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Infant Bath Seat
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Perfect for nervous new-parent hands, this reclining bath seat supports your baby in an upright position so that you never have to worry about their head slipping underwater during their first few months of bathing. And using it in the kitchen sink means no more having to bend over a bathtub! Designed for infants up to six months old, 28" long and 18 pounds.
Why it's a giggle pick Easy to use and totally affordable, this infant bath tub from Eurobath is the perfect registry pick.See Full Details
Meets the following giggle Criteria:
the giggle criteria: We've narrowed down the choices by picking only the best products out there. In other words: if we sell it, we love it, and we think you will, too! Each year, we talk to tons of parents to find out what's most important to them when it comes to baby and kids products. The result? Every product we offer goes through a rigorous selection process and must meet at least three of the following criteria to be included in our assortment:
MaterialBPA-free, PVC-free plastic resin
Dimensions12" x 10" x 24"
--Newborn - 6 Months
--Up to 18 lbs.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 33 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by tbayer Awesome bath seat!! This bath seat is perfect for babies who can't sit yet. We tried 2 before this one and while they were ok at getting the job done this one makes bath time enjoyable for the parent and baby. They can actually sit up and kick and splash and look around. It's not too big & can be easily stored and the price is right!! October 5, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 Best Buy This bath seat is absolutely amazing and so inexpensive ($12 is a total steal). I started using it in the sink when my son is a newborn and now as an active (splashing and kicking) 5 month old he still loves it in the tub! December 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 Perfect bath from birth to 2 months! This bath is perfect for newborns. I used this for my son from birth to about 2 months. (Maybe smaller babies would get longer use out of it.) It fits perfectly in my kitchen sink. It keeps your little one in a slightly reclined position while bathing which is very helpful. Some of the larger tubs are just too big for newborns and its a challenge to keep them upright while scrubbin' all their little parts. It doesn't fold but it is fairly small for a tub. I simple made a space for it under my kitchen sink to store it while not in use. This is definitely not a long term toddler tub but for $12 it's totally worth the investment for a few months of use!! March 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by pandaNYC Very useful for newborns This simple and inexpensive little tub is perfect for newborns and small babies. It's comfy and just the right size. It doesn't fold up for storage but it's small and when you outgrow it you don't feel bad getting rid of it because it was only $12. March 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by BoerumHillMom Perfect for Newborns I loved this for both my boys. Creates a safe, comfy spot to relax in sink. Makes bathing a small baby so easy you both can just enjoy the tender moment that passes too soon. Both my boys used it until they wanted to sit up in the tub on their own. March 18, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by chalkanddot Perfect for Apartment Living We have one bathtub with a shower door instead of a shower curtain, and a teeny bath sink with a faucet that prevented us from using the Puj tub. This tub fits perfectly in our kitchen sink, and our baby loves it! She can kick and flail all she wants, and I don't have to stress about having my hand holding her up constantly. I highly recommend it! March 7, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brit5 Easy to use This was a gift and it rocks! We use it in our kitchen sink and it makes bathtime very easy for nervous first-time parents. The baby is held securely. June 3, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by coloradoinjune So great! This made bathing our son so much easier. You buy a lot of worthless gear as you prepare for a baby but this was a great purchase and at $12, a total steal. We used this in our kitchen sink and then in the toddler bath. Our child was 11lbs at birth so he was hard to handle when wet from the very beginning. Being able to reclined him meant that we could cover more of his body with warm water while still being able to keep his head out for the water. I always felt like it was sturdy and never worried that it would collapse or fall over. We used it up until he was 9 months old and well over 22lbs (longer than advised in the packaging). May 6, 2011
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Q:Hello, Is this Infant Bath Seat JPMA-Certified, or what safety testing/standards has it met, please? Thank you very much!
A:The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) introduced the first regulating standards in May 2010 for infant to toddler bath seats (speciffically used from ages 5 to 10 months to aid an infant seated in a upright position, often called "bath rings"), however infant-only bath seats are not subject to CPSC, or JPMA, testing. giggle's Primo Infant Bath Seat is carefully labeled with best-use and safety practices to help guide all new parents and caregivers who may not yet be 100% comfortable with bathing squirmy, slippery, wet little newborns.
Q:Do I need to purchase a lining so the baby won't slip or is it safe to use without the lining of any kind?
A:Nope – you sure don’t. This seat is safety graded exactly for use as sold. While it’s true that some people do add a small foam liner, based on customer feedback and reviews we have found that most end up not using it and some types can create opportunities for mold that we of course want to help avoid.
Q:Hi what are the dimensions of this bath seat.I'm trying to see if it will fit in my sink. Thanks.
A:The distance front to back at the base of the tub is 16.5-17 inches. If you measure the distance from front to back from the lowest (front) to highest (back) position the total length is approximately 22 inches. The tub measures 9 ¼” from the sink to the highest point.
Q:We are a hospital seeking baby baths, but without foam of any kind in the tub.
Does this infant bath seat have foam?
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