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- Order number: 510133
- EAN: 4008600216254
- Manufacturer product ID: 10.256.369
NUK WC Trainer, toilet seat for children, ergonomically shaped, safe and comfortable, with splash guard
Your child has left the diaper and the potty behind him and now dares to go to the "real" toilet. With the ergonomic and comfortable toilet seat for children, NUK supports the little ones and promotes their independence.
Train the use of toilets
The NUK WC Trainer is ergonomically shaped and has a high back rest. The splash guard makes it particularly hygienic. The extra large, comfortable seat and anti-slip edge provide a secure hold. The WC Trainer has a practical handle for easy handling, on which parents can also hang it to save space. The toilet seat fits all common toilet seats. In white with colour accents it provides a harmonious picture in every bathroom.
- Ergonomically shaped with high backrest and wide seat area
- Hygienic due to high splash protection
- Anti-slip edge for a secure grip on all common toilet seats
- Practical handle opening for easy handling and space-saving suspension
- Available in different colours
NUK WC Trainer - trains the use of toilets.
|colour:||petrol, red, tan, White|
|age group:||from the 10th month|
|Shipping weight:||0,51 kg|
|product group:||toilet seat|
Farewell to the diaper
The parting from the diaper can be hoped for - but not forced.
How many diapers have you changed so far? Depending on the temperament of your child, the wrapping can become a real little wrestling match. But the potty is not to be thought of in the first year yet. Even if your child has the greatest fun with it - they are chance hits. First of all, the bladder and sphincter must learn to control consciously, and that is before the second to third year of life hardly possible.
Then your child will tell you of his own accord that the wet diaper will make him uncomfortable. It warps its face, walks with its legs apart, cries or perhaps even says it in words. It's all signaled: "I want to get clean and dry now."
How well and quickly this succeeds depends largely on you. Because what your child needs right now are a lot of praise and role modelsThe toilet is a great place to be, as it can emulate them in the toilet and help them to get dressed and undressed. However, a special cleanliness training is not necessary - the initiative of your child is the only and best condition to learn everything necessary.