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Eases the Process of Toilet Training
Lightweight & Portable
Super Easy to Clean

Nuovo

Kids Toilet Potty

R189

Retail: R300

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This deal expired on 2020-01-14.

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The super cute Nuovo Toilet Potty substantially eases the process of toilet training. It is thoughtfully designed for maximum comfort and safety, and its bright, fun colours will catch the attention of your child.

Product Features

Pink

  • Child Potty is Lightweight & Portable
  • Ideal for Use at Home & for Travel.
  • Anti Slip & Anti Splash. - Easy Clean.
  • Color-Matched Deflection Shield & Cover Eliminate Mess & Promote Hygiene.
  • Material: Plastic
  • Soft seat cushion for extra baby comfort
  • Shank acts as storgare for baby wipes or other accessories
  • Warranty: 6 Months 
  • (L x H x W) 42 x 36 x 28cm

Orange/Green

  • Child Potty is Lightweight & Portable
  • Ideal for Use at Home & for Travel.
  • Anti Slip & Anti Splash. - Easy Clean.
  • Color-Matched Deflection Shield & Cover Eliminate Mess & Promote Hygiene.
  • Suitable for all age groups
  • Material: Plastic
  • Warranty: 6 Months 
  • (L x H x W) 31 x 29 x 13cm

Green

  • Child Potty is Lightweight & Portable
  • Ideal for Use at Home & for Travel.
  • Anti Slip & Anti Splash. - Easy Clean.
  • Color-Matched Deflection Shield & Cover Eliminate Mess & Promote Hygiene.
  • Material: Plastic
  • Soft seat cushion for extra baby comfort
  • Warranty: 6 Months 
  • (L x H x W) 40 x 26 x 31cm
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