The Squatty Potty

Ecco 7 inch Case of 5

Reviews (4.6 out of 5 Grommets)

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11/14/2013 by Sandra

Really really like it. Has helped my elimination a lot.


Surprisingly great!!

11/11/2013 by Tari

This is an embarrassing product to review, BUT I think it's a terrific product I never knew I could use. But when I think about the position a majority of humanity still uses to "eliminate", it makes perfect sense. A bit pricey, but since it's not (yet ) mass produced, it's acceptable.
(My family still won't try it yet , but I'm sure they will lol)


You don't know what you're missing.

11/2/2013 by Dale

I chose the while model and it's well constructed and sturdy. Fits around the base of the toilet like it's made for it. At first the raised feet position was awkward but now it seems natural. No strain and the ease of elimination is surprising. I think this one product is the most beneficial one I've bought in the past few years. I will never go back. It's a delicate subject but I've been touting this product to all my friends regardless of the delicate subject. Great product!



7/23/2013 by Barbara

We both use it and think that it is great and helps both of us. We boh are constipated due to medication and this definetly helps. Takes some getting used to and a bit difficult to work around in the small bath but it's staying. It arrived as we were told and in perfect condition.


Helpful product

6/28/2013 by Chula

This product was recommended by a medical professional. It is too soon for me to give a detailed evaluation, but so far so good.


exercise shoes- all dressed uppppp

1/14/2015 by gerard

daughter wears plain sweats and shoes and like the pop of color for the shoes and outfit.


grand daughters feet reach

1/14/2015 by gerard

Grand daughter was having difficulty defecating, she could not bear down or get off the toilet wo problems. The raised platform/step solved both problems while not interfering with the older brothers toilet use. Tuck out of the way nicely.



5/28/2014 by Lee

I like it. But (pun) I do have a tall toilet, so I guess I wish it were a little higher


Toilet Stool's Cool?

11/24/2013 by Judith

This seems to work. Moreso if I go back and forth (a few minutes) in each position. I've picked one up for my brother...since he spends most of his time on the pot, it'll more "revealing" if he thinks it works for him. Or maybe I'll ask my sister-in-lawvif she thinks it works!



10/17/2013 by Phoebe

My husband says that it saves him a lot of time doing #2, so I say it's worth it. I bought it for him and figured we could also use it for our 3 year old as a stool so she get reach the toilet. Works great for both of them. I did not notice a difference for me, but I haven't really had any problems.

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The Squatty Potty Story

The SquattyPotty - Toilet Stool

Optimal Alignment

In our high-tech world, it’s fascinating to discover a low-tech product that can provide relief from common health ailments. The Squatty Potty is just a stool—no buttons, screens, whistles, or bells—but it can lead to healthier bowel movements.

The premise is simple: The Squatty Potty helps you get into a squat position while you’re going to the bathroom, which is the ideal posture for emptying your bowels. Raising your knees in this way is healthier than sitting, experts say, since a squat position can straighten kinks restricting the colon.

Bobby Edwards came up with the idea for the Squatty
Potty to help his mother, Judy, who suffers from colon-related health problems. Judy was using bulky phone books, boxes and stools to adjust her bathroom posture before Bobby and his father, Bill, devised a more streamlined squatting platform.

The benefits of using Squatty Potty include faster, cleaner, and easier bowel movements. Proper bathroom posture also can help prevent colon disease and alleviate ailments such as constipation, hemorrhoids, and pelvic floor issues. When it’s not in use, the Squatty Potty can be stored discretely at the base of the toilet.

Are you ready to step up and try a new way to go?
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