Graco: Folding Potty Seat - Sounds great in theory, but performed poorly in practice. As a busy mom of a 2-year-old toddler, it seemed to be a very good idea. However, I found that the folding potty seat did not fit all toilets. In fact, it failed to fit more toilets than it did fit. When the seat did not fit, you had to hold it in place to use it. Since it did not fit properly it seemed to make my son nervous to use it. At one point when I let go of it, the thing fell in the toilet - and at a public rest room no one wants to be digging out a folding potty seat. The fact that it was not stable scared my son as well. When it shifted around it threw off his concentration. Then he would all of a sudden not have to go. This led to 2 separate accidents. He was ashamed and it made him cry. Confidence is key when a newly trained toddler is honing his potty skills. The Graco Folding Potty Seat ended up to be far more trouble than it was worth. It definitely was not worth the money. The tote bag that Graco provided to transport the Folding Potty Seat was shabby. I ended up using a plastic zip lock bag instead as it was more sturdy. The idea behind the Graco Folding Potty Seat is a good one and it does satisfy a very real need. However, until this product is redesigned to fit most toilets, I would not waste my money to purchase this.
Fernandina Beach, FL