You’ve heard of fluff addicts, but toilet addicts? I guess I am one….or at least according to my family. I have 3 potty training toilets (the BecoThings BecoPotty, the Fisher Price step stool toilet, and the Fisher Price Frog toilet). I just kept trying different things. The one my daughter settled on? The BecoPotty.
The front goes up in the middle to prevent from wee wee sprays. If you have a boy, you know EXACTLY what I am talking about (and sadly when I used one without, I ended up having to Clorox the iPad that he used while going potty!).
It’s actually made out of bamboo waste and rice husks, so it is biodegradable.
This is much smaller than my other two toilets. The downside is that my son can easily get up from it (which can be a plus for some of your, or a con, depends on where your baby is at).
I did find that the toilet seemed a little uncomfortable, just because the rim is thinner than most others. But my daughter doesn’t seem to mind, she chooses this toilet all the time. My son didn’t really care to sit in it as much as he did the other two toilets and he had a harder time keeping his balance on it.
One thing I like is that it is so small that I can easily take it with me. Yes, I went to the park this weekend and had a toilet in my car.
I used this with my two kids, one is 15 months old and the other is 2 1/2
Ratings on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being low, 5 being high
Worth the Price 5
Would Recommend to a Friend 5
Pros: small size lets you use it on smaller babies, biodegradable, guard in the front, easy to transport
Cons: small size may make it a little too easy for baby to get up from, narrow rim may be uncomfortable
Where to Buy: You can see who carries this by going to the Cloth Diaper Retailer Database and enter “Beco” and see who carries the brand and compare things like shipping, location, etc.
Although Eco-Distribution/BecoThings USA provided this toilet for review, it did not affect the opinions in this post.