Pourty was the brain child of Jon Rathbone, the inventor of the Pourty potty and the subsequent range of toilet training items. After realising that potties were messing to empty after they had been used, he got to work trying to figure out a better way to make them so that they are easier to use and that's how Pourty was born.
The Pourty Potty has a unique pouring duct and anti-drip lip so you can pour all waste matter away with no messy dribbles. I love the idea of this, but for Charlie, he decided that he doesn't want to use a potty, opting instead for the toilet, so he could be like his big brother. It was a nice surprise to see that Pourty had catered for the toilet users too bringing our the Flexi-Fit toilet seat and the Up Step.
As most adult seats can vary in size the Flexi-Fit seat alters to be able to fit most toilet seats.
We have gone through a few training seats before but, with them not being able to alter, found that they would wobble whilst Thomas was sat on them which was off-putting for him. The Flexi-Fit seat wont do this as it has unique prongs underneath it so that it fits securely and doesn't wobble. They are easily adjusted to fit most toilet seats.
The splash guard at the front means that there is no weeing over the toilet seat which is a great part for boys as I don't know how many time I have had to clean the floor after one of them has been to the toilet.
The Up Step is a great idea, in my opinion. It is a step used so that children who are toilet training, can easily get onto the toilet themselves. The Up Step is higher than other steps stools thought meaning that, when on the toilet, the child's feet are supported instead of dangling and it helps them to go to the toilet.
It is very strong, even I can stand on it safely and is lightweight also thus meaning that both boys can easily manoeuvre it from the toilet to the sink for washing their hands afterwards.
Overall, I love both the Flexi-Fit seat and the Up Step and so far, Charlie seems to be taking a liking to them, wanting to get up onto the toilet using them and sitting there giggling at me. I still think that it is a little too early for him to fully grasp the idea but at the moment, it is great for him to be learning and getting used to the seat and step.
You can find out more information on the Pourty website where you can buy the items. They are both also available on Amazon too.