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Good Idea - OR - Waste of Money?: WeeMan Potty Training Urinal

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Saturday, July 14, 2012 | 0 comments
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WeeMan Potty Training Urinal for Boys

The Weeman is a toilet training urinal targeted for 1 to 4 years old. It clips on to the front of a normal sized toilet, allowing small boys to urinate whilst standing up unaided, 'just like dad'.

It is attached to the toilet via a hinge, which allows the Weeman to be swung up and over the toilet bowl and into the toilet, where it empties.

The design and materials used ensure there are no splashes or drips. The toilet is then flushed the normal way, with the Weeman remaining inside the bowl where it is washed.

After it has been 'flushed', it is then swung back over to hang onto the outside of the toilet bowl until it is next used. It is not necessary to actually remove it from the toilet. The Weeman's cleaning action helps train boys to lift the seat up, and put the lid down when finished.

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From our Facebook fan page:

Tracey Nebelung posted: This would have been great for my first son versus a step stool!! He was a bit too short for the toilet! This would have used up less space than the step stool & potty chair. Love this idea.

Katrina Gabel posted: Darn, wish I would have thought of that invention.

Rikkie Sanders posted: I used this to train my son it took less then a week. I recommend highly.

Jenifer Jacobs Webster posted: Yeah a lot of kids are afraid of falling in the toilet!

Rebecca Eagle Fipps posted: Good idea!! I've seen these on ebay along with some chinese cheapie versions

Alicia Whittaker posted: I wish I had this for my son. It would have helped so much

Ruby Stone posted: Potty training a boy can't get any easier than that.

Kandice Campiglia posted: Great idea(I think)! It'll be time to start potty training our son in a few months and I think we'll be looking for one of these! Thanks!

Kristi Crouch Kahlden + Nicole Nace both posted: Waste of money.

Yvonne Baxter posted: I think it is a great idea! When training our son and grandsons "aim", I bought a box of the cheapest "Fruit Loops" like cereal and kept it by the toilet. When the boys needed to go to the bathroom, I dropped a small handful of the cereal into the toilet and the boys enjoyed aiming their stream and sinking the "bombs".

From our Google+ page:

Deedee Slagle posted: Will save you from cleaning it up off the floor when they miss.

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About Catherine: I have been writing frugal tips since 1982, when I was a young divorced mom of two - for my baby product company, Born to Love. I am now mom to three sons, who are all grown up, grandma to three - and happily re-married to a wonderful man. We have rescued two little dogs, Denny and Dexter - and a cat, Bella.

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