Mums Take Five Oricom Potty Giveaway and Review

An intelligent Potty!  A Review and Giveaway

 Oricom Intelligent Potty Review And Giveaway

 Yes thats right the potty is intelligent! 

Its also really quite fun and my toddler uses it for not only potty training but for sitting in to watch tv, reading and sometimes i find her sitting on it for no reason at all. She moves it around the house to sit on so it must be comfortable.

Why is it intelligent?  Well this is the fun part.  It has a sensor that is triggered by the child actually using the potty.  Once the sensor is triggered there is a running water sound.   Then when the child has finished it plays a recorded message and then a tune!

The recorded message?  Underneath the seat is a device which you can record and re record your voice on, which you can use for positive affirmation and encouragement  which is what we started with on ours, it currently has my toddler and i singing Jingle Bells and she knows the only way she gets to hear this incredibly funny duet is by using the potty.

After playing the recorded message then a song will play.  There are ten short little musical tunes that rotate.  Which is also fun to hear which song is going to come on.

It comes in two colours stone and green menthol, which i do like that its designed to fit in with the rest of the family not jut turning another room into a playroom.   The seat itself is well designed with a higher back and arm rests. Its also comfortable and wide on the legs so no squishing.   Its very stable and reassuring. 

The Oricom Intelligent potty was created after two years of design and research, another well thought out product from Oricom.  Don't forget they have their full instructions with the product and a website with all the instructions and details you need and if all else fails you can actually phone them in Australia and speak to a real person.   Thats how confident they are with their product!   Oh and they have this Intelligent Potty on You Tube !

Its a sweet little potty that i think encourages children to use with out any intimidations and makes learning and potty training lots of fun or in the case of my two year old it also makes a lovely stable seat at just the right height that you can move around the house to sit in.

Thank you to the lovely people at Oricom we have an Oricom Intelligent Potty to giveaway!


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To enter all you need to do is "like" the Oricom Facebook Page

and "like" the Mums Take Five Facebook Page


Then enter by telling us in the comments below your answer to: 

"If you could share one piece of advice or a tip to a new mum what would it be?"

 oricom intelligent potty system


Terms and Conditions: Australian Residents only.  This is a Game of Skill not a game of chance. Entries not answering the question will be deemed invalid, The winner will be chosen by originality and creative merit, by a non involved party. Judges decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Winners will be drawn 06/03/15 9.00pm AEST and notified on this post by the 08/03/15. We will contact the winner via email. Winner will have 7days to respond or we will redraw. We will try our best to contact the winner but cannot be responsible should the winner not receive the notification within the time frame.

Prizes are not transferable, changeable or redeemable for cash. Prizes will be sent out by Oricom and neither they or Mums Take Five will be held responsible in the event that they are stolen, lost or damaged in transit.

The prize is ONE Oricom IP100 Intelligent Potty. Colour choice is not guaranteed but you can request.


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+1 # Catriona Alison 2015-02-24 09:34
my tip would be to take each day as it come, enjoy every moment the good, the bad and the ugly. They really do grow up in the blink of an eye.
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+1 # Melissa puli 2015-02-24 09:45
be kind to yourself!
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+1 # Kathryn 2015-02-24 12:51
You can listen to someones advice, that doesn't mean you have to take it. Being a new mum can be scary at first but you just need to trust your instincts.
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+1 # Stacey Shailer 2015-02-24 21:12
Buy a slow cooker and learn how to use it! It is a sanity-saver for me and enables me to get everything from roasts, stews, curries, risotto, taco mixture and even desserts on the table for dinner by 6pm for the whole family.
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+7 # Rebecca Byrne 2015-02-25 10:56
The best advice I got we called 'baby in a box'... When baby is learning to sit up try putting them in a sturdy nappy box with some toys. This helps them sit upright without wobbling and falling over and hitting their head. Simple, effective and they love it!
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+1 # Karlene 2015-02-25 12:22
Don't compare too much to other mums....milesto nes, hours of sleep, brand names....some will have it better than you but many more will have it worse.
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+1 # ivonne 2015-02-26 11:03
Patient..enjoy time with your bubs, time will goes fast..
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+1 # Toni 2015-02-28 20:37
Take lots of photos because they grow and change so quickly.
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