Honey, who shrunk the toilet?
Thursday, June 14, 2018
If you have never heard of a “child’s toilet,” you’ll do a double-take the first time you see one—just like we did when we came across the wee water closet shown above on an inspection today. No need to potty-train with a plastic gadget when, if you have the bucks, you can install a tiny toilet for your offspring to transition from diapers.
This model is manufactured by American Standard and called the Baby Devoro. Their sales brochure states that it is also “perfect for education or healthcare facilities for kids or small people.” The 10-inch height seat is significantly lower than the 15 to 16-inch height of an average toilet.
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