Hoppop 32130051 Donut - Orinal para bebés, color gris y blanco
- Edad mínima : 1 año
- Edad máxima : 5 años
- Dimensiones: 29,4 x 29,4 x 14,2 cm
- Requiere baterías : No
- Descripción del producto : El buñuelo es una olla grande que hace que sea aún más cómodo. Ollas Hoppop son muy convenientes. Están diseñados de dos elementos separables que hacen más fácil la limpieza del tanque .
- Contenido del kit : 1 Pot
Advertencias: Utilizar bajo vigilancia de un adulto.
Descripción del producto
Orinal de exclusivo diseño con colores brillantes. Material de alta calidad. Práctico y cómodo por el borde extra ancho, el niño puede sentarse cómodamente y de manera segura. Los productos Hoppop se fabrican utilizando materiales de la máxima calidad y cumplen todas las normas y reglamentación aplicables.
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However, we never put her on the BBLP before 12 months, and when she began to try using it on her own at around 14 months, she would end up sitting on the side or bump herself on the splash guard (ouch).
Therefore, I started looking for other options, and the Hoppop Donut Potty stands out for several reasons.
(1) The wide donut-shaped base makes it very stable, so there is little likelihood of it tipping over and giving a child a bad potty experience!
(2) The seat is a rounded rim (much like a regular toilet seat) with just a small, low profile splash guard, enabling my daughter to just plop down on it herself from any angle without hurting herself. No need to keep trying to reposition her correctly, so the deed gets done quickly and with no fuss (and without any assistance).
The tiny splash guard is great for girls, as it reduces the likelihood of getting jabbed. In fact, I would prefer it with no spill guard at all, as this would be the safest option for girls.
I'm not sure how effective this tiny splash guard would be for boys anyway, so why not get rid of it and design something that works well for girls? Most potties are designed with boys in mind (i.e, they have splash guards), but are not necessarily that wonderful for girls to sit on.
Based on our experience with the top hat potty (a type of potty sold by EC shops, and held between your knees as you assist a young baby to eliminate) and this Donut potty, I feel a simple rounded rim is preferable to the so-called "ergonomic" designs, which don't work well for all behind shapes, and not at all if sat on at the wrong angle! When you stop and think about it, rounded oval "donut" toilet seats work for us adults, so why not for smaller behinds?
(3) The height of 6 inches (14.2cm) makes it easier for the shorter/younger child to use. My daughter was around 30 inches (78cm) tall when she began using it, and could get on and off of it easily. In fact, even I at 5ft9 (175cm) can sit on it easily!
(Note that according to the instructions, it only supports individuals up to 55lbs (25kgs), but at my size, most of the weight is supported by my legs, so no danger of my destroying the potty). As squatting is a healthier position to use when nature calls, I don't see any reason to select a taller potty over this one.
(4) The width at 11.4 inches (29cm) makes it not only stable, but again, can accommodate, literally, a wide assortment of butt sizes.
(5) Style. This is very personal, and at the end of the day, I'd always choose the design that works best for my daughter, not me. She might prefer a design shaped like a cute animal, and I'd be happy to get one but for the fact they are too large. However, I rather like the clean lines of the Donut and it has the potential to be used as something else (a flower pot?), when its potty services are no longer needed.
I chose the only Donut Potty with a white bowl, because I feel it's helpful for the child to be able to clearly see the results of her potty session in their natural color. Colored potties will make the urine appear a strange color!
Unfortunately, this option only comes with a grey base, which was rather disappointing, as I'd have preferred a more colourful base. Something for Dorel to consider perhaps? I found the white bases to be rather boring as well, but again, this is just personal.
For those parents interested in learning more about Elimination Communication, which is just a fancy term for what parents in the other 80% of our world do without giving it a special name, the book The Diaper-free Baby: The Natural Toilet Training Alternative for a Happier, Healthier Baby or Toddler is helpful.
I originally posted portions of this review on Amazon UK, as I thought it was a fabulous potty. As it is not well known in the USA, I thought I'd post it here as well, as it was so helpful in encouraging my daughter to use the potty by herself. She even decorated it with stickers!
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