Safety 1st Swivel Bath Seat for £10.00 @ ASDA Direct
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Safety 1st Swivel Bath Seat for £10.00 @ ASDA Direct

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Found 2nd Sep 2012
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The Safety 1st Swivel Bath Seat is a sit-up bath seat with 360 swivel rotation and locking mechanism to secure it into the desired position. Four suction cups with patented release tabs ensure it remains secured to the base of the bath at all times. Features: Suitable from 6 months to 12 months, Ergonomic shape to support baby's back, Sea horse toys will keep baby entertained whilst being bathed, Unique and patented 360 degrees swivel allows the carer to gently turn the baby in the seat to access and wash those difficult to reach areas, making bath time much easier, 4 independent suction pads on the base ensure stability and security when installed in the bath This swivel chair should not be used before your child can sit unaided (approximately 6 months) or after your child is able to stand (approximately 12 months).
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We found these seats to be very uncomfortable for our son, leaving red marks on his legs. Perhaps he was a little big for it (although comfortably within the age range). Good deal but not a great product from our experience.

For a tenner looks worth it. ?. What type of material is it made from? Is it padded at all? may get one for 4 month old grand daughter? Thanks for your comment please let me know if its worth bothering

drifta

We found these seats to be very uncomfortable for our son, leaving red … We found these seats to be very uncomfortable for our son, leaving red marks on his legs. Perhaps he was a little big for it (although comfortably within the age range). Good deal but not a great product from our experience.

It does the job and little one seems happy in it, has been this price for a while.
We have one , Is made of plastic and does not have any padding , our wee man has been quite comfy in his and it's definitely a helping hand when trying to get him washed , for anyone that is not in a major hurry for one I would wait till towards the end of the baby event when the items get reduced ( we got ours for £5 and im sure they were further reduced by the end).
Excellent product and very handy, specially when there are two little 'uns to look after in the bath.
we had one of these for our boy when he was a baby, he loved it! best thing we every bought, sturdy, clean and fun. i remember paying around £20 for his and that was 9 years ago
I used my hands to hold both my children when they bathed. It was free!!
Thanks all... Seems like we will get one then
I got this my son last year for £10 and it's awful !!! I would not recommend this my son was 6 months of age and he got stuck in the bath seat until I had my family from work as I had to call them and sit with him while he was screaming I felt so awful my son had bad bruises and there's no padding and it left loads of marks on my son. I then got my son a something Jayne bath seat where the front come forward so he couldn't get stuck in it and also he loved it!! Worst bath seat ever would never let my son near it he's now too old anyway but worst time ever when he got stuck. Voted cold as its the most awful baby item I've seen and brought. I think it's always £10 as well also.
Denziloshamen

I used my hands to hold both my children when they bathed. It was free!!



at the same time? We didn't have one when we only had one child, but when the second came along we found this to be very useful.
We didn't bathe them together, simple. It's only because parents try and do two things at once that items like this exist. If you organised yourself properly, got all the items you need, soap on sponge, towel laid out, BEFORE you put your baby in the bath you won't need to let go and go reaching around the bathroom for bits and pieces.
I have got one of these for my daughter who is now 6 months old. Had one of the reclining bath seats first for whilst she was younger & could not sit up. Would recommend both products. Got the seat for £6 at Asda about 3 months ago. They are not padded, just moulded plastic, but my baby seems comfy enough in there. No idea what the previous commenter is on, but this enables my baby & toddler to sit together in the bath & play independently which they love. My 6 month old does not want to be held all the time, she wriggles away from me & is inquisitive & independent. If I am in the bath with her then I don't often bother with the seat but when I am not it is much easier to be hands free.
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