Pink Potty Watch
With this Pink Potty Watch you can set a reminder alarm for your child to either vibrate or make a loud noise to serve as a reminder to go potty!
Pink Potty Watch features:
- New eight separate alarm settings
- Alarm features
- Vibration or alarm function
- Countdown timer has auto reset feature
- Date, time, and stop watch
- New lock-out feature avoids accidental resetting
- Small & comfortable velcro wristband
- For toddler to small adult
- Fits approx. 4" to 8" wrist
- New 3 ATM water resistant (NOT WATERPROOF)
- New longer battery life (2-4 months) & shock resista
We offer some other potty training aids that are make the potty training process more successful!
Based On 9 Reviews
The watch itself works amazing. My seven year old is using it to "retrain" her bladder as she has trouble emptying her entire bladder each time she uses the restroom. The vibrating alarm is the best part. She can wear the watch to school while using the alarms, without interrupting the classroom. My only complaint is the watch band size. It is pretty big for the age range intended for the product. I had to cut off part of the band so it wasn't bugging my daughter. Maybe consider offering different sizes of bands?
The watch is very helpful in providing training and meeting 5 year old's personal challenge. Our unit broke within approximately six weeks of use. Customer service was excellent by responding promptly, standing behind the product, and replacing it.
Ordered the plastic pants to train our 2 year old, love them!
Best part is the elastic legs and waist, very soft and non irritating to the skin like most elastic. Wash nicely. Would recommend.
Has really helped our daughter to become conscientious of when she has to go. It has given her full confidence again. We definitely recommend it.
My five year old loved this watch and it did it's job reminding her to use the bathroom whenever it went off...for a day and a half. Then she accidentally got it wet while washing her hands and it completely stopped working. It seems that a watch that is used to remind one to do something that requires getting wet, should not be that sensitive to water.
My step-daughter was potty-trained for a year from ages 3-4 and then started to regress. It is unclear whether this started as a medical or behavioral problem, but she started having small accidents multiple times per day and was no longer potty-trained at night. She's now 6. I bought her this watch and she loves it. We set alarms for every two hours, and since she goes to bed and wakes up around the same time each day, we only had to set the alarms once. We have had far fewer accidents during the day as a result of this watch, and fluid restriction at night has significantly reduced her episodes of bed-wetting. Given current custody arrangements, she lives mostly with her mother who has failed to address this issue, but at least the watch is helpful when my fiancee and I have her. When we have her this summer, we plan to buy the bed alarm too.
This watch has worked like a charm on my 3 year old. When it goes off, she stops what she is doing and heads to the potty! My only complain is it's very difficult to set the 8 timers. Either way, it's a good investment if your child is receptive!
I really can't rate this, we cannot figure out how to program it. It's very cute.
I absolutely love this product. It is helping my daughter to remember to go to the bathroom during school and at home. I love that you can set your own timers to go off at different times of the day. I want one for myself now to remind me to take my medicines.