Angelcare soft touch baby bath supports in pink or blue were £24.99 now £15.99 - pink has free delivery @ Argos
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Angelcare soft touch baby bath supports in pink or blue were £24.99 now £15.99 - pink has free delivery @ Argos

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Found 7th May 2017
Angelcare soft touch baby bath supports now reduced from £24.99 to £15.99 as part of the Argos baby event. They have great reviews and I have just bought one for my impending arrival after having a uselesss foam one last time. These are reduced to £19.99 in the Asda baby event and £16.67 in the Tesco baby event so they are the cheapest around at the moment.
They come in either pink or blue but weirdly they are offering free home delivery on the pink one but not the blue.

Pink HERE
http://media.4rgos.it/i/Argos/2144641_R_Z001A?$Web$&w=1240&h=1116

Blue HERE
http://media.4rgos.it/i/Argos/5727694_R_Z002A?$Web$&w=1240&h=1116
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Paid 25.99 October 16
Good deal!
Can vouch for these, much better than the foam types. Heat added.
Same price on Amazon
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wheelerdealer87

Same price on Amazon


Exclusive to Amazon Prime members at this price though
We got this for our 11 week old and it's great! He loves it and can kick and splash away. Bath times have become much easier and more fun for him. The only downside is you use a lot of water with this in a proper bath to get the water to come up to a level where there backs are in the water. Fine if one of you jumps in the water after though so not as wasteful.
emribena

Exclusive to Amazon Prime members at this price though



True.
Discrimination against boys
These are great, my first daughter loved hers, the second will be going in it soon!
cazcol21

We got this for our 11 week old and it's great! He loves it and can kick … We got this for our 11 week old and it's great! He loves it and can kick and splash away. Bath times have become much easier and more fun for him. The only downside is you use a lot of water with this in a proper bath to get the water to come up to a level where there backs are in the water. Fine if one of you jumps in the water after though so not as wasteful.



What we`ve done is bought a baby tub that would fit the Angel care in and used that. Our baby switched to the baby tub at the age of 5 month.

brought this, didn't like it, didn't seem to fit safely in the bottom of the bath, too big and crap. brought a normal plastic bath instead
frozenreyn

Discrimination against boys



I'm going to assume this isn't a crap attempt at humor as there's nothing to suggest that's the case.

I didn't realise that boys, especially sub-12 month old, are incapable of using pink items.
We bought one of these for our now 4 week old - used it a few times and its great. Much easier to use than tummy tubs etc like we had with our first child, as you can put them in it and keep both hands free to wash them and grab towels.
Highly recommended!
These are also reduced to £15.99 at mamasandpapas, as picked one up the other week
mamasandpapas.com/en-…00/
These are amazing! Turns bathtime into an activity for them rather than a chore, my twins used to love kicking and splashing in these!
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