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Hi there, yes it is easy to remove to allow an adult to go to the toilet, but even though it's easy to lift off, it does stay in place when the little one is on it too. Once i adjusted it to my toilet seat, i just leave it off and only put it on when my little boy needs to use the toilet. And he knows how it pushes on but being only two he can't quite get it on himself but i leave it on the floor and he tries, when he's a little older he will be able to manage it himself, that's how easy it is to remove and put back on. Hope this helps.
27 May 2014 by corinne74
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I haven't but I'm pretty sure I read a review somewhere from someone who had! Try John Lewis reviews.
12 May 2015 by Lisa
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My son (then 2.5) used this seat with pourty's step stool independently within a day or two. He loved it straight away. Still does. He's able to put the seat on himself too. Do find their step stool works particularly well as its a little higher than standard ones. Hope this helps.
17 Apr 2015 by MrsNovy
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Yes, we have a circular toilet seat downstairs and use it on that.
16 Jan 2015 by Jennie
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Not sure
14 Jul 2014 by Mrs. J. V. Winning
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From front to back its 18cm at it's widest it is 11cm my grandson is 3 years old and a little small for his age but its brilliant for him he has real confidence using it.I hope this helps good luck. Jeff
28 Dec 2013 by patches
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