TOSSIG Toilet seat, white/green

$7.99

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This seat makes toilet training easier for your child. Shaped for little bottoms, with soft curves and edges, it’s easy to remove and clean. Hang it on the wall or place in on its side when not in use.

Article Number102.727.88

Product details

The toilet seat makes potty training easier for your child, with soft curves and edges that are comfortable for little bottoms.

The anti-slip material on the underside keeps the seat in place.

Can be conveniently hung on the wall or stood on its side when not in use.

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

Designer

IKEA of Sweden

Article Number102.727.88
  • Designed to easily fit over a toilet seat.

  • Polypropylene, Synthetic rubber

    Wipe clean regulary with a detergent for plastic.

  • 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

Width: 11 ¾ " (30 cm)

Depth: 14 ½ " (37 cm)

  • TOSSIGArticle Number102.727.88

    Width: 12 ¼ " (31 cm)

    Height: 5 ½ " (14 cm)

    Length: 15 ¼ " (39 cm)

    Weight: 10 oz (0.28 kg)

    Package(s): 1

Ratings and reviews

4.8(64)
Bigger size for bigger kidsCHRISTINAThis toilet seat is bigger than those cartoons ones that you can get from another stores. Good for my bigger size toddler.5
Easy and portableAMANDAThis product is a great solution for potty training, without a permanent change to the toilet and is easy to bring when visiting friends/family.5
Great!JenniferFits well and doesn’t slide best one on the market5
Have one in every bathroomEmeseSuper handy and super cheap!5
Very goodHanifFits perfectly. Easy to wash.5
Excellent value. Easy and fitsEVAExcellent value. Easy and fits most toilets. We bought 2. He only started to use the toilet once we put this seat on5
AwesomeRichardWorks perfect and secure, rubber bottom makes using the toilet feel more secure for my lil one.5
Tossig child"s toilet seatEVAGreat product! Functional, easy to clean! Terrific!5
Fit perfect , very easyJeamyFit perfect , very easy to use and lightweight5
Great potty for little ones!NicoleI ordered this for my son and now my daughter. I ordered more for all our bathrooms. So great item. The only bonus would be if it was foldable for travelling.4
Excellent ProductSylviaPerfect!! Does not slide around.5
Perfect for little onesKimberleyFor the price this can’t be beat. Easy to clean and easy use for little ones5
Potty ringChristineSadly my little isn’t too interested in the potty yet. This one was very inexpensive and it hangs nicely on a hook beside our toilet. I is not a perfect fit but is still sturdy enough with the way the edges flair out4
Best toilet seatPatenaude 1I run a child daycare and the one I had broke and hated my backup. After reading reviews for the Tossig toilet seat, decided to buy one. I am beyond amazed and happy with it. Easy to clean and carry.5
Nowhere for germs to hideCheeze cakeThis is designed very well, it’s great for cleaning as there are no nooks and crannies for germs to get in. Fits well on our toilet seat and stays put.5
Perfect potty seatJacSommI love how easy it is to clean this potty seat and the splash guard is prefect for boys.5
Tossig Toil SeatNannie BI bought this several weeks for use when my grandchildren are at my house. It works well - very secure no fear of sliding or slipping off the seat.5
DebF100Perfect for helping to toilet train our granddaughter5
Does the jobLesley DobsonMy 3 year old grandson has no problem using this seat by himself and I'm happy to report it does not slip.4
Dobbie GirlzI was told by a sales person it fits all standard toilets. It only fit if I put it backwards. Really too bad because it was a great price point when needing more than one.2

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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!