Back of A Urinal of His Own Nothing gets junior ready for a trip to the men's restroom like his own home urinal! Parents set on getting their sons enthused about potty training, may want to forgo products like Piddlers toilet targets and opt for something a bit more extravagant with this floor or wall mounted Visionaire Peter Potty Toddler Urinal ($40). And, the Peter Potty flushes clean with the push of a button though no plumbing is required. The days of reminding tots to put the seat down are over! View 4 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Comments Dbtabm 9 years Oh Great another way to keep guys from learning how to pee in a toilet without getting it everywhere. Just what we need. lickety-split 9 years this is cute! i didn't have any boys, but if we did i'd get this for mine. peechykeen, what did your prof say? i never wqanted to clean on out so we just got a seat that fit over the big seat. i don't really believe (for lack of a better word) in potty training. when the kids are ready they will use the bathroom. i gave my girls the choice at two; underware, diapers or pull-ups. just left them out. one was potty trained in a week and there was one that held out until the week she turned 3. to me, they are potty trained until they say "i have to go" and you say "wait till we get home" and that's in 20 minutes. otherwise you'er the one that's trained to run to the bathroom all the time. schnappycat 9 years All of the kiddie potties gross me out, Renees3. I'm not looking forward to potty training. Ugh. Renees3 9 years Where does the pee go? This really grosses me out for some reason. PeachyKeen19 9 years My Prof for Abnormal Psychology had something to say about these "portable potties." They're not the best things for kids at all.