and is so easy to wash. It can be used by boys and girls. Wish I had bought this first.5
LockigKarenLove it but we haven't started using it yet so can't comment on works as expected.5
Great Toddler PottyALYSSAGreat little toddler potty. Designed well (especially for boys) and is easy to clean. And you can’t beat the price!5
GoodNonaGood5
Easy to carryChiaYiEasy to clean5
Very helpful!heatherLight and reasonably priced5
Really easy to use andALEXReally easy to use and clean! the removable seat is just perfect, and my little one got used to it very quickly.5
It functions as it isFRANCISIt functions as it is supposed to, easy peasy5
Best Potty - Best DealMelMayWe have three of this potty for our almost 16 month old. She's been tapping the front of the potties to use them since she was 12 months old and it is by far our favourite potty of the six different styles we have. - Clean to dump - seriously, no other potty that I've seen dumps this cleanly, and the bowl fits really well in our small bathroom sinks for rinsing - Good size - can even be used in infancy, from about 4 months with close supervision - very rarely does the waste even touch her bum (unlike a diaper!) - Back rest - nice for an older infant who tips backward occasionally our baby often reclined and pooped - Amazing value! - most potties are more than this, and that's a lot to pay for a product your infant is going to eliminate in - Non-Slip - worth it The only negative thing I have to say is that I don't like the bright sap green colour of the potty bowl because it makes it more difficult to see if my child has urinated since she is not old enough to tell me that she's done - although recently it's gotten more obvious that she's done since she has learned to stand up! While she's so young we keep one of these potties in the living room, one in the kitchen, and one in the bathroom upstairs, and I can't say the colour of the potty bowl goes well with the decor in any of those rooms. I can't say the baby's never been pinched when she gets a bit more rambunctious, but it's rare and honestly it's probably better than she had to learn to settle a bit when she sat on the potty. As a baby, she was pretty curious about the gaping hole in the back of the potty, but has since gotten over it, and the hole can be a handy place to stash the toilet paper - too bad the little one can then see it when the potty bowl is being cleaned.5
Perfect PottyLietteHonestly this has been the best potty for our purposes. Easy to take with us, easy to set up, and easy to empty/sanitize!5
Great potty!AudreyM_TOMy daughter loves her potty. I like that its light, simple design and easy to clean.5
Perfect and cheapCustomer123456789Great. Why would anyone buy any other brand. This is amazing for the price.5
Cheery pottyAlani1Good colours and design - appealing for a young one curious about potty training.5
Best potty out thereAriinvancouverPerfect product for our daughters potty training journey. Don’t bother buying a fancy potty, this is the only potty you will need!5
Easy to cleansxw135This potty seat is perfect. Very easy to clean, kid did not refuse to sit on it unlike the other more expensive one we own.5
Perfect PottySuzseaqEasy to use. Easy clean up.5
Perfect pottyJojojijoI bought this for my son a couple weeks ago. He’s not ready for potty training but he loves to sit on it all the time. Must be comfy!5
Perfect PottyMcKlrbI like how simple this potty is, no unnecessary bells and whistles, and the price is right!5
Love this PottyKatrina PatrickI love this potty. With my first son I tried almost every potty out there and everything was big bulky and too hard and or time consuming to clean. This is perfect in size, great shape for boys so they don't make any messes and so easy to clean. I use it in the trailer, home and in the car. Love it!5
Great potty!TiredMommyBought this for my 2 year old and she uses it on a regular basis. Easy to clean and dump out (she does it herself!)5
LOCKIG Children's potty, white/green

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Function solution

Time to take the step from diapers to using a potty?

It's a big step for your child and they may need some extra support. A good way to start is to place the potty in the bathroom to stimulate your child's curiosity. Then let your child try sitting without a diaper a few times. Remember to not rush, just adopt the pace of the child and encourage, praise and make potty training something that your child thinks is fun. Good luck!