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Safety first bath seat only £6.52 @ Tesco Direct
Safety first bath seat only £6.52 @ Tesco Direct

Safety first bath seat only £6.52 @ Tesco Direct

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These are selling for around £10 (with postage) on ebay second hand- new on ebay around £12.99 with £4.50 postage and £22.97 on Amazon. I know that not so long ago they were retailing at £5.00 in Asda in the baby event but now that's finished this is the next best price. Have it delivered to your local tesco to avoid paying delivery charges.

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These retail in John lewis, boots, asda and tesco to name a few for around £10 as standard so not sure why they're going for so much used on ebay?! Also those on Amazon are marketplace sellers from what I can see, that said, £6.52 isn't a bad price if you can save on delivery so heat from me

These come highly recommened and should last a fair while, our lad fitted in his till he was over 2 so got a fair bit of use out of it.
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I dont understand why people need these seats. My son is 13 months old & we've never had one. When he was small we just lay him in the bath & now he sits in it.

these are brilliant,had one with my last child - just ordered another one hot!!!!

would highly recommend these. It let my little one sit unaided by me in the bath so we could splash around and have fun without me having to hold her up and worring about her falling when we were playing have some heat

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i've just looked and these are still in stock. I used my clubcard vouchers to pay for mine so mine was free!

I read a story in a magazine last week about a baby who got stuck in one of these and had to be freed by the fire brigade - he got two legs in one hole - god knows how!!

Good Price :-)

I dont know what the crack is with Ebay sometimes - Our bath seat cost me about £4 in the Argos sale 2 years ago and i sold it for £6odd on Ebay - i thought it was a one off but obviously not.
Who the hell are these people? Not UKHD members - obviously! lol

alisonhockey34;7952984

I dont understand why people need these seats. My son is 13 months old & … I dont understand why people need these seats. My son is 13 months old & we've never had one. When he was small we just lay him in the bath & now he sits in it.



What's wrong with the kitchen sink? We were so poor we couldn't afford a bath lol.

do these have a non slip base, we had one like this but my little boy kept sliding forward and getting his bits squashed??

alisonhockey34;7952984

I dont understand why people need these seats. My son is 13 months old & … I dont understand why people need these seats. My son is 13 months old & we've never had one. When he was small we just lay him in the bath & now he sits in it.



Agreed, waste of money.

Bathtime is fun and, if you use enough water, baby will float. They love it and start to kick their legs etc. Sitting in a chair restricts their movement and makes them harder to clean.

Avoid.

we have had one for our 2 little ones, and I must agree this is an unnecessary item and will only add to the clutter in your house. It is probably most useful as a monument to parental over-anxiety

Bought one - cheers OP!

We use a Tummy Tub currently (]linky), but he's getting a bit big for it now. However - the "big bath" was a bit slippery for him to settle in, so this will help :thumbsup:

I dont rate these seats my daughter used to be able to get out of it when she was 6mths old.

We bought one for my 9 month old Son who is a real wriggler and he stands up with it so I don't trust it! Good idea for the quieter, less wrigglesome babies perhaps!

dr.met.ty;7996057

we have had one for our 2 little ones, and I must agree this is an … we have had one for our 2 little ones, and I must agree this is an unnecessary item and will only add to the clutter in your house. It is probably most useful as a monument to parental over-anxiety



I dunno. Looks like it might make a nice ornamental planter for the garden lol.

Like most baby products these are only useful for a short period of time. I used mine from when they were too big for a baby bath but not steady enough to sit themselves (probably from 5months till 8 months). Once baby is crawling and wriggling about your better without it.

Never had one with my eldest but now we have two it is very helpful and joint baths are manic! so it's useful to have a support to stop the youngest face-planting into the side of the bath!
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