Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 9
Rated 4 out of 5 by dshine5 sturdy potty seat once I trimmed it to fit
I read the reviews that it doesn't always fit, but for the ones that it worked for they liked this seat. I knew we needed an elongated seat, so I took a chance on this because the price was good. I'm not sure if our toilet seat is odd, but it wouldn't slide all the way back. I took our tin snips and trimmed the edges of the plastic and now it slides back perfect!
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1momsami Works!
I like the product! Not just because it was inexpensive but it works well. Although, I realized it late that it's meant specifically for elongated toilets, it still works on standard toilets. The only thing is that you might not be able to flip the potty seat up for adult use. So make sure you have an elongated (or long oval-shaped) toilet bowels and seats before you buy that way it will work exactly as the product states.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Riss82 This doesnt fit a standard toilet seat :(
I really wanted to like this product. I read another review online that said they didn't fit right to their toilets but I purchased it hoping they had an irregular seat. Nope. The hardware attachment slots which are supposed to line up to the screws holding the toilet seat were fine, but the hinges that hold the flap were too narrow for them to sit outside of the hinges on the regular toilet seat, so it could not be used while actually installed. My husband wanted us to try having our son use it just placed over the regular seat, but it wasn't stable at all and slid around with any pressure, so I'm pretty sure a toddler wouldn't feel comfortable using it. It wasn't something that anyone could fix by notching the bottom piece, either, unfortunately.
The product itself seemed great as far as the quality and such. The plastic was substantial enough that, had we been able to attach it, I think my son would've had a sturdy seat that wouldn't wiggle around or buckle inward, but that isn't really much help, when it can't be secured to the toilet. we just had to take it back.
Rated 3 out of 5 by awinzler Pay attention to lid/seat type
Look closely at the hinge type on the package of the product. It only easily fits on lids with that exact hinge type. With my toilet seat and lid, I had to remove them from the toilet completely, pull out the hinge pins and remove the lid, then reinstall the seat and hinge. The training seat would not fit around the existing lid attachment. When it was all said and done, it fits on and works just fine, but the toilet lid will not go on at the same time as this seat and it took some work getting the lid removed.
Rated 1 out of 5 by katrins Didn't fit
Like so many others have written, this product did not fit any toilet it my home. I had kind of expected that, but thought I'd give it a shot anyway.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Mommaoftwingles Good for a potty seat but not for the "Flip"
The "Flip" part of the "Flip 'n Flush" is not easy at all. The kids could not do it by themselves. My mother could not do it when she was there. We either had to leave it down all the time or I had to go in there and lift it up everytime an adult needed to use the restroom. After 3 days, we took it off. Great idea for a product, just needs a little more work.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Kabal4 Didnt fit, on two completely different toilets
The most common negative review I saw of this was complaints about it not fitting.
I took a chance and guess what? It didn't fit around the hinges of the toilet seat..
We took it to the grandparents house to see if they could use it and they had the same problem.
I also tested and there is no way the lid would come close to closing with this on.
If you are interested in something like this spend a few extra bucks and buy a whole seat with the toddler part built in. We bought one and are very pleased with it.
Rated 2 out of 5 by C2CMom Nice idea but doesn't stay up when not in use.
I had something like this with my older children. It was an older design that worked perfectly. I was hoping this would do the same but I was dissapointed. The problem is it doesn't stay up when not in use, so when someone else uses the toilet this seat keeps falling onto their back.
If my little one was the only one who had to use the toilet it would be OK, but it just doesn't work for us.
Rated 3 out of 5 by LadySP Didn't work for me...
the back part of my toliet seat is to large to fit, but we made the toddler seat work by just not attaching the toddler seat to the bottom. We use it as a removable potty training seat. It was cheaper to keep it, it still serves it's purpose!