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Munchkin White Hot Inflatable Duck Tub
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- The White Hot safety disc turns white when water is too hot
- Padded tub makes big tubs comfy for kids
- Great for travel, deflates and folds easily
- Textured bottom so baby won't slip
- Ideal for babies between 6 to 24 months
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The perfect solution was this inflatable duck tub. The first time I put this in our tub, filled it up & added daughters, they had a blast! They were laughing and squealing and splashing all over.
The sides are a great height for them to hold onto and keep themselves balanced and they are durable as well...even when both my girls lean on the same side it doesn't smoosh down.
This has really made bath time easier and more enjoyable for me and especially more enjoyable for them.
It only takes me about a minute to blow this up. I don't think the temperature dot works well, I think my girls would freeze if I payed attention to the dot but I always rely on myself to test the water, not any type of gadget anyhow.
I'm giving this 3 stars since it's worth buying if you don't have any other choices for an inflatable tub--these tubs are great when your baby has outgrown an infant tub and is able to sit unassisted but still not big enough for a full tub (since a slippery baby in a large, slippery tub is hard to hold, let alone wash!).
So this tub is better than nothing, but far more annoying than other tubs of this type. First, as other people have mentioned, the head and tail are enormous, which means that you can't fill it up directly from the tap! (The tail is smaller than the head, but still would require a tap that's at least 12 inches away from the wall.) I usually cup one hand at the bottom of the tap to make the water shoot out and into the tub (although a lot of it spills or runs down the tail of the duck and out into the main tub). Then I turn the faucet off so I can use both hands to wash baby. This means that I don't have clean water for rinsing the baby, so when baby is lathered I do an initial rinse with the soapy water, then sit the wet baby on my knee while I empty the tub (yes, my pants get soaked, so I just wear something that I plan to change later). There -is- a drain plug in the bottom of the duck tub, but it's far too slow, since the water pools under the tub, and the weight of the child and the water in the tub sort of pin it in place, preventing it from draining freely.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I wanted to love this. My daughter hates it. Everytime I put her in she cries.Published 8 hours ago by Fashionista
Do not hesitate to purchase one of these tubs. They are large and make bathing super safe compared to anything I've ever found. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by DeeArr1
In the pictures this bath looks a lot bigger than it actually is. The duck bath is way too small to bathe my 10 month old baby in. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
When our son grew too big for his infant tub (around 4 months) we tried just putting him in the full bathtub, but it was a struggle. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Bernice
Super adorable! Blows up easily and stays nice and firm! Baby loves it and knows its bath time when he see's it. We purchased this after baby grew out of his newborn bathtub.Published 10 days ago by malcolm phipps
Used this for my son two or three times before it started to deflate for no reason at all! Did a water test and found there is two or three small holes in it. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Javon Brown