Munchkin Grip Potty Training Seat

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Product Dimensions

‎12 x 3 x 15.25 inches

Item model number

‎15981

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Target gender

‎Unisex

Batteries required

‎No

Item Weight

‎2.72 ounces

CountryRegion of origin

‎China

Last updated on 11/01/2021 8:23 pm Disclosure
EAN: N/A SKU: 735282159817 Category:
(11 customer reviews)
Product is rated as #1 in category Potty Training
Munchkin Grip Potty Training Seat Product highlights!

What Do We Like About The Munchkin Grip Potty Training Seat?

  • Potty training seat grips and stays in place
  • Works with both standard and elongated toilet seats
  • Flexible, soft-touch splash guard to prevent accidents
  • Contoured to hold child securely in place
  • Feet for convenient stand-up storage

Munchkin potty training seat review

Munchkin Grip Potty Training Seat, Includes Splash Guard, Gray

★★★★★
$15.79  in stock
Walmart.com
as of 06/25/2022 10:27 am

Have no fear, Grip™ is here! Grip™ is made with material that grips any toilet seat – whether standard or elongated – to ensure that the seat doesn’t move and keeps your child in place. When they really have to go and make a dash for it, Grip™ has a flexible, soft-touch splash guard to prevent any unwanted accidents that might otherwise occur with a harder surface. It is equipped with “feet” for hassle-free stand-up storage and looks great in any bathroom. There’s a new safest and most secure toilet seat on the block, and its name is Grip™!

Munchkin Grip Potty Training Seat


More info

BrandMunchkin

Manufacturer Part Number15981

UPC – 735282159817

ASINB01A6R26AI

11 reviews for Munchkin Grip Potty Training Seat

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  1. Amazon Customer

    We have tried three other types of potty rings and this is the only good one. The puffy ones with loveable characters just slip around and freak your kid out. Get this awesome seat with silicone grip that stays in place, but is so easy to pop in and out that our toddler does it herself. Another feature I love is that it has little grippy dots on one side that allow you to lean it next to the toilet without it sliding down on the floor. It’s the little things when you are toilet training that…

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  2. Catp

    It fits great and is reasonably comfortable for my 14-month old. We’re just in the early stages of potty training, but I can already see how this is going to be helpful. Our daughter seems to like it. Our initial goal will be to sit her on it frequently to get used to it, and in the event of a tinkle, we’re ready to clap and say “yay” for positive reinforcement, which has been the key to all of her other development milestones. We will eventually get a step-stool so she can access the seat…

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  3. Susan Murphy

    Bought it as I am starting to potty train my almost 2 year old daughter.
    Fits perfectly on my elongated toilet, doesn’t slip or move around which make my daughter feel safe sitting on it by herself. Easy to clean. Also, go buy the ‘potty hook’ add on item so you have a place to put the seat when an adult is using the toilet.

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  4. Amazon Customer

    Solid product with a very sturdy design which fits our toilet seat well; however, the elevated front lip may cause chaffing issues when your little one slides off. The elevated silicone lip does provide ergonomic, safety, and cleanliness advantages but our little one wants to do everything herself including getting down off the potty, which based on her reactions and redness is uncomfortable when she tries to slide off.

    *Update – 18 May 19* Our daughter has developed the skill of swinging her…

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  5. MysticPizza

    This seat works exactly how it’s supposed to. There’s not much to say about it, but, I know I was hesitant to buy this seat because reviews varied on if it would work with an elongated toilet seat, so I’m leaving this review for that concern. I’ve included pictures to show how this seat fits on an elongated toilet seat since it does fit! It grips nicely and doesn’t slide around. Great investment for your little one!

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  6. Jeanniehihi

    If my little one would try to slide off this seat, the could burn part of her bum for sure. The white part is plastic but the green parts are sort of silicone-y and sort of sticks on the skin. Hence why it’s not fun to clean, it sticks on the rag as well. and there are crevices underneat that you almost need to submerge the seat to have everything cleaned. My little one pees with a lot of pressure (she’s always in a hurry because you know, playing is so fun and peeing takes time off playing)…

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  7. ML

    We’ve been transitioning my daughter from a little potty to the big potty. The first ring we got to put in a big toilet was cute. It had Disney princesses. Great, right? Wrong. The thing slips all over the place and my daughter almost falls off the toilet trying to get on. The two handles on the side apparently aren’t to pick it up; they’re to hold it on for dear life bending over while your child does their thing.

    This seat, on the other hand, actually stays in place. Sure, it’s not as cute….

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  8. SR

    My toddler says he likes this so this must be a good item.

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  9. Amazon Customer

    We’re potty training a boy toddler. We are starting off with training sitting down for pee, and then we’ll progress once coordination has improved. I say this to highlight the splash guard feature, which is one of the main reasons we went with this type of potty seat. The splash guard works and is in a good spot and is a good size. However, the biggest thing I don’t like about it is that on the inside of the seat, the splash guard is not a solid unit – meaning there are connecting plastic…

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  10. Amelia

    We have not actually started training our 2 year old son yet, but he has tried sitting on both of these models. A few comments: a seat was important for our family due to small space and this restroom will be used most frequently by adults. Both seats are easy to clean – I will keep an ammonia based toilet spray bottle close with paper towels. For the most part, the splash guard was the next big factor for me. The lip covering the gap in the front was the easy decision maker since it works…

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  11. MASkinner

    Perfect! This DOES FIT my elongated* seat!
    Perfect! This DOESN’T move or slide!
    Perfect! This DOES have a “splash” guard that is tall/high enough to actually catch my toddler boys “splash!”
    Perfect! The splash guard IS pliable, so that he can clear it getting on and off without injuring himself!
    Perfect! The seat has rounded smooth edges around the opening!
    Perfect! Removing it is EASY!
    Perfect! The green color even matches his Kids Kindle. Reading on the job 🙂
    If only it could potty train him for…

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