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I didn't like this tub at all. Expensive & way too small for a toddler. No room for them to move around. It should indicate that this is best for infants. Try the inflatible tub from "One Step Ahead"...much better for toddlers.
By Dolores Cintron on September 17, 2013
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I got it for a 3-year old and it was much too small. I had to send it back. My 3-year-old is very tall for her age, so it really depends on how big the 2-year-old is. It looks bigger in the picture than it actually is.
By Deanne Lewis on July 26, 2015
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Hello sorry for the delay.
Mine is still inflated - it measures about 19" long. However, the little pillow makes it about 16" long as the pillow can't be removed. You can leave it un inflated but I think it would be bothersome. 13" wide. Hope this helps.

By Just M.E. on May 1, 2014
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Yes
By ezejermomdad on March 7, 2014
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This tub will be good. It takes a little energy to blow it up so youll want to leave it inflated of you can. Its non slip and makes for less worries with the baby
By Brittany Stiner on March 19, 2014
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No, it does not. It is pretty easy to pick up and pour out in tub though.
By MW74 on December 5, 2015
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I haven't but I would imagine that a couple of 1-2 yr olds side by side would fit fine.
By Amazon Customer on May 20, 2014
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I think so. My granddaughter is 21 months old, and maybe about the size of your grandson. After she enjoyed her tub here in TN, her mom got her one to use in FL, which she uses for each bath! We all love it, and so does the granddaughter.
By CSO on March 6, 2016
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No. You have to dump the water out. Then make sure you hang it up to dry.
By Rondi on December 3, 2015
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I noticed that the temp display had very subtle shading to distinguish between the heat settings. We depend on wrist dipping and a toy ducky which has a temp readout that is easier to see.
By Imeldawannabe on June 4, 2014