Squatty Potty Fold-N-Stow Folding Toilet Stool
- A foldaway version of the revolutionary Squatty Potty – folds to less than 3” thick
- Ideal for smaller bathrooms or to take on trips away from home
- Elevates the legs during defecation to allow for a complete and swift bowel movement
- Rubber gripped feet provide a stable base
- Doctor recommended for healthy bowel movements and the prevention of strain-related health issues such as prolapse and haemorrhoids
Toileting Has Never Been Easier – At Home or Away!
Squatty Potty have been revolutionising the way we poo since 2011 when the first prototype was made. Since then, people have been enthusiastic, nay excited to discuss their toilet routine!
With people the world over shouting from the rooftops how Squatty Potty has changed their lives and improved their bowel movements, Squatty Potty knew they needed to build a toileting friend that is travel-friendly. And now, the Squatty Potty Fold-N-Stow Toilet Stool is here. Folding down to less than 3” in thickness, the Fold-N-Stow can travel with you anywhere. It slots nicely into luggage for holidays or business trips and is perfect for caravans or camping trips, you never have to poop with your feet on the floor again!
The New Fold-N-Stow Squatty Potty is Discreet and Compact
It’s not just perfect for travel, the Squatty Potty Fold-N-Stow is ideal if you have a smaller bathroom OR you feel uncomfortable telling visitors what your bathroom stool is for (not everyone wants to chat about their bowels over dinner!). It will fit neatly down the side of your loo for convenient, compact storage and unfolds easily for use when you need it. You don’t need any fancy tools to open your loo stool, it just clicks open when you are ready.
Why Use a Toilet Stool?
The way we sit whilst pooping is all wrong, if it was an exam paper it would have a giant ‘FAIL’ stamp next to it. Sitting upright with your legs flat on the floor leaves a kink in the upper rectum which in turn prevents your poop making a smooth journey out of your anal canal. This is why you might find yourself straining and pushing when you go to the loo. Centuries of repeating this habit tells us this is normal, but it’s not! You shouldn’t be straining on the toilet; toilet stools take the strain out of doing your business.
Straining on the loo is a leading cause of pelvic organ prolapse and it also causes haemorrhoids and bladder weakness, so if you do find yourself pushing for all your might when you ‘go’, a toilet stool is the answer to your toilet troubles.
|Recommended For||A new Squatty Potty that collapses down to less than 3" thick for compact and easy storage and use when travelling.|
|Included Contents||1 X Squatty Potty Fold-N-Stow|
|Material||Made from recycled plastic materials|