Potty training on the go with Potette Plus

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Potty training on the go? It CAN be done. Timmy has been potty trained since February this year. Indoors, it’s convenient to potty train because the loo’s right there. Out of the home, it was so much harder. I’m iffy about him sitting on the toilet seats if he has to #2, and sometimes the toilets are too high for him to comfortably pee in. Thanks to my cousin Iya for recommending Kalencom’s Potette Plus! It was so helpful in helping Timmy stay potty trained!

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Potty training on the go with Potette Plus: Portable Potty and Training Seat in one!


Potty training on the go

My cousin got her Potette Plus abroad, so I was relieved when I saw one being sold on Sulit.ph! I got my order within one week of getting in touch with the vendor.

Kalencom’s 2-in-1 Potette Plus is a full size travel potty that when folded flat can be used into a trainer seat on top of a toilet seat.

Potette Potty on Potty
Potette Potty on the Potty!

It’s also sturdy when used on its own — its legs lock into place when opened, and has a non-slip rubber base for stability.

Potty training on the go
Easy peasy!

The seat folds flat so it can slip into its pouch, which you then can slip into your own bag.

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Easy to bring around!

Potette Plus also comes with three self absorbing, disposable liners. No worries when it runs out though. I use old plastic bags at home which I line with paper towels.

This was super helpful in potty training on the go. We carried it with us everywhere we went! Today, we no longer bring this around with us when we go out since Timmy’s fully potty-trained. But we use it as a trainer seat at home since the toilet’s still too big for Timmy.

Yup, potty training on the go is easy when you have a trusted companion like this! Thanks again to my cousin Iya for this awesome reco! :)

7 Comments on Potty training on the go with Potette Plus

  1. Ma. Teresa Grech Quiatchon Racal
    October 7, 2013 at 3:13 pm (6 years ago)

    wow!!! how i wish i knew this when my youngest was being potty trained (tama ba?! hahaha!). That is one good product… I hope you’re doing okay already… :)

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    • Toni
      October 14, 2013 at 1:19 pm (6 years ago)

      Grech I’m still sick! Boo! Thanks for checking in on me though :)

      Reply
  2. Sanne
    October 7, 2013 at 4:43 pm (6 years ago)

    I love the Potette! It has been my savior as well! I discovered that MotherCare sells the liners in their stores. :)

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    • Toni
      October 14, 2013 at 1:18 pm (6 years ago)

      Ooooh! Thanks for the tip! :)

      Reply
  3. ceemee
    October 9, 2013 at 2:33 pm (6 years ago)

    That is so cool! I think I would need that because my two potty-trained by day little ones wear diapers when we go out. At night time, does Timmy still use diapers?

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    • Toni
      October 14, 2013 at 1:15 pm (6 years ago)

      Hi Ceemee! Yes, he wears pull-ups at night and during naptime. I’ve been told not to put nappies on him anymore even during naps so he’s forced to get up and go to the bathroom, but he still gets accidents. And I’d rather he sleeps through the night and naptime! Sayang ang tulog :) Lately he’s been getting up on his own to go to the bathroom. Yey! Lapit na! 😀

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    January 18, 2014 at 7:51 pm (6 years ago)

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