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What do you think about the Cleanwater Baby Bathtub with Temp Reading?

(12 Posts)
milk Wed 10-Aug-11 19:35:14

http://www.thinkgeek.com/geek-kids/newborn-infant/e6d3/

Costing £55.75 it seems quite a lot, but is it worth it?

ProfessionallyOffendedGoblin Wed 10-Aug-11 19:40:11

I'm sorry.
I think it's hysterical and would go into my scrapbook of Parenting Your PFB.
Somehow I managed without one. smile

spout Wed 10-Aug-11 19:48:39

<snort>

a good bath for less than a fiver

then this for a quid

HTH

QueenOfFeckingEverything Wed 10-Aug-11 19:50:06

Over engineered piece of crap.

Total waste of money and resources.

Sorry but you did ask.

CMOTdibbler Wed 10-Aug-11 19:56:20

small baby = bath in kitchen sink
older baby = bath in bath.

easy eh ?

SecretNutellaFix Wed 10-Aug-11 19:56:58

Sorry, but seems more geared towards gadget freaks that practical parents.

Seems like you would spend more time fiddling with the settings than bathing the baby!

ProfessionallyOffendedGoblin Wed 10-Aug-11 19:58:07

Designed for the over-anxious mother?
Or the techno=geek father who would be more involved in parenting if there were more digital displays and buttons?

PippiLongBottom Wed 10-Aug-11 20:08:58

Ahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.

grin

Portofino Wed 10-Aug-11 20:18:57

My sister lent me a baby bath. I used it once. Hassle to fill, hassle to empty and dd was a slippery little thing. I bought one of those cloth "seat" things and bathed her in the bath. When she was bigger, I just put her in the bath with me.

Portofino Wed 10-Aug-11 20:23:53

Well I had a nice towelling thing on a frame but it was a few years back....One of these would work just as well.

WhatFreshHellIsThis Wed 10-Aug-11 20:41:36

John Lewis still do the towelling thing on a frame. They're brilliant.

www.johnlewis.com/230436396/Product.aspx

Portofino Thu 11-Aug-11 14:01:16

Yep - that's the thing. Agree that they are brilliant and leave both hands free for washing the baby.

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