Y3154 Features: -Newborn to toddler tub.-Comfort and convenience parents and growing babies need in a tub.-Deep ergonomic design holds baby better for bathing.-Parents will love that it fits in both single and double sinks.-Mildew-resistant pads make for a cleaner bath. Color/Finish: -Special drain plug changes color to alert parents if the water is too hot for baby.
The name rings true: transitioning the tub from newborn to toddler is a breeze. The newborn sling makes bathing an infant easy and keeps them from sliding around. This tub also fits over most sinks, giving your back a bit of a rest from having to lean over. It’s simple and doesn’t boast any over-the-top bells and whistles, and with a price point under $20, it’s really affordable.
The Catch: Some parents complain there are too many grooves that can trap water when draining.
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This tub works great! Bathing infant/baby is pretty easy with this tub and each side accommodates baby depending on their ability to sit or not. It's also easy to clean which adds to its awesomeness.
May 03, 2018
A simple, no fuss bath tub that fits over most double sinks to get the job done! Your child lays down one way or sits up facing the other way per the size guide stamped into the plastic. Easy to use.
Apr 25, 2018
Purchased this for our babe to come. It is a bit bulky, but i feel like it fully supports the baby while in bath. Baths are slippery and this one feels safe. We got ours for $4 as well. Good product.
Oct 26, 2017
Only tub I have ever used and no complaints. Good size, doesn't slip in tub. Easier to use once baby can sit. Infant sling is not completely supportive so I still had to hold baby with one hand.
Aug 09, 2017
This tub is great! I have the newborn sling insert as well, that works well for sponge baths before baby's umbilical cord is healed up. The tub allows for splashing, while keeping baby safe and secure
Jul 26, 2017
Got this as a hand-me-down, but wish I had a different one. I find that when it's filled with water, it's hard for my LO to keep his bottom in the groove, he wants to float up over it and slide down.
Jul 14, 2017
Classic and practical. We definitely got enough use out of this to justify spending $20. We transitioned out of this as soon as my girl could sit up, though, because she wanted to dive out.
May 30, 2017
The middle groove (hump) for infant side sits in an awkward place causing baby to slide all over. Detinitely would not put this under a sink as it lacks sturdiness and safety for infants IMO.
Apr 13, 2017
Worked fine, used it from nb to 8 months or so. Didn't seem to drain fully so we always turned it upside down after we were done. Safe enough for bathing young babies and good price point though.
Mar 11, 2017