Pouring potty designed to make potty training easyInnovative potty design to be sold by Tesco
29 July 2010
A new potty with a special pouring duct that makes it easier and more hygienic to empty will be able to buy from Tesco.
The Pourty, devised by lawyer-turned-inventor Jon Rathbone, has a spout at the back, handle at the front and higher splash guard so parents and little ones can enjoy a more hygienic potty time - and dribble-free emptying.
Unlike a conventional potty - where parents have to pour the contents out over the area where the child sits - the Pourty's pouring duct empties everything out of the back, away from the seat.
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Pourty - the potty that pours
According to the makers, the Pourty potty has a 'large and wide seating area', supporting back rests so your child can lean back comfortably and is made from a sturdier plastic that most normal potties.
The Pourty is suitable for children aged between 12 months and four years.
Already on sale for £9.99 at Amazon and specialist baby shops, Tesco Direct and Tesco Online will start to sell the product from August.
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