Nine Best Potty Training Toilet Seats ( Choose What Your Special Child Will Love to Use )

Do you feel your special child is ready to ditch his diapers? Does he feel uneasy or irritable on his diapers all day long? Then maybe he is ready to do toilet training and you are likewise excited to buy and choose from the best potty training toilet seats out in the market today.

This is really important because most special education programs require special kids to be toilet-trained partially or fully before they can be accepted to the school.

Aside from observing if your special child is ready for the training, like if he can follow simple instructions,  can sit comfortably in the toilet bowl, is dry the whole night or at least 2 hours at daytime, etc., choosing the best potty training toilet seat for your child could make a big difference.

If he likes what you buy for him, he will be interested at all times to sit on it and will be potty trained in no time.

I have looked at the nine best potty training toilet seats in the market today thinking of their usability, durability, comfort, pleasure and interest for your child when using it.

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1. Potty toilet trainer set with step stool ladder

Potty toilet trainer set with step stool ladder

  • Click the image or here to see the price.
  • Product dimension: 26 x 14.8 x 3.8 inches
  • It measures 6.5″ or 8.8″ from floor to step ladder.
  • It measures 16.1″ from floor to seat.
  • The package includes: 1 footrest, 1 pad, 2 handlebars, 6 plastic screws, 1 screwdriver
  • Comes in various colors: green, blue, red,pink
  • Suitable for boys and girls with pee catching design to sustain their interest in toilet training.

Pros:

  • It can be easily assembled ( even kids can help their parents ) to fit in a toilet ranging from 14″ to 16.1″ from floor to toilet bowl seat.
  • The sturdy design lets your child walk up and down and sit safely in the toilet.
  • Very easy to remove and fold so the adults can use the toilet after your child is done.
  • It comes with a padding on the toilet seat to make your child comfy when he seats.
  • Best for 1-7 year olds, with the footrest being adjustable as your special child grows up.
  • The very wide step and handles make it safe for the kids.
  • Can also be used as a stepladder when kids brush their teeth.
  • The stairs make it interesting for the kids.

Cons:

  • Does not fit high toilets over 61.1″ high.
  • The splash guard is not tall enough for little boys.
  • The seat is wide for small kids, so they have to sit closer to the front for them to feel safe, but makes their pee not fall properly to the toilet, rather ends up under the foam cushion or drip down his leg unto the floor.
  • It is not that stable when folded and propped against a wall-needs a clip to keep it closed.

2. EasyGoProducts Potty toddler toilet trainer

EasyGoProducts Potty toddler toilet trainer

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    •  Product dimension: 14 x 13 x 6.8 inches
    • It fits most standard or elongated toilet seats
  • It can be adjusted to the size of your toilet seat.
  • Comes with anti-splash at the base which makes it hygienic

Pros:

  • It is easy to clean up with a removable backrest
  • it is easy to install and to remove when an adult needs the toilet.
  • Easy to bring to travels because it comes with a handle.
  • It comes with adjustable handles and 4 non-slip strips at the bottom to secure your child in place and prevent falling.
  • With a soft cushion seat to make your child enjoy sitting  comfortably.
  • The cushion is removable for easy cleaning.
  • There is a storage hangar that can be used on the side of the tank.
  • It is light and doesn’t wobble.

Cons:

  • It cannot fit in some toilet seats.`
  • It has a large gap on the sides of the front shield which allows urine to pass through to the seat and floor
  • The lock is only useful for oval toilet seats.
  • It is quite bulky to carry around.

3. Fisher-Price Ducky fun 3- in- 1 potty

Fisher price ducky fun 3-in-1 potty

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  • Product dimension: 45.7 x 34.3 x 33.5 cm
  • It could be used 3 ways: as a potty chair, a step stool or a trainer ring.
  • Can be fitted in most adult toilet seats. ( but cannot fit padded toilet seats )
  • Splashguard can be removed for the boys.
  • Can carry kids up to 100 lbs ( 45.4 kgs ) to be used as a sturdy stool.

Pros:

  • The friendly ducky character is inviting for small kids.
  • With 4 tunes and fun ducky sounds that encourages your child to sit down comfortably and enjoy the music.( thus requires 3 AA batteries ).
  • It is easy to bring for travel.
  • The feet of the potty can be removed by taking off the screws if space in the car is limited and they can be easily put back when needed for stability.
  • With handles that make the kids feel secure.
  • The removable bowl makes cleaning easy.
  • By removing the potty ring to fit in the adult toilet makes transition easy for bigger kids.

Cons:

  • The sound goes off randomly especially when it’s older.
  • The songs play at times even when not in use which can become annoying especially at night.

4. Summer infant my size potty

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  • Product dimension: 15 x 11 x 15 inches
  • Seating area: 9.5 x 11.25 inches; Interior seat opening: 4.5 x 6.25 inches
  • Requires 2 lithium metal batteries ( included ) with a battery life of 6 hours.
  • For kids 18 months up to 50 pounds.
  • Comes in white and pink colors.
  • With a removable clip on splash guard for boys.

Pros:

  • It helps the kids to transition easily because of the ” adult ” look.
  • With a flip up lid design, to let boys easily pee while standing up.
  • The removable bowl makes it easy to clean.
  • With a built in wipe dispenser that keeps flushable wipes easy to reach and promotes hygiene.
  • Makes your child feel rewarded with the flush handle with realistic sounds.

Cons:

  • It is not portable.
  • The removable splash guard can fall off easily which makes peeing of boys a challenge.
  • The seat cannot be detached from the potty if you plan to use it as toilet seat insert.
  • It slides easily across the floor.
  • Quite small for bigger kids
  • It takes a lot of space in a small bathroom.
  • Cannot be easily stored unless you disassemble it.
  • Too many cracks and crevasses to wipe down.
  • The back part does not stay on very well.

5. BabyBjorn Potty chair

 

 

BabyBjorn potty chairClick the image or here to see the price

  • Product dimension: 36 x 35 x 31.5 cm
  • Comes in various colors: gray, pink, blue, green, turquoise, white, purple
  • Simple, ergonomic design with high backrest and comfy armrest
  • BPA-free plastic

Pros:

  • With splash guard that prevents spills
  • Easy to lift out and clean inner potty.
  • With rubber strips on the bottom that make it stable.

Cons:

  • Difficult to store because of the big size and awkward shape.
  • Hard to bring to travels because of the big size.
  • The kids’ thighs and bum could get pinched by the plastic in between the potty and the chair
  • A little pricey.

6. Cute frog potty training urinal for boysCute Frog potty training urinal for boys

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  • Product dimension: 29.4 x 20.8 x 15 cm
  • For 8 months to 6 year old boys
  • With strong sucker that will allow adjustment of height according to size of your child
  • Interesting frog shape and rotating windmill will let your little boy enjoy doing his thing
  • Comes in different colors: blue, green ( also with stand up design), coffee

Pros:

  • Easy to clean design -with urine groove separation and smooth surface
  • Can be put up on the wall easily
  • Large capacity so urine will not overflow
  • Teaches boys to pee standing up- makes them feel like an adult male

Cons:

  • Sometimes the suckers don’t stay up- needs to be screwed on, thus not suitable for tiled walls
  • Not very big

7.Baby potty and chair by LuvdBaby

Potty chair, Baby Potty, Children's potty by LuvdBaby

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  • Product dimension: 32.6 x 32.2 x 25 cm
  • With bright fresh, funky design and in bright vibrant colours for another level of experience
  • Light weight, very durable and easy to assemble.

Pros:

  • Suits well for tall kids
  • Has a high back for support making it comfortable for the baby to sit.
  • With 4 legs made stable with a non-slip rubber base.
  • A raised splash guard prevents accidental spills.
  • Provided with a lid and a removable potty to make cleaning easier.
  • 100% lifetime warranty

Cons

  • A little bit pricey compared to others
  • Cannot be used as a step-not so stable, can tip forward
  • Needs careful placement of the child in the seating position for safety and happy experience.
  • With a tendency to tip forward when child gets off which can cause spillage
  • Sometimes the legs come off

8.The First Years training wheels racer potty systemThe first years training wheels racer potty system

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  • Product dimension: 13 x 7 x 17 inches
  • With a fun race car theme, your special boy will be encouraged to sit in the potty
  • Kept in place by a non- skid bottom.
  • 2-in-1 potty system allowing the trainer seat to be removed to fit in most adult toilet seats

Pros:

  • Less mess with the high splash guard
  • Your child will feel more secure with the handles on the seat
  • The lift-out pot makes it easy to clean.
  • Because it has no lid, you are encouraged to clean it right away.
  • Just right for younger boys being low and small

Cons:

  • Some little boys would think it is a toy, so would push it around.
  • Pretty low and small for bigger boys
  • With the pot being black, it is hard to see the pee and the poop.
  • Not suitable for tall boys, too low that urine will splash everywhere.
  • The seat is not very comfortable and leaves marks on a kid’s buttocks.

9. Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn, Puppy Potty

Fisher Price Laugh & Learn with Puppy Potty

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  • Product dimension: 11.8 x 14.2 x 14 inches
  • Comes with Puppy’s potty time electronic storybook that child can read or hold while sitting in the potty- with 6 songs and 8 phrases and sounds
  • Light weight and easily movable.
  • Has integrated splash guard for boys
  • Babies feel secure with handles on the removable potty ring

Pros:

  • Sings instantly on using the potty, so it encourages a kid to stay put until done with business plus reading the book makes the kid
  • With 3 fun phrases, 3 short tunes and realistic flushing sound to reward successful attempts ( positive reinforcement )
  • With a concave splash guard with a little rim inside to contain his pee inside.
  • The book walks the kid through the potty process. Listening to the story distracts the kid as well and makes pooping relaxing and easier.
  • The book is plastic and can be soaped and washed.
  • The cute story in the book will make your child proud for getting potty trained like a big kid.
  • It is low and not scary for the little one to sit on
  • The seat can be moved to the regular toilet easily, thus can be used for traveling
  • Better choice for kids who are stubborn with potty training, with entertainment and rewards

Cons:

  • Not suitable for boys because when they pee they tend to spray over the edge
  • Small for a bigger kid
  • The sensor will stop working after a while and could also sound randomly.

Related post: How to potty train a child with special needs… when is the best time to start?

My top choices

There you go, I hope you have found something useful for your special kid, a potty toilet seat that will inspire him to go back again and again until he is fully trained.

Fisher Price Laugh & Learn with Puppy Potty
Fisher Price Laugh & Learn with Puppy Potty

 

 

If your child is still small, my personal choice would be the Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn, Puppy Potty because it is comfortable, easy to clean and with additional bonus, that includes the electronic book and the positive reinforcement that it brings through the fun phrases, songs and realistic flushing sound.

BabyBjorn potty chair for boys and girls
BabyBjorn potty chair for boys and girls

 

 

 

For bigger boys and girls, I choose the BabyBjorn potty chair because it is stable and comfortable. Also, it is easy to clean and comes in different colours. 

 

 

 

Depending on the capabilities and readiness of your special child, toilet training could be a struggle or a big challenge but with the help of the potty training toilet seat and your patience in training your kid, they will eventually hate their diapers and you will soon forget how hard training was.

Just try to be very patient and put some fun in letting your child be successful a lot of times.

Rewards definitely help!

Does your special child show readiness for potty training? Are you planning to buy a potty training toilet seat soon?

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22 thoughts on “Nine Best Potty Training Toilet Seats ( Choose What Your Special Child Will Love to Use )”

  1. Hi there!! 

    It’s really an amazing idea, I personally have 2 kids- 3 year old  and a 10 month old baby.

    I would absolutely like to get one for my baby when she gets 3 years old. I’d like to get all of them, but the one that impressed me is the frog one. It is so cute. I will definitely share this page with my friends. 

    Thank you.

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  2. Hi there and thanks for your informative article

    I really love your site and the fact that it is dedicated to your late sister. As a teacher, I really do want to emphasis the importance of children being toilet trained before they are sent to any school, but in particular a special school. There are so many demands placed on teachers and carers as it is, so ensuring that your child can adequately take themselves to the bathroom is of paramount importance. 

    The products you list here are all good but I particularly like those with steps. Many young children find the physical height of a toilet daunting so the step ladders go a long way to help with this 

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    • Hi Marketa,

      I definitely agree with you that teachers and assistants have lots of responsibilties so kids being toilet trained are a lot of less work for you.

      And yes, that potty with steps makes kids feel that they are big kids and more responsible aside from making them more confident to go to the toilet by themselves.

      Thanks for reading.

      Marita

      Reply
  3. This is a great information about ten best potty training toilet seats. I feel like been born again,starting all over again because of this information. I wish my parents  had this knowledge then so that they would provide for one of this in my childhood days. What was available then was seating on a small custard rubber or a canal in front of the house for those living in the village or better still, the bush. I will bookmark this page so that I can go through this article again

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  4. Hello Marita! 

    Your website is so easy to navigate! The frog urinal is my personal favorite as it seems to be able to be very functional. I wish I had one for my son when he was potty training! Thank you for all of the details on each type of seat. This information will be very useful for the parent I am recommending to this site.

    All the best!

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  5. Great Content and Information!

    What a concise and thorough article. I found the post very detailed and Informative. So so many useful tips and tricks all on one page!I bookmarked to look further. I am familiar with Babybjorn potty chair and I can attest to the fact that it is highly durable and not too expensive to purchase. Obviously its pros outweighs its cons which makes it much more recommendable. Thanks for this eye opener 

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  6. Pretty impressive choices you shared here. But this has made me wonder, what might be the effective if I don’t buy any of these? You know, we can imagine what will be the good effects or benefits of having these. Thinking of the opposite, if I don’t buy any of these, what might be the outcome?

    Another thing… At what age of the child we can notice he or she’s a special child? I asked this because, I am a single man and soon I am getting married. So, what if this happen to me or to my baby? How will I know if my child is a special child, and at what age I can notice he or she’s different from the rest?

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    • Hi Gomer,

      Congratulations on your upcoming marriage!

      When you have a baby, you will notice something different in him since you will see him everyday. Like if he will not look at you or respond to you when you talk to him, he might have hearing difficulty or he might have signs of autism. For some, they might have facial features that suggest they have Down syndrome, etc. 

      I’m sure you might have observed other babies or kids, especially moms or your wife-to- be, and you can compare how your child will develop, like at a certain age, they can crawl or sit down on their own, etc.

      There will be signs for sure at a certain age, so if you see these signs, even if they are subtle, go bring him to the doctor for proper assessment.

      For the potty training, some parents choose not to buy the training set. It’s perfectly fine as long as you observe that your kid is comfortable sitting on the adult toilet bowl. Your training might come later because of this.

      Thanks for reading.

      Marita

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  7. I’m really interested in several of your recommendations for a relative of mine. She’s been having some issues finding a seat that’s easy to clean and sturdy, so I’m glad I came across this post. The two I’m looking at are the Summer Infant My Size Potty and the BabyBjorn Potty Chair.

    They look simple enough to maintain, but also pretty solid from a construction standpoint. Which of the two would you suggest for a single mom that’s been struggling to get her little one trained?

    Cheers, and thanks again for the write-up!

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    • Hi Buck,

      It will depend on the size of the baby,  if he is on the small side, the Summer infant my size potty is okey. If the baby is on the bigger size, the  BabyBjorn potty chair would be the best choice.

      Glad that you found this post helpful to your relative.

      Thanks for reading.

      Marita

      Reply
  8. I already bought one for Hailey.Its nice to know there are more other choices so I had fun reading.I let her ate choose which potty trainer suits Hailey and we came accross one product you featured here and yes we had the same concern.I really like your choice with the books and sounds it could really encourage the child to do her thing? we are still waiting but she’s getting the hang of it.More patience is the key.
    I really enjoyed reading very helpful.

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    • Hi Emerald,

      I know Hailey understands simple instructions so you can start training her. I’m sure it will take a while before she is fully trained but she will eventually get there. And you are right, you need more patience and understanding.

      God bless,

      Marita

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  9. Hi, the first year training wheels is so cool, my son would love that. Are there any unicorn versions for little girls? The others are also really good although I think some of them are a little bit boring. The main thing is to use a potty that will get “bums on seats” and at this age that’s easier said then done. 

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    • I know, potty training is so challenging, more so for special kids.

      Sorry, I haven’t seen potty seats with unicorn versions.

      Thanks for reading.

      Marita

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  10. Personally, as a dad, I’d choose the BabyBjorn Potty Chair. Looks handy enough and can be used for both genders.

    It is easy to clean as well, which could make life at home more comfortable when you have small kids and most especially if you have a special kid.

    Have a nice week ahead.

    With regards,

    Sammy.

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    • Hi Sammy,

      Definitely, the BabyBjorn potty chair is a good choice and it is so easy to clean up as well.

      Enjoy your week, too.

      God bless,

      Marita

      Reply
  11. Hi Marita

    Great review! Potty training can be quite difficult for some children and I can imagine it is harder for those who have special needs. There is such a variety of seats available and you have broken the review down nicely into easily digestible sections. I also like what you have recommended at the end for children who are small and those who are bigger to make the decision process easier.

    As you’ve mentioned, patience is key. Thanks

    Teresa

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    • Hi Teresa,

      You are correct, potty training is much more challenging for children with special needs and I believe choosing the potty training seat that would be most comfortable and maybe amusing for them would help the parents in making the transition more successful in a short time.

      Thanks for reading.

      Marita

      Reply

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