Jahgoo 3 in 1 Potty Trainer Review

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Oh the joys of potty training!  When Dilly first started having in interest in using the potty we headed to the store where we found a wide variety of potty chairs.  Most of them were not what we wanted… some had just way too many pieces making the whole process way more complicated than it needed to be  and there was even a potty that sang a song when you peed in it.  Really?  I could just see that scaring a little kid into never wanting to sit on the potty again!  When it comes to potty training a simple uncomplicated potty that blends into the bathroom décor is number one in my book and that is exactly what the creator of the Jahgoo product line thought too.


Hans created Jahgoo because he did not want his bathroom be clogged with outdated, space-hogging eyesores, crying out for a redesign.  “As a parent, you simply seem to tolerate all of these primary colors and blocky shapes around the house,” says Hans. “Why can’t baby stuff be highly functional and elegantly or cleverly designed? What about space efficiency? As a new generation has kids, there’s a call for hip, design-conscious baby gear. And it does not all have to be outrageously expensive!” So, Jahgoo was born, organic, cool, ergonomically-designed and price-sensitive baby hardware.

The Jahgoo product line is full of awesome products for the bathroom including potties, stools, and bathtubs.  Dilly and Sugar received the Jahgoo 3 in 1 Potty Trainer to take for a test drive.  Sugar isn’t too interested in the potty yet, so I’m not forcing the issue…. she is still my baby!  Dilly is now peeing on the potty almost 100% of the time, but pooping…. that’s a whole different story… urgh.


The Jahgoo 3 in 1 Potty Trainer is a simply uncomplicated potty.  The inside reservoir lifts out easily to be dumped in the toilet, rinsed out, and placed back with ease.  You can also remove the non-slip toilet seat and place it on the adult toilet.  The bottom of the 3 in 1 Potty Trainer is then flipped over to be used as a step stool for helping little ones get up on the adult toilet.  Dilly also uses the step stool to reach the sink while brushing her teeth!  I love that it has non-slip coating where they stand to help from slipping off the stool.  Plus when your little one is completely potty trained…. yes, that day will come in the Harper Household – I have to keep telling myself that….. the step stool can be used all over the house for hard to reach items because it holds both adults and children.  This potty truly grows with your child and I love that it is uncomplicated yet does so much.  Perfection.


The Jahgoo 3 in 1 Potty Trainer is also available with a white seat and can be purchased for $29.99 which is a great deal especially since it can be used for many years and not just potty training!


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5 Responses to Jahgoo 3 in 1 Potty Trainer Review

  1. That looks awesome! Similar to something I tried, but the one I used was awful and had too many parts and gadgets that just made it super difficult to use.
    This looks easy and simple to use, yet versatile. Awesome.

  2. Stacie says:

    This is awesome! We bought our 3yo a little potty seat, which of course she HATED, so we had to go out and buy a little seat cover to go on the toilet, along with a step stool so she could get up there . This would have been perfect for us, and would have saved us some money! Our baby will be training soon, I’ll have to keep this in mind. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Karen says:

    That looks pretty cool! We are potty training and we need some extra help!

  4. Beth R says:

    I love that it transitions into a stool and potty seat. I also like how the resivroir (sp?) is like a real toilet. I am sure that makes the transition easier as well!

  5. Laurie P says:

    I’ve never seen this potty before, looks kinda neat. Haven’t had to do any potty training for quite a long time (my son is 15), and he was soooo stubborn. I’m determined to start a little earlier with my baby girl, and fingers crossed she will be a little easier about the whole thing…

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