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Safety 1st Tubside Bath Seat


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UPC052181443015
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000D9SR8
Best Sellers Rank #102,416 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8.6 pounds
  
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Product Description

Bathe baby in safety with the Safety 1st Tubside Bath Seat. Created to fit babies from 5 to 10 months of age, the seat attaches to textured and nontextured bathtubs and swivels for easier washing. The seat locks securely in place, features adjustable leg openings and is contoured and slip resistant. An elbow cushion makes bath time more comfortable for parents, too. Meets new ASTM standard. Made in USA.

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Customer Reviews

I used this from the time he was 5 months old and I LOVE LOVE LOVE it.
Colleen Gedraitis
Without an arm, the seat relied on suction cups which would or wouldn't stay 'stuck' on the bottom of the tub.
Loom With a View
The problem I have is that after I bought this I saw that it wasn't rated well by Consumer Reports.
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147 of 148 people found the following review helpful By Darren Jr.'s Mommy on September 30, 2005
My six month old son Darren Jr. has outgrown his infant bath tub...We have purchased this wonderful bath seat to introduce him to the "big boy tub" and he loves it...splashes and laughs the whole bath time...unlike the infant bathtub that caused the kitchen to "flood" (haha) when he splashed...

I am overwhelmed with things to say after reading reviews on this seat...

I noticed that alot of the complaints about this seat are from user error...

Things people have complained (c.) about and my opinion (o.)...

c. Seat does not fit their tub...

o. Common sense tells you that if you have a garden tub or anything like it...you shouldn't expect this product to fit...

c. Mildew forms in and on seat...

o. Where there's water... there's mildew...This is not a flaw in the product...

(To clean the seat...fill the tub with hot water and add some bleach and let it soak)OBVIOUSLY NOT WITH BABY IN OR AROUND TUB DURING CLEANING

c. Child gets stuck in seat...

o. Obviously if your supervising your child close enough...how would they beable to arrange their body in a way that they can get stuck?? The swivel option should be "locked" to prevent any injuries during bathing...

c. Child stands up (someone recommended a seatbelt)

o. Another common sense solution...If your child can pull up and out of this seat...they are to old for the seat...strapping a baby in water with a seatbelt sounds very unsafe to me...

c. Seat won't work without arm (someone said they took off arm because it wouldn't fit their tub)

o. Now this one made me the most mad...Who would buy a product and take it apart because it doesn't fit??...HELLO...It doesn't fit...bring it back...give it away...
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80 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Manny Hernandez HALL OF FAME on May 2, 2004
When our six-month old was an infant, we bathed him in a typical baby bathtub, but he outgrew that one rather quick (he is a tall/heavy boy) and it was beginning to become uncomfortable for him, so we recently got this tubside bath seat for him. He sits inside a ring that holds him (up to what age, still remains to be seen), has room for his legs to stick out, while it gives us room to clean his head and back, and we can rotate the ring with him inside as needed.
So far, he's loving it (I guess, the fact that it allows him to sit in water helps) as he can splash and play with his bath toys, while we can get him clean for his nightsleep. The two challenges we've found are cleaning his belly (since he's compelled to be pushing it against the front of the ring, trying to reach his toys) and getting him into the seat (getting his legs in the proper spots), but this last thing is something that almost ALL seating gear for babies have an "issue" with.
In any case, two words of advice:
1) Measure your bathtub, to make sure the seat fits it. I can see how some other reviewers might have had a hard time with this, since it doesn't seem to fit all sizes.
2) If you get it, when you use it, never leave your baby unattended, no matter how safe or great it feels (which it does!)
Otherwise, highly recommendable. Enjoyable for the baby, comfortable on the parents! :)
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Madison and Nathan's Mom on November 26, 2005
We have two babies- 11 months old and 22 months old. I'm really surprised to read the other reviews about their babies getting stuck and this not being big enough. Our 11 month old weighs 25 pounds and our 22 month old weighs 23 lbs. (He's a big baby and she's a petite toddler) Both children use this during bathtime and I've never had any trouble getting them in or out.

This tub is so sturdy and secure. I love that it attaches to the outside of the tub to keep it from moving around. A really excellent tub for using once your baby is sitting up- it allows them to safely play in the tub, splash around, etc. without slipping or sliding.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 18, 2004
Seems like a useful product, but when the elbow rest is placed over the edge of the tub, the little seat is not flush with the bottom of the bathtub. A bad pinching hazard. So I returned it and figured lots of people with standard bathtubs will have the same problem. The depth between edge of tub and bottom of tub was too great for even the tallest setting. A shame. Be prepared to return it if it does not fit.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Kelly Creeron on February 20, 2004
At least your child can't flip face forward into the tub if it looses suction on the botton of the tub. I thought this was be great for my daughter. She loves to sit up. The seat is reccomended for 5 - 10 months. My daughter will be 6 months next week. I found it difficult to get my daughter out of the ring after the bath. The seat didn't fit flush with the bottom of the tub. I did not like it. I will probably return it. I have only used it once so far.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 25, 2004
After receiving the older model which I call the "blue bathing ring" as a shower gift, I discovered that it would not work in my non-skid tub. I purchased the tubside bath seat because my son is over 20 lbs. and outgrew 2 baby tubs by five months. What I don't like about the seat is basically what has been mentioned already.
The seat is bulky, much more plastic than the older model which makes it difficult to clean hard to reach spots on the baby. You have to make sure you dump out any water which may remain the hidden parts of the seat.
The armrest gets in the way of bathing.
The baby's weight is supposed to make the seat push down, but until my baby got used to the seat he would slide forward causing the area between his legs to push up against the seat. I am constantly repositioning him, and he is a fairly good sitter. Plus, I can never get the right amount of water in the tub with this seat to really cover the area between his legs.
The seat is not awful, I still consider it a safe way to bathe your child if you are not comfortable hanging on to them in the big tub. I just wish that the older model worked in my tub. I use the "blue" ring at the grandparent's houses, and it is way easier to bathe my child.
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