Babybjorn Toilet Trainer White/Turquoise
Adjusts to fit your toilet seat
Mastering something new can take a while. The BABYBJÖRN Toilet Trainer makes learning to go to the bathroom a little easier for your child. Soft lines make the toilet trainer a comfortable place to sit and ensure that your child is correctly seated. No sharp edges against baby’s skin. It’s easy to adjust the toilet seat to fit your toilet the first time you use it. After that, your child can simply put it on and remove it on his or her own. The BABYBJÖRN Toilet Trainer is easy to clean and the inward sloping splashguard prevents spills outside the toilet . A practical handle makes the toilet trainer easy for your child to put away when not in use.
The BABYBJÃ–RN Toilet Trainer is easy to clean and the inward sloping splashguard prevents spills outside the toilet . A practical handle makes the toilet trainer easy for your child to put away when not in use.
Comfortable and secure seating
Ergonomic design allows your child to sit comfortably and correctly.
Easy for your child
When your time to go, your child can easily put on and remove the toilet trainer on his or her own.
The BABYBJÃ–RN Toilet Trainer is easy to adjust and fits firmly onto most toilet seats.
Safe and secure for your child to sit on from age 2.
The material used in the BABYBJÃ–RN Toilet Trainer is polypropylene (PP).
This product is PVC-free and contains no bisphenol A (BPA), phthalates, cadmium, lead, bromine or chlorine. Moreover, the plastic is recyclable.Â
The toilet trainer can be adjusted to fit any toilet. When adjusted, it remains firmly on the toilet seat. A rubber strip keeps the toilet trainer from sliding around.
Weight: 14 oz/400 g
Measurements: 12 x 3.5 x 14.5 in /29 x 9 x 36 cm
The toilet trainer is easy to clean. Wipe with a damp cloth or rinse under running water. The screw mechanism is simple to take apart when cleaning. Hang the toilet trainer by the handle when itâ€™s not in use.Â
Keep the following in mind:
Help your child climb on and off the toilet trainer until it is safe for the child to do it on his or her own.