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swimming sling thingy?

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LaTrucha Mon 15-Sep-08 20:11:05

I remember seeing a sort of sling that you could put a baby in to go in the swimming pool. A friend of mine has recently had twins and it would make swimming trips a lot easier for her. However, now I can't find it.

I think I saw it on kiddiecare website BTW, if that helps.

geraldinetheluckygoat Mon 15-Sep-08 21:38:17

I think I saw this in the php catalogue.

isaidno Mon 15-Sep-08 21:45:51


LaTrucha Tue 16-Sep-08 14:21:15

Watertot - that's the thing! Thanks a lot.

Leoloopydoo Tue 16-Sep-08 14:35:31

I use these, not sure if you can get them in the UK though - they are really good.

LaTrucha Wed 17-Sep-08 14:38:01

Sorry Leoloopydoo - I though I'd posted a thankyou, but it must have got lost.


accordiongirl Wed 17-Sep-08 23:35:09

IMO for what it's worth, I wouldn't bother with this, unless you just use it for the getting dressed bit. It seems very expensive and you would be very limited how you could move in the water - bend your knees and you'd dunk the baby! You need two adults to swim with twins, I don't think there's any other way... Hope this doesn't sound negative, just dont' see point of spending lots of money on this. But, for the same price, you could get a pair of baby wetsuits. There's an ebay seller does these for around a tenner each, and we've found them very good! Hope this helps...

Leoloopydoo Thu 18-Sep-08 09:34:01

accordiongirl are you talking about the watertot or the swimtrainer? I agree that I wouldn't bother with the watertot but the swimtrainer is great, the babies float around in the water safely. I've taken my 3 dcs swimming on my own with the dts (1 1/2) in these and ds1 (3 1/2) in armbands, I wouldn't have gone with all 3 when they were tiny but would have had no problem going with the dts on my own.


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