The First Years Hero in Training 2-Stage Potty System

Walmart # 553466842

The First Years Hero in Training 2-Stage Potty System

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  • Removable trainer seat fits on family toilet
  • Soft, easy to clean cushion with high pee shield for less mess
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    About This Item

  • Removable trainer seat fits on family toilet
  • Soft, easy to clean cushion with high pee shield for less mess
  • Customer Reviews
    3.9 out of 5 Stars
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    Not What You Would Think

    This First Years Hero in Training 2 Stage Potty System is not at all what I expected. The baby seems to like the colors and design. He is a little young but wanted him to get used to it before actual time comes. To me this potty chair spells disaster. It does have a non-skid bottom but it is very light weight. The handles on the side as it says aren't really handles. The are more like an arm rest as they are filled in. The foam yellow seat cover is horrible! I thought it would be soft foam like an adult soft seat toilet. NO! This is a flimsy piece that sits on top of seat. I can just picture it now. That cover is so cheap...It might be slightly molded but in no way will deter messes. I think it will add more mess because it is so light. A soft breeze would blow it away. The seat and potty bowl are so thin and made so cheap. I believe Gladware storage containers are better! i just think a potty chair should be a little heavy and much better features. I know now what I will be looking for. Maybe this would be good for travel?
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    inviting to children

    The fire struck appeal is very inviting to my grand daughter. Fire trucks are very interesting to children and this is helping to get her interested in potty training. This training system has features that are very appealing to me. It has a cushion/foam ring to make it alittle bit more comfortable when they sit there for awhile, it doesn't hurt their legs, plus this cushion/foam is easy to clean. After she is finished it is easy to lift the pot out to empty and clean it. She seems to really enjoy holding on to the handles while she is using the potty. When it comes time to use this, she is more than anxious to go sit down and use it. When it comes time, I will be able to detach the seat to us it on family toilet and I think that is going to keep her interested in still learning. All in all this has been a great training potty to get and keep her interested in learning to use the potty. And I think it will keep her interested when it's time to put the seat on the family toilet.

    Sturdy and cute but issues for little boys!

    I ordered the First Years Hero in Training potty chair for my grandson. I thought it was really a cute idea and had great bright and bold colors. It is a really nice height for the little ones to fit on. It has a nice back rest that was sturdy and will help them not to fall backwards when they try to sit on it. I only gave the chair 3 stars because I felt it was lacking in the 'shield' area. There is a yellow foam piece that sits on top of it that has a small molded area to keep little boys from spraying the room when they use it. This foam is very delicate and i can see it easily being torn if your child gets a hold of it. I think it is too fragile. On the positive side I found that the removable seat top will fit on my oval toilet seat for when he is bigger and we are training him to use a real toilet. I was concerned because it is round but my toilet seat is not. It fit well and was not unstable. The chair was easy to assemble when I got it and it breaks down into 5 pieces. When I tried to take it apart for a photo of all the pieces I wasn't able to get the backrest off so I was actually pretty happy with that since it meant my grandson wouldn't be able to do it either. I think the back rest is pretty important while they are still learning to balance themselves. All in all if I was searching the shelves for a potty chair I would verify that there was a harder plastic/rubber shield in place. This is really cute but it needs a stronger shield.
    potty chair put togetherseparate pieces except I couldn't remove the back rest

    Good Starter Potty for the Little Ones

    The First Years Hero In Training 2 Stage Potty System is a good starter for the little ones. The design is a cute firefighter/truck for his or even hers imagination. The yellow seat is made of foam and it is soft; underneath is a hard grey which has handles and this can be placed on the adult toilet when your child is able to use the regular potty. Under the hard grey seat is the actual pot its self. The wheels do not move, and have non skid pads on the bottom. Inside the box are a direction leaflet for cleaning and how to assemble the back of the seat. Also if you want to remove the back once it is in place good luck; I was unable to remove it, so its great that the back remains in place once you attach it, but not so great if you wanted to remove it for storage or whatnot. There are a few warnings: one is do not leave the child unattended, also do not use the removable seat on a toilet seat that has a soft cushioned seat, the product is not a toy, and it holds up to 50 lbs. The product is made in the USA. I got this for my great nephew and I think he will like it very much!

    Not Practical for Boys

    This is a really cute potty. Even though it is shaped liked a firefighter’s helmet, it is not practical for boys. My main problem with this potty is the foam seat. It is horrible. This seat is a very thin piece of foam, it is very flimsy and not sturdy enough to with stand the “stream” of a little boy. I have potty trained 2 boys and this seat wouldn’t have with stood a few days of training. This foam piece is the main cup piece for boys. A few times getting this wet with pee and your bathroom will smell like pee forever. This piece cannot be cleaned. Immediately after opening the box my kids took off the foam piece and ravaged it, the baby even started chewing on it and would have chewed off chunks if given a longer chance at it. This portion of the potty is a fail. Now for the rest of the potty as long as you use it for girls, it could be a decent potty. You do have to take it completely apart to clean after each use. The detachable seat is ok, not great, but ok. The helmet emblem on the back of the seat protrudes a bit and if your child is sitting there for a long period of time, leaning back on this seat rest could be very uncomfortable. This seat needs major improvements.

    Fire truck potty

    Selected this fire truck to review because my grandson was having issues with not wanting to potty train and figured he would be more interested in this potty since he is a fire truck fanatic. I was right! He loves this potty chair and wants to sit on it all day and night and tries to scoot it across the floor like its a truck to ride on, but at least he is using it. Its a very sturdy potty and has no slip bottom. Yellow shield works good for boys, no leaks. The top comes off to use on the adult toilet. We have an elongated bowl and it works fine on ours. This is a great potty chair for the price and I would recommend it to anyone. This would also be a great affordable option to have a second potty to keep at grandparents home or the vacation home. The only down side to this is potty, is in my personal opinion, I wish it had a lid to close when not in use, but other than that its perfect.

    2 stage potty chair

    I first want to say that again this product is made very well and durable. Definitely built to last. I love the motivating look of it. Looking like a fire truck is definitely motivating for small children. That alone will make them want to sit on it. It has a two stage system which I love, like a transition to an adult toilet. It starts as a foam ring that you sit on when it is in the fire truck. It has handles for safety and helping your child hold steady upon rising or sitting. It has a skid proof bottom which keep it from moving around even if your child is moving around while sitting on it. Once they master the first stage it has a removable trainer seat that fits right on the family toilet. It has a high pee shield to prevent mess and an easy lift out pot for emptying and cleaning. Overall it is motivating, safe and convenient and I love the two stage system that helps a child transition to an adult toilet.

    First Years Hero in Training 2-Stage Potty System

    First Years Hero in Training 2-Stage Potty System is an economical way to take your little one from the beginning stages of potty training all the way to the adult toilet with one system. The First Years Hero system is a 2 stage system just as the name reads. First stage is the complete set. Small so that the little one can easily sit or stand while learning potty skills. The helmet shield is perfect as a “splash back drop” keeping urine off the walls. An added feature is that the yellow potty cover can be easily lifted to teach boys habits they will need as the grown up. The yellow soft foam ring is made of some kind of spongy polystyrene stuff and is rather thin. Got to really appreciate the Lift-out pot for easy emptying and cleaning. Non-skid feet are a plus to keep the child safe. The second feature of the First Years Hero in Training 2-Stage Potty System is that is grows with the child’s toilet development. The potty with a soft foam ring then transitions to a detachable seat that you can place on your family toilet. A fun fire truck design suitable for any child. The entire unit is very light to carry. Small and compact as well. For the price this is must have.
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    Very Cute

    This is one cute and functional little potty. My grandbaby immediately took to it because it is so colorful and vibrant. The coolest part is that my grandbaby is getting older and the yellow part of the pot can actually come off and you can use it on the toilet in your home. It fits right over it! My daughter took it home after about a week. I had a lot of success with it and my daughter says she has not had any problems whatsoever. I definitely think this is a good product although when you see the fire engine you automatically think of a little boy. I beg to differ. Girls can be firefighters also! It is so cute. Your child will love it.

    A Neat Little Pottie

    Well to tell the truth, my grandsons couldn't wait for me to open the box. They though they had another firetruck to ride on not to go in. I guess that will be explained to him when he gets a little older. He started right off putting his cookies in it and I don't think he really understood when I told him that he was suppose to eat the cookies befor they went into the pot. My daughter in law really likes the way it comes apart and fits on the regular cammode without any trouble. She also says it should be easy to clean if she can just get him to use it. There was really no assembly to it. All you have to do is snap in the backrest and there you go. Yep this is really a neat little pottie. The hard part is teaching my grandson that it is not just another toy.
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