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Fisher-Price Precious Planet Whale of a Tub
Baby will have a whale of a good time in this adorable bath center that grows from infant to toddler. A contoured "baby stopper" insert keeps your infant from sliding into the water. When your little one becomes a toddler, remove the "baby stopper" to reveal a deep basin with non-slip surface. Use the adorable baby whale toy for washing or play, and bath time will be a splish-splashin' blast!
Tub Accommodates Both Infants and Toddlers
The Whale of a Tub has an adaptable design that grows with your baby. By simply using the contoured infant insert, the tub is safe for infant use. As your child grows, remove the insert and give your toddler plenty of room to move around, splash, and play. The deep basin ensures that your toddler will feel safe and secure in the water.
Safe and Easy Use Gives Parents Peace of Mind
Featuring a soft-grip, non-slip foam surface that keeps your baby comfortable and in place, this tub is packed with features that delight both babies and parents. First, it's easy to fill up and drain thanks to the sturdy plug. Additionally, the infant insert helps keep your baby from slipping, ensuring her comfort and confidence in the water, so bath time is pleasant and relaxing. And because you can use the tub in the kitchen or in any traditional bathtub, you can give your baby a bath where and when it's most convenient.
Safety and Development Guidelines
This tub is meant to be used as either an infant or toddler tub. When used with the infant insert, the tub is safe from birth up to six months and can safely hold an infant weighing up to 20 pounds. After you remove the insert, the tub can accommodate a toddler weighing up to 25 pounds and is safe for use from six months and up, or whenever your baby is able to sit upright in the tub.
About Fisher-Price: Over 75 Years of Delighting Children with Fun, Safe Toys
subsidiary of Mattel, Inc., Fisher-Price manufactures a range of fun, educational, and developmentally appropriate toys for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. Founded in 1930 by Herman Fisher, Irving Price, Margaret Evans Price, and Helen Schelle, Fisher-Price has created approximately 5,000 different toys. Now headquartered in East Aurora New York, Fisher-Price's guiding principles haven't changed. The company still focuses on each toy's intrinsic play value, innovation, and safe and sturdy construction. Some of Fisher-Price's top-selling lines include the Little People toys, Power Wheels, and the Chatter Telephone, as well as an assortment of Disney, Sesame Street, and Barney toys marketed under the company name. Fisher-Price also designs and sells infant care products and electronic toys for preschoolers.
Haven't used this product yet as baby hasn't arrived yet - but so happy with the size and look of this product. So cute!Published 1 day ago by Stacey belding
As for a 7 lb newborn this still worked well on top of the kitchen sink, we didn't install the legs on the tub right away so that we could lay it flatter allowing more of the water... Read morePublished 7 days ago by aj&jj.ski
IT'S A WHAAAALE!!!!! This is an awesome bath for my new baby. I was a little disappointed that it didn't come with a net for when baby is really little, I think you must be able to... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Clare Russell
This tub was given to us secondhand and has survived both our boys. It's still going strong! We plan on using it for our next child as well. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Amber G.
Bought this for a friend for her baby shower, she absolutely loved it !Published 14 days ago by rollinjuliet
Way to cute and made of excellent material to last for my two daughters' every day baths.Published 17 days ago by Allan Araya Martínez
Used this from infancy into toddler-hood. It is one of those things that was a good buy. The fishy inspired my daughter to love her bath. Read morePublished 18 days ago by I. Lewis
Love this with the exception that the drain in the bottom is pretty pointless and the leg/stands won't stay on.Published 1 month ago by Alisa Kelley