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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 smooth shape with soft curves and edges make the potty comfy to sit on, and it won’t slip around.

Article Number301.931.63

Product details

Anti-slip material on the underside; the potty won't slide so easily when your child is using it.

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

Easy to empty and clean.


Monika Mulder

Article Number301.931.63
  • Polypropylene plastic, Synthetic rubber

    Wipe clean with a mild soapy solution.

  • Recommended for ages from 24 months.
  • 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 already 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 is possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.


Length: 27 cm

Width: 24 cm

Height: 18 cm

    Children's pottyArticle no.301.931.63

    Width: 23 cm

    Height: 18 cm

    Length: 29 cm

    Weight: 0.27 kg

    Package(s): 1


BrightVerified BuyerGood value5
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Excellent value for needs ofVerified BuyerExcellent value for needs of my great grandchild who will be potty training5
Potty for grandsonTiff2Grandson loves it watches tv on it so must be comfortable5
Great Product.Ma BaThis item is compact, portable and a great price. My daughter has one for upstairs, downstairs, at her little girls nursery and she carries one with her in any outings. I bought one for my home too, as it’s ideal for the potty training phase.5
Perfect pottyJ M 2Robust sturdy and good value.5
ShikhaGood size and good quality product5
SimpleOliiiAs long as you dont let your baby play with it as a toy - it does the job.5
Perfect size for Nana"s bathroom.SallyanneSturdy and safe. Stable on the floor and easily cleaned for hygiene purposes.5
lovey pottyhannah04My little one has had no problems with this potty, no spills and has not had a negative reaction to using it5
A perfect pottyJane WMy grandson loves this potty! Bright colour, easy to clean.5
LILLA Children's potty, green

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Function solution

Time to take the step from nappies 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 nappy 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!