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So I'm pretty happy with this model. I read the other reviews so I bought my own screws. You'll see the factory screws darker on the left, the screws I bought on the right. The only issues I had were the pilot holes are just a little off in one area. This led to the slight gap and off square connection. Even with those differences it's really sturdy and does NOT wobble. The screws I bought were the brass (to match the color) but going with Phillips head (cross-tip) you will not be able to use the factory plastic screw caps as they're made for the hex-head (Allen screw) heads. Be careful with your assembly placing the sunken screw holes to the outside so the screws set into the holes flush to the wood. Also watch your screws as you begin their path to insure they pilot straight to avoid splitting the sides.
This thing is great!!I was never a huge fan of the white plastic stools (no pun intended) because I just didn’t think they looked that classy.After deciding I wanted a Squatty Potty (or something similar) I decided to do some research and found this little guy and it’s perfect. I’m pretty nimble so I love the option of the 9” side and is actually the only height I use.I’m 6’0, 200lbs and I can put my entire weight on this thing no problem and can fully squat over the toilet if I wanted. Although it’s difficult to fully squat with pants on, most of my “business” time happens in the morning when I’m about to get in the shower anyways.ToiletTree has a really nice looking bamboo option that I actually originally bought but when you get it it says right in bold writing that you shouldn’t stand on theirs. I tried to briefly stand on theirs but could tell it would definitely break so I returned it and bought this guy and couldn’t be happier. So if you’re a smaller person or don’t plan to put your full weight on it I think the other one looks a little nicer but this one has been perfect.The wood in the pictures looked untreated and a little exposed so I was worried about other things “soaking” into the wood when I’m not doing #2 but there is definitely a lite sheen/coating over it so I don’t think cleaning this will be a problem.Hope this helps. Happy pooping!
I thought about getting one of these toilet stools because the concept made sense, but I hesitated in spending the money. I wish I had gotten it when I first heard about them. I love this already and it's only been two days. If you are hesitating try the concept by using a small stool or box for your feet. Changing the angle not only feels better but it healthier, particularly if you have any tendency to prolapse. Then get yourself the real deal. There are less expensive ones in plastic, but I opted for this one because I have other bamboo items in my bathroom and this simply looked better, plus bamboo seems a better option environmentally than plastic. Also, bamboo does very well in moist environments. I'm really happy with this purchase.
Not going to go into detail or submit pictures here. (You're welcome.) This product really works. Watch the company's video about the Prince and the Unicorn to understand. This is how humans have been pooping for thousands of years before John Crapper invented the porcelain commode. (Go to Turkey, Japan, Nigeria, and many other countries and toilets still are just a hole in the floor with a hose to wash up.) We really like the bamboo version. It has a "furniture quality" look that fit in our bathroom. This product gets used frequently. It is designed well. One caution: be careful and deliberate when assembling it. The supplied screws will only go in once, and do not over-tighten them. They will break. Then you're... well, "screwed". (The company should spend the extra five cents more on this relatively expensive item for some quality screws.)
Up and running in less than 5 mins, this stool is beautiful and easily flips to be 7" or 9" so you don't have to buy two. I had the teak model and it was double the price, plus the area for your feet was way too small. This one matches my bathroom perfectly and is great if you have kids or a comfort seat toilet where you need a little extra height on the stool.It you haven't tried elevating your feet when using the bathroom, PLEASE do yourself a favor and try it out. As my boyfriend said after using this for the first time, "Everything just falls right out of you." No straining, pushing, or waiting for things to move. This helps you to position yourself so your colon straightens and there's no effort required when using the bathroom.