Helps you mimic a natural squat to properly align your colon
Easy to fold and unfold and fits into a backpack
Discreet carry bag included
Locks into place when unfolded
7" height.Unfolded Dimensions: 16″ x 7″ x 7.5″ Folded Dimensions: 15″ x 7″ x 1″
Dimensions (Overall): 7.5 inches (H) x 16 inches (W) x 7.38 inches (D)
Suggested Age: 2 Years and Up
Weight: 2 pounds
Safety and Security Features: Non-skid Feet
Holds up to: 250 pounds
Care & Cleaning: Spot or wipe clean
Item Number (DPCI): 064-20-0040
Adventurous type? Discreet type? Now you can enjoy the benefits of squatting anywhere the road takes you. If you travel or simply prefer to tuck it away, Porta-Squatty is the perfect companion to relieve those bowel blues. It could not be easier- just un-fold and go!
Strong, durable plastic Easy to fold and unfold Discreet carry bag included Easy to clean and store Perfect for the traveler or those with smaller bathrooms Dimensions when folded: 15” x 7” x 1” Dimension when unfolded: 15” x 7” x 7”
The height of this item is less than the original SquattyPotty but I have been finding it to be efficient for what it's supposed to do anyway. I opted for this version because I think the original would be an eyesore in my bathroom (I had recieved it by accident when I first ordered this version, and it was huge!). This one is sleek and easy to fold and put away. I have to deduct some stars, however, because it is wobbily and easily buckles underneath your feet. I don't even apply that much pressure on it, keeping my feet as far apart as possible, but the legs are not very stable, and there is no mechanism to keep them locked in place when in use, so a small shift and you have one of the legs fold underneath the whole thing. It is very annoying, and something that should be an easy fix so I don't understand why this is an issue.
This is a portable squatty potty... This is not a step stool.. Leaving a low review because a purchase is not usable for what you purchased it for is silly. This is not meat to be stood on. let alone in the middle. If you use this for what its meant for... you will love it. one foot on either side to assist in when nature calls.
Returning this, as it is not what I expected: The listing says it supports 250 pounds, but the label on the stool says not to stand on it, to use it only while sitting on the toilet. I had intended to use this primarily as a step stool when toddler grandchildren visit. It probably could safely support a toddler's weight, but the surface is not slanted, not flat, so not useful for standing at the sink.
Purchased this for my daughter who is almost two and potty training. It was listed under the baby/toileting/step stools category on Target.com; however this IS NOT a step stool. It does not have an anti-grip surface on either the top or the bottom so slides all over the place. She only weighs 26 pounds and it bows in the center when she is on it. We have tried it as a foot elevator like the manufacturer instructions say (as we actually have a real squatty-potty and love it) and it bows with just the weight of your feet/legs. The height of it is not tall enough to compare to the real squatty-potty either.