Mommy's Helper - Cushie Step Up Potty Seat

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Mommy's Helper - Cushie Step Up Potty Seat
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Cushie Step-Up  Padded Potty Seat with Step Stool

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The Mommy's Helper Cushie Step-Up Potty Seat makes potty training easy. It features a comfortably padded seat and a built-in non-slip step stool. This ergonomically designed product has molded handles that offer additional grip. Non-slip floor pads ensure security. This kids' potty training seat can be easily folded for convenient storage when not used, which makes transporting it to other houses easy to do as well. Designed for maximum compatibility, this seat will work with most standard sized toilets. This padded potty seat will also fit more elongated models. Assembly is simple. If you want a product that helps ease the potty training process, this stable seat is a good option.

About this item

The Mommy's Helper Cushie Step-Up Potty Seat makes potty training easy. It features a comfortably padded seat and a built-in non-slip step stool. This ergonomically designed product has molded handles that offer additional grip. Non-slip floor pads ensure security. This kids' potty training seat can be easily folded for convenient storage when not used, which makes transporting it to other houses easy to do as well. Designed for maximum compatibility, this seat will work with most standard sized toilets. This padded potty seat will also fit more elongated models. Assembly is simple. If you want a product that helps ease the potty training process, this stable seat is a good option.

Mommy's Helper Cushie Step-Up Seat:

  • Specially molded non-slip handles for comfort
  • This kids' potty training seat is ergonomically contoured with built-in deflector
  • Easy assembly; no tools needed
  • Folds up for easy storage
  • This padded potty seat fits standard and most elongated toilet seats
  • Extra wide non-slip floor pads for security

Specifications

Age Start: 1 Year
Age End: 5 Years
Multi Pack Indicator: No
Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
Model No.: 11148
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 7.28
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 26.0 x 13.0 x 2.25
Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
Origin of Components: Imported
Walmart No.: 552950516
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Awesome Value - Highly recommend!
7/5/2009

Customer review by jdavisjld

5.0 stars 7/5/2009 by jdavisjld
by jdavisjld

Having attempted several times over the course of this past year to train my now 3.5 y/o daughter, it wasn't until I brought this home that we were successful! I think that, besides this being well worth every penny and super easy to set up, this helped her feel like a big girl climbing up on the potty. As well, that she felt secure on the seat as even with all her moving around the seat doesn't slide around. This is the ONLY seat we tried that wasn't a standalone potty seat that worked for this purpose. All the others we tried moved around on top of the toilet seat which mildly freaked her out and gave her pause. I certainly wish I hadn't wasted my money on the other, substandard contraptions! The only suggestion I could make is if the mfr could somehow add a side tray for books and toilet paper roll holder, that would be awesome! Otherwise, I am in love with this device and will happily recommend it to others without hesitation!

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jdavisjld
SF Bay Area
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Usage:Every day
My son and I are loving this seat
2/3/2009

Customer review by burton88

4.0 stars 2/3/2009 by burton88
by burton88

I bought this for my son. Hes not even two and pretty much potty trained on a potty seat. I bought this one because he wants to use the big toilet but he is scared of falling in. This seat gives him so much confidence. He goes in, sets it up himself, uses it, flushes, and puts it away. I love how independent it has made him. He even gets mad if I try to help him. Hes growing up so fast!

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burton88
Carson City, NV
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:18 - 24
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
Very helpful for potty training
4/19/2010

Customer review by TwinMommyinND

5.0 stars 4/19/2010 by TwinMommyinND
by TwinMommyinND

This seat was an important part of training, because they can go to the bathroom with a solid set-up and they don't have to ask for help. We have a new house and it fits just fine on any seat. My parents have a higher toilet, but they just put towels under it and it works just fine - they are buying one too. This is easy to clean, it also folds up pretty compact. The girls carry it when we pack up to go, and they can go up and down the stairs with it in their hands. It is lighweight, yet very sturdy. I am very impressed and would definitely recommend this, it was worth the money.

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TwinMommyinND
Fargo, ND
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:3 - 4 months
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
FANTASTIC!!
6/12/2009

Customer review by rachecoolgirl

5.0 stars 6/12/2009 by rachecoolgirl
by rachecoolgirl

I love this seat! Its durable, my 2.5 year old can get on and off alone and she can go even when i'm in the other room! Love love love it! May get more for the babysitters house and my other bathroom!

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rachecoolgirl
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
***THIS PRODUCT ANSWERED MY PRAYERS***
5/29/2012

Customer review by jennaandboys

5.0 stars 5/29/2012 by jennaandboys
by jennaandboys

Our 3.5 year old son REFUSED to potty train - not even close. He was still stuck in the 2yr old class at daycare because they wouldn't move him up until he went one week without an accident... and he couldn't go one day! We tried candy/stickers/books, we bought the expensive little potty seat that lights up and sings to him with the flusher and "toilet paper" sections, we tried just letting him leak on himself to try to let him feel how bad it is, read all the books, talked to all the right people, and yes, I even offered the teachers at his school 500 if anyone could potty train him in one week (1000 if they could do it in a day!) and no one could do it.... we're the parents of FOUR other boys, we've done this before, why was HE being so difficult??? We were desperate! Then I decided to try this Step Up Potty Seat. I figured "what could it hurt, I've tried everything else". I brought the box home and had him help me put it together. We went upstairs and put it on the potty. I turned to close the door and turned back and he was already climbing on the toilet to go #1!!! He ended up going #2 in the toilet that same night!!! LITERALLY one week later my child was sleeping through the night completely potty trained! He is being moved up to the 3yr old class at school, he is wearing big boy pants all the time now (day and night), even goes at restaurants/stores. He doesn't even need/use the Step Up Potty Seat anymore, just hops on the toilet by himself and goes. I think he just needed something to make him feel safe to get used to the idea of a toilet for that transition period. I would have paid 10 times what I did for this if I would have known it would have worked so well and so quickly! Who knew this was what he needed? All in all, this product has been a life-saver, and I CANNOT STRESS ENOUGH how this has impacted our lives! No more diapers, no more pull-ups, no more crying/begging/pleading/yelling just to try to get this kid to WALK into a bathroom..... he says "Mommy, I have to go" and we go! I wish there was a way to put more stars on my Overall Rating review....

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jennaandboys
Virginia Beach, VA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Female
Usage:Every day
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by tangerine227 4/27/2010
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  • A. It is pretty sturdy. I hold my sons hand when he turns around because it can wobble. But he puts it on and off the potty himself and he is only 2yrs old.
    by Pottytrainingmommy5/13/2011
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  • A. Super easy to set up - my just-turned-3-year old could do it pretty easily. It just flips up & back down. She/he may need help the first few times getting it in place just right, though! (so it's sitting flat) It's fairly sturdy, but the piece that attaches the hinge to the bottom of the seat is plastic - our first one cracked & broke off on one side after quite a bit of use (well, maybe a total of 6-9 mos of use).
    by SmartyPantsMom4/8/2011
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  • A. It's relatively sturdy and very easy to assemble.
    by MamaRB3/31/2011
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  • A. It is very simple to install, set up on and remove from the toilet. It took my husband no more than 10 min. to put it together. Unlike permanent fixtures, it is not as sturdy as I would like it to be. However, it will support your child until they are tall enough to sit on the toilet without assistance. I would not recommend using the step to support an adult's weight.
    by EternalMotherOnTheGo3/3/2011
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  • A. It's sturdy and it's REALLY easy to set up!
    by Jorgyof41/31/2011
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  • A. I think its sturdy and it is easy to set up. this is kept right near my toilet set and my grandson even puts this on the toilet seat.
    by grandmaweaver11/28/2010
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  • A. Yes, sturdy and easy to set up. If you have an elongated toilet seat, it probably won't fit properly, but you can push it to the back of the toilet seat and it should be fine.
    by Chinn1238/5/2010
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  • A. Sturdy, easily slips onto the toilet with one hand, even while carrying a fussing toddler with the other arm. It has rubber bottoms on the step to keep it from sliding, and 4 little hooks to keep the seat in the toiletseat.
    by thriftimom7/20/2010
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  • A. Fairly sturdy, but I would hold the bottom of one leg until the child gets the hang of getting on and off, which happened pretty quickly for my 19 month old granddaughter. Totally easy to set up, it took me less than 10 minutes and I was on the phone while I was assembling it.
    by FitGoingOn506/29/2010
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  • A. It is sturdy and easy to set up.
    by Ignat6/12/2010
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by Mason1smommy 1/25/2011
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  • A. No the step ladder has to be attached to the seat in order for it to be of any use.
    by Momtobeoftwins722/2/2012
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  • A. It comes in pieces but the ladder has to attach directly to the seat for it to be held in place. If you didn't attach the ladder part then it would have no way to stay up.
    by ash19821/24/2012
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  • A. It wouldnt work without the seat. The ladder is propped into place by the seat resting firmly on top of the ADULT toilet seat.
    by Ruvol0712/23/2011
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  • A. The step ladder is supported at the top by the seat itself, so the ladder wouldn't stay up if it weren't attached to the seat. The seat could probably work without the step ladder, but the ladder definitely wouldn't work without the seat.
    by JustANormalMom9/22/2011
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  • A. The step tool is attached to the seat. There is no way that the stool can stand alone since it has nothing to lean on with out the seat. If you want a step stool, I think you can find one with out the seat. Just search for step stools. This product is not going to do it.
    by motherofonecutie9/12/2011
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  • A. It's actually just 1 unit.
    by Kate4279/3/2011
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  • A. sold together. everything snaps into place securely and safely. worth the price.
    by prino7/2/2011
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  • A. No, can't be separated - The seat is connected to the ladder on a hinge. The ladder would have nothing to hold to.
    by SmartyPantsMom4/8/2011
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  • A. They attach together, so I would say you can only get them together.
    by GermanChick3/26/2011
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  • A. No, they are hinged together otherwise the step ladder won't even stand by itself. One more thing, this is only for girls since there is to splash guard in the front.
    by moneywatcher3/18/2011
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by ferfur 1/27/2012
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  • A. Yes, it has a decent sized 'lip' in the front
    by CoGran1/3/2013
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  • A. Definitely not. He would have to push his private down in order to use this potty.
    by HappyMom4127/18/2012
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  • A. Yes... and yes. I suggest having him lean forward to make "it" aim down more if that's an issue. It's not really that tall of a splash guard, but considering this was the ONLY thing that worked for my son, it was worth it to just have him hold "it" down.
    by jennaandboys5/29/2012
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  • A. Great seat because he can climb up himself and is quick (no moving a step stool). However, there is very little to no blockage in front. We are still using this seat, just make sure he is sitting in a good position.
    by TMac364/17/2012
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  • A. It would be better if the front had a high guard like potty chairs.
    by Flipthehouse3/17/2012
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  • A. I'm training a boy right now with it and he doesn't have any problems. But the front isn't raised much so if your little man tends to go in an arch, I wouldn't recommend it.
    by Starfruit3/9/2012
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  • A. I believe when my son sits down to go #1, he has to hold "it" down.
    by carrie3173/7/2012
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  • A. Yes, I would recommend it for a boy.
    by msjadj112/17/2012
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  • A. I want to say NO..I havent gotten that far, but maybe when I train my grandson 'holding it down' will be part of the training...
    by popelikr2/7/2012
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  • A. If your boy has good aim standing up. The hole is narrow. Sitting down would probably be ok. I potty trained my son standing up though.
    by DisneyDreamer1232/7/2012
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