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This £6.99 Pee Cup Is A Saviour For Parents On Long Journeys

This £6.99 Pee Cup Is A Saviour For Parents On Long Journeys

It's every parent's pet hate: sitting in the car in a traffic jam, miles from a service station, and hearing the dreaded words from your kids: "I need a wee".

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Thankfully, trusty Amazon has stepped in and saved us all from the nightmare of having to find a toilet at a moment's notice.

The OneDone portable potty costs just £6.99 and promises to put all those travelling toilet woes to an end.

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Acting not just as an "emergency toilet", but also as a potty training aid, the OneDone has two styles, one for boys and one for girls. It's described as "lightweight and easy to carry", making it ideal when you're on the move.

The products have handy sealing tops which are leak and spill-proof to avoid any mess, and are also easy to clean so you can keep taking them on family car trips for years to come.

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Amazon users are seriously impressed by the product, which has received 77 per cent five star reviews.

One mum wrote: "This is an excellent idea to keep in the car! My 3 and 5 year olds are sometimes desperate to go and there are no toilets around and rather than making them wait they can use this. It's very easy to use and the lid locks tight.

"We've had no leaks at all because the top is spill proof. It's easy to take apart and wash too. A must if you are traveling in the car with kids. Easy to just quickly stop and let them use this than hunting around for public toilets."

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Another left a very important warning: "Where was this 6 years ago when I was toilet training my eldest! It is so handy!, I highly recommend it... just make sure you tell your family and friends what it is as my mum nearly filled it with juice thinking it was a drinks bottle lol".

You've been warned...

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Deborah Cicurel is a freelance journalist at Tyla. She writes entertainment, travel and lifestyle content for a variety of print and digital titles.