CTA Digital PAD-POTTY accesorio para dispositivo de mano - Accesorio para dispositivos portátil (Verde, Naranja, Color blanco)
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Color del producto: Verde, Naranja, Color blanco
Tipo de dispositivo móvil: Tablet/UMPC
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Used to be, back when I was a toddler, they would say that television was bad for kids. Turns out, we watched Sesame Street and 3-2-1-contact and instead of being something bad it was an effective educational tool. Same with the iPad and tablet devices that toddlers and children use. Parents these days don't have time to spend every waking moment teaching and educating small children. So long as you limit your child's time using them they can be a productive distraction as well as educational and interactive in a way TV could never match.
This thing fills a niche in a toddler's world. Instead of putting it on the floor or on a sofa or chair where it can fall, the iPad is safe and accessible on a sturdy, tiltable and rotatable platform and is protected by a plastic cover, perfect for messy toddlers who never have clean hands. In addition, the seat provides a great alternative to kneeling in the crib or on the floor. In fact, it can be used simply as a stand for the iPad with a separate chair if you just reverse the ipad platform on the stand.
I'll add some gripes that won't effect the review but could be improved in a future version if they ever make one. With these mostly satirical reviews I have my doubts.
1. Seat is a little hard for toddlers to mount and dismount. Not sure how exactly I'd improve this but Sylvia has to take care not to fall when dismounting it.
2. In order to tilt the platform you (the parent) have to undo a cute little plastic bolt and disengage the platform mount, tilt it, then redo the bolt. Not something a toddler could pull off. What would be cool is if the platform could tilt without undoing the bolt. Also, in order to tilt the platform away from the potty chair (for use with another chair!) you have to remove the platform and platform mount and reverse install it (super easy but not toddler easy).
3. The plastic cover is awesome, should have thought of this a long time ago, however it needs some holes for the power cord. The platform does have slots for power cords and iPad buttons.
Anyway, its a great investment in toddler furniture even if you don't use it as a potty training device, which we will and I'm sure it will be a success.
She uses this potty every day now and is fully potty trained on it, but does not use the iPad stand any more as her potties are pretty short and she gets back to playing very quickly. Can I say she wouldn't be potty trained without the iPotty? No, of course not, but it was helpful at a certain time in her development. Still highly recommend this as it is sturdy AF and has been used heavily for 2 years now.