Fisher-Price Fun To Learn Potty £24.99 @ Argos

Fisher-Price Fun To Learn Potty £24.99

Toilet Training driving you potty? Why not try making it a little bit fun, with this novelty from Fisher-Price?

The Fun to Learn Potty might just be toy-like enough to catch your little one's attention.

Normally, these are a whopping £49.99! Yeah, seriously! Mothercare are selling them for that. Argos have reduced them to £24.99, which is much more reasonable.

Potty Training is more often than not a stressful time for both mother and child, but with the Fisher-Price Fun to Learn Potty, it can be a different story.

It's features songs, phrases and sounds which will encourage your child as they learn to use the potty.

What attracts me to it, is that it's made to look like a 'real' toilet, which can only be a good thing, right?

There's even a flush, which makes a funny noise when pushed down. To the side is toilet roll holder, which encourages children to wipe themselves too.

The bowl can be removed so it's easy to clean.

You can Reserve and Collect the Fisher-Price Fun to Learn Potty for FREE from an Argos store near you or pay £3.95 to have it delivered.


  • Emma D.

    I want it! Was showing mum it other week haha xx

  • Gabrielle M.

    !! I always wanted this for the boys!

    • Fliss S.

      It's amazing! But £25 :weary:

    • Emma N.

      Got Jayden a thomas 1 he thinks it's a toy rather than a potty. Had it 2 years he's still not used it x

  • Tamsen N.

    This was amazing for my two. They loved it within a few weeks they was trained age 3 & 2 x it sings aswell loves the songs xx

  • Jenni M.

    Looks good xx

  • Natalie F.

    could be worth a try x

  • Paige P.

    Bought her a potty already and she won't go on it, it goes on her head:joy: she's done wees&poos in the big girl toilet though :thumbsup::relaxed:

  • Nicola W.

    this was the one I was on about

  • Lisa B.

    My boy lives this. Good buy

  • Kelly F.

    Defo looks nicer and more comfortable xx

  • Elaine M.

    think this would work?

  • Rhiannon R.

    Yea something like that the top or the seat is different it doesnt have handles on and the toilet roll is a pull out one so it tucks away and plays music when used xxx

  • Lucy B.

    Lol!!! That looks good! I wonder if Lucille would use it. :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

  • Lucy B.

    I'll look into it.. Anything is worth a shot.

  • Lucy B.

    That's not bad at all.. I might get it

  • Lucy B.

    That's true.. Money well spend it they both use it. :thumbsup_tone1:

  • Tina R.

    I just looked in argos thy got it in stock

  • Lucy B.

    Ok cheers. I'll order it.. See how they get on, :sunglasses:

  • Tina R.

    Ya good idea

  • Lucy B.

    Ordered.. So will see how they get on. :grin:

  • Jennifer M.

    wonder if this is worth a try?!

  • Helga M.

    Didn't work for my granddaughter never used it just played with it

  • Sammy K.

    I've just bought one that turns in to a stepping stool so he can sit on the big toilet as well but this is ace! Xxx

  • Samantha E.

    This was brill for my little one loved it more than the normal potty. Will be using again for her sister x

  • Sarah M.

    Heard about them. Good price xx

  • Karen B.

    These are really cute but after just one week she was using the toilet - it's now just a back up if she can't make it up the stairs.

  • Samantha J.

    look this is the toilet i was on about xxx

    • Heather G.

      Oh that's good price too!! I might give it a go she might like to go on it a bit more then xxx

    • Samantha J.

      I know I'm thinking the same I'm going to put it next to our toilet so we go the same time haha xxx

  • Claire B.

    He'd play with it but I doubt he'd do anything in it! :wink:

  • Deb B.

    yeah, it's bloody awful. Thank goodness for tena lady pants...the size six pampers are just that bit too small! Lol x

  • Emilia C.

    it sings too! Everyone needs a singing loo...

  • Hayley T.

    Love it xx

  • Shari H.

    Used this for my son - he loved it - def recommend

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