Royal Stepstool Potty Review (Fisher-Price)

What It Is

The Royal Stepstool Potty can be used in three ways. First, it's a mini potty for young children. A sensor in the potty knows when a child is going to the bathroom and will play one of four royal tunes. (It also features a splash guard for boys.) The potty ring can also be removed for use on a regular toilet seat. Close the lid to use the potty as a stepstool to give kids a boost when they need to sit on a regular toilet or to help kids reach the sink to wash their hands after using the bathroom. The bowl removes for easy clean-up. The potty's legs can also be removed for easy storage.

Why Is It Useful?

The Royal Stepstool Potty is a cute way to help parents potty train their children. Kids will like hearing the music play whenever they go potty, which is designed to make them feel successful. Parents will like the Royal Stepstool Potty's multi-functionality, from a mini potty to an adapted adult toilet seat to a stepstool.

Who It’s For

The Royal Stepstool Potty is for children who are in the midst of being potty trained (18 months–3 years). There is a maximum weight limit of 200 pounds.

What To Be Aware Of

Assembly is required.

Don't be surprised if kids want to play with this more than just for its practical application.

Three AA batteries are required, but not included.

This item is sold exclusively at Walmart and the Fisher-Price online store.

The potty ring is not recommended for use on padded toilet seats.

  • Is It Useful?

  • Is It Worth It?

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy

    3 AA batteries required