A new potty by freelance designer David Chapman means parents need no longer worry about kicking it over. Named Posh Potty, the receptacle has been manufactured in three parts with slots in the bowl. To the uninitiated, this allows liquid to flow into the potty’s base where it is safely trapped below the rim. And for curious children, there is the option of a translucent base. Sounds so good, parents might be tempted to have a sneaky go on this design classic – when no one else is looking, of course.
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