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(12 Posts)
laneydaye Thu 07-Apr-05 15:22:14

What do you think? didnt bother with ds
should i bother with dd?
how good are they?
and what age from?


louloubelle Thu 07-Apr-05 15:27:41

I thought my Tigex one was fab. Would definitely recommend it.

nailpolish Thu 07-Apr-05 15:29:49

didnt with dd1 but with dd2 i was really great cos they like to be bathed together and it was imposssible with out the seat

Newbarnsleygirl Thu 07-Apr-05 15:32:09

I love ours. It was only £6.99 from Argos and we've had it since dd was 7 months and we're still using it now and she's 18 months.

I would say it's one of them things I have found really useful.

anchovies Thu 07-Apr-05 15:33:27

We loved ours, he had it from about 5 months but by 11 months he could get out of it. Was great while we had it but he was a bit of a liability once he could escape from it.

laneydaye Thu 07-Apr-05 15:42:19

cheers everyone shes 5mths now but dosent sit solo yet..... do i wait till she does or will she be ok?

argos sound good!!


nailpolish Thu 07-Apr-05 15:58:38

my dd2 is 6 mths now and ive been using it for about 2 mths. i have one from toys r us.

its such a laugh bathing both of them together, esp when you have both hands free

laneydaye Thu 07-Apr-05 16:00:16

brilliant cos i bath dd and her bb whos 4 together but he says she gets in his way!!!!

jennifersofia Thu 07-Apr-05 20:12:14

Sorry, just to add to the mix, have to say it is the one thing that we really didn't use at all - only once. She would slump in it, it was hard to bath her bits, etc.

alfiesmum Thu 07-Apr-05 20:25:15

Sorry I have to agree with jennifersofia, I only used mine twice as my ds kept slipping forward and crushing his bits! looked very painful! Also found it hard to wash him

Fimbo Thu 07-Apr-05 20:28:33

I thought mine was great and ds loved it, only downside I found was as I live in a hardwater area, it got covered in limescale that was very hard to remove.

yoyo Thu 07-Apr-05 20:43:09

I didn't like them - found it easier to bath with the baby as long as DH was around to help with getting in and out.
A friend who had twins swore by the rubber rings with seats in (Floaties?).

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