Safety 1st Childs Bath  Safety Seat Asda instore  £5.00
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Safety 1st Childs Bath Safety Seat Asda instore £5.00

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Found 4th Oct 2009Made hot 4th Oct 2009
Safety 1st Childs Bath Seat, in primary colours, great buy at £5.00 instore at Asda while stocks last

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Hi there, many thanks once again, cheers

these little items are a godsend..

Yep this is good at keeping the little un safe, You should get so good use out of this as our 26 month old still fits in his.
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great price, i had one of these in yellow... dont put your LO in it the wrong way though... i did accidently and she got very stuck :oops:

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great price, i had one of these in yellow... dont put your LO in it the … great price, i had one of these in yellow... dont put your LO in it the wrong way though... i did accidently and she got very stuck :oops:



I'm calling social services.

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I'm calling social services.



LOL she is out now had to get the neighbour to help

Good price. My little man was hopeless with a seat like this though. As soon as he could sit up and use it all he did was try and climb out all the time, lol.

I have one of these for my daughter and the suction pads are really bad doesn't seem to stick to bath. Have had another one in the past with my other children and it worked fine. Don't know if I got a duff one

our suction pads were the opposite, we broke one because we couldnt get it out of the bottom of the bath :lol:

I got one of these at Tesco recently fo £5 and some pennies in their clearance bit so HOT from me - haven't used it yet so great to read good reviews!!

Personally, we didn't get on with it.

Requires full bath, (i.e. not suitable for baby bath), so requires more water (even though it's to a low level).

Difficult getting DS in. Difficult getting him out!

Always on the move, so as soon as he could sit, that was it. Now with standing, baths are great, if he stays in it!

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I used one for my 3 BUT having heard recent problems with them and what can and has happened with these things I personally wouldn't touch them. Interesting also that Mothercare no longer sells them!

Lot of drownings caused by unsupervision of babies in bath - I guess some parents see these things as a pair of hands if they need to go and get a towel, answer fone, get clean clothes etc I guess so long as babies are 100% supervised there's little chance of anything going wrong. Not trying to scare anyone but if a major baby retailer has stopped selling them, you can't help but wonder why.

Got something similar from Mothercare - the aquapod. It's so much more softer as this one apparently can scrape babys legs whilst taking them out. Read the reviews and decided to pay a bit extra for the aquapod.

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Got something similar from Mothercare - the aquapod. It's so much more … Got something similar from Mothercare - the aquapod. It's so much more softer as this one apparently can scrape babys legs whilst taking them out. Read the reviews and decided to pay a bit extra for the aquapod.



I got something similar from toys r us and the hard plastic was quite sharp at the edges - and looked to be causing baby some discomfort round his thighs. Not worth it - even at a fiver

I went all the way to my local Asda to pick one of these up last night and they are selling it at £10 ..

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Lot of drownings caused by unsupervision of babies in bath - I guess some … Lot of drownings caused by unsupervision of babies in bath - I guess some parents see these things as a pair of hands if they need to go and get a towel, answer fone, get clean clothes etc I guess so long as babies are 100% supervised there's little chance of anything going wrong. Not trying to scare anyone but if a major baby retailer has stopped selling them, you can't help but wonder why.



:thinking: me thinks your right -- but why would you leave any babies in a bath alone even for a min ? if they were in the seat or not is beyond me - my 2 year old would have used one of these to climb out the bath on and escape -- and that's with me in the room lol!!

Well I wouldn't leave a baby unsupervised but peeps do, they sometimes see these things as an alternative to actually being there with baby. Unfortunately as the accident findings prove....common sense sometimes seems to fly out of the window...I always had bath towels prepared, used to let the fone and door go unanswered at bath time. Even now when my 8 year old twins are in the bath I'm upstairs in the next room....just in case!

I agree, they do slightly scrape LO legs when getting them in and out - especially if they do not want to be in it lool!!

Am voting hot as I paid £10 for this in Asda not so long ago.

However, I don't think I like it. Not very comfy, fiddly getting bubs in/out of it and you need to be careful when he is in (especially if your little one is a 'he' as the bar between his legs is a tad dodgy should he slip) - we wrapped a flannel around it).

Don't think we'll be using it much - would rather have the LO in the bath with me so I can hold him up.
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