Safety 1st Sink Snuggler Baby Bather, Green
- Contours to your kitchen sink for comfy bathing
- Adjusts easily to fit most standard kitchen sinks
- Unfolds for easy drying, storage and travel
- Hangs to dry
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1. At the time we lived in an apartment, so since it has velcro and can be flat, I thought it would store easily. It really doesn't. It kinda retains its shape anyway, and takes up the space.
2. I thought it would hold the baby's weight. It doesn't. It's sides are too flimsy and you have to CONSTANTLY be watching and supporting your baby. I tried it in the tub, I had to basically hold the baby tub between my legs to keep him from slipping into the water. The fact that it is so flimsy means if the baby so much as MOVES he gets water in his ears, even if the level of water is perfect.
3. I thought it would protect him from the sides of the sink when using the sink to bathe him. It doesn't. This is because it doesn't FIT in any sink I have had. This includes bathrooms and kitchen, at two houses. All different types of sinks. So, even if you can manage to prop it up in the sink you have, since the sides crumble, it does you no good. And once your baby is old enough to kick in the tub, forget it. Then he can easily kick it down, push it into a long oval (scary, because then he's deeper into the water) move it around, and it becomes even more hazardous. If the sink is smaller, the design of this still does not work because it does not drain!
4. I thought it would drain out easily and let you rinse the baby easily because it has holes in the four corners where the sides meet. In actuality, it doesn't drain that easily at all. It holds water pretty well. So, at the end of the bath, you have to take it out by picking up the baby, and then refill... or just take it out and rinse your baby in the sink.Read more ›
gave him a bath this morning, let him feel the water, filled the tub a bit, and yes it does float, though i started filling the sink with the tub already in, so it wasn't too bad, and my son is a big boy (at least 26in, over 15lbs), so it sank right in once he was in it.
he did also slip around a bit, but since i had my hand on him and could correct it, or just not let him flop all the way over, it wasn't that bad. and since he wasn't crying, which caused me stress, i'm not complaining at all. it was the easiest bath he's had, a bathed him longer than normal because he was content, and both of us are happy!
it could definitely use some contouring in the mold to avoid the slip issue a bit, or maybe even some sort of safety strap that cuts out of the tub and velcros across baby, but i managed without.
i think my son was comfortable and felt secure in it.
We introduced it about about 2 weeks of age, and it lasted until about 3 months of age, maybe less. The foam was not sturdy at all, we quit using it when he hit about 13 pounds because the sides would cave in if he moved around at all. More often than not, it would give in, and he would be wedged inside of it in the bottom of the sink.
The foam is really flimsy, and gets gouges/scratches easily. The velcro started coming unsown.
Pros: It's cheap.
Cons: It's cheap.
Invest your money in the puj tub if you want this style.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Super easy to use. Makes bathing the baby easy! Folds completely flat.Published 1 month ago by Carrie K.
Don't buy this no matter how small your budget! My poor daughter flops around and constantly slinks down lower and lower. Read morePublished on December 8, 2013 by JulieB
This didn't fit properly in our kitchen or bathroom sinks and would shift/rock/float if the baby moved around, making it rather dangerous. Read morePublished on May 23, 2013 by MCC
We use it in our kitchen sink and just love it. It supports our 4 month old well and is easy to clean and store.Published on March 6, 2013 by TaraH