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is your bath comfortable?

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sisterofcaleb Sat 22-Feb-14 08:34:32

Just having a bath at my mums. He bath is quite comfortable but I still find the back quite steep. We are getting a new bathroom so will be looking soon. Does anyone have a really comfy bath? Maybe with an integral shallow back rest opposite end from taps...or curved interior... Not really sure what to Google!

Thanks so much.

lljkk Sat 22-Feb-14 08:38:56

No, it's too wide. It takes literally twice as much water to fill as the old bath. Even if you don't care about waste or cost, it just takes too long to fill up.

Good for 2 adults together, I suppose. wink

mousmous Sat 22-Feb-14 15:09:04

very. we even sat in it in store. it's insulated and keeps the water warm for a long time and doesn't feel cold on your feet when taking a shower on a cold winter's morning.

it's this one

hootloop Sat 22-Feb-14 15:12:34

Mine isn't it is a stupid short space/water saver one. I hate it, the bath it our old house had a shaped end so it was a bit like when a sporty car seat wraps around you. I have looked everywhere for one like it but never found one.

ShoeWhore Sat 22-Feb-14 16:49:58

No - my bath is too short so you always end up with a bit of you sticking out of the water! It really annoys me.

sisterofcaleb Sat 22-Feb-14 17:05:53

Oooh I want to know what your old one was hootloop.. that sounds good! I'm sure you do too ;)

Thanks all, and for the link, like the idea of an insulated one.

Ilikecooking Sat 22-Feb-14 21:53:12

I have a Villeroy & Boch Squaro that is really long (1800mm) very comfy, stylish and even has a pillow.

It's also insulated and I often underestimate how hot it actually keeps the water to the point where I have to add cold.

The taps are on the wall above the bath in the centre so I don't lose any 'bath' to the taps if that makes sense.

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