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You may have noticed that you are changing fewer diapers lately, and your little one
is usually staying dry during nap time. These, along with other signs, indicate
that it’s time to start potty training for your baby. Many children show signs of being ready for potty training between 18 and 24 months of their age, although you can start potty training your baby once your baby can sit properly without support.
For potty training, one can use a potty chair or potty seat depending upon one’s choice and the baby’s comfort. But some babies may start playing when you use potty chairs and may not effectively use them, in which case, using a potty seat will be the best idea.
You may like to dive into the world of potty training with Babyhug’s potty seat, which is very comfortable and easy to use. It comes with a soft cushion and handles for better comfort and good support for your little one. also, it fits on any regular western toilet
seat, except square-shaped toilet seat.
It is very important to potty train your baby as, during early childhood. Choosing a good, comfortable, and attractive potty seat for babies is important to encourage them to use it. The Babyhug Premium Potty Seat is designed to provide comfort and easy potty training for babies. It is available in different colours and comes with two handles on either side to help your little one balance while using the potty seat.
The cushion is covered with a waterproof PU material, so it is easy to clean the seat. Also, it is easy to mount and remove, so it makes the potty-training process less hassle-free. It has a good grip that allows the baby to sit and get off the seat comfortably. It is also lightweight, slim and can be easily carried along with the luggage while travelling. The product has a small backrest that supports your little one’s back and a soft cushion to provide comfort to their little bums. The material quality is also good and sturdy. The seat I got is white in the colour that matches perfectly with our white adult toilet.
This product costs ₹ 645 and can be used for babies till three years of age. The only thing that bothered me about this toilet seat is that its cushion seat is non-removable and it cannot be cleaned properly if it accidentally becomes dirty. Otherwise, everything is just perfect for me.
- Features: 5/5
- Product design: 4/5
- Performance: 5/5
- Value for money: 4/5
Yes, I would recommend this potty seat to the parents who are struggling to potty train their babies. It is definitely worth a try.
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