The Primo Eurobath for infants and toddlers is an ingenious design and one of my favorite items we bought for our son. We didn't have a tub when we gave him his first full immersion bath, so we used the kitchen sink, something a lot of parents do! Although it was cute and all, it was really hard! My husband held him while I washed him and he wasn't too happy about it. This bothered me because I really wanted to start a bedtime routine of a bath every night … more
My son is three now, but we used this bathtub for him until he was about 1 1/2 and it was a great product. It's basically all one piece so it doesn't require any assembly or generate worries about collapse. When the baby is little you lie him down in one spot--when he gets bigger you sit him up in the larger space. It's totally easy to use--a little bulky to move, but no big deal even for me, and I'm just short of 5 feet. Sometimes we'd use an inflatable pillow under his head, but you don't … more
The Eurobath combines safety, style and functionality, to be used for the first weeks of a baby's life up to age two. The unique design allows for different bathing positions as a child grows. The bath features a distinct anatomical shape which keeps baby in the ideal bathing position and prevents baby from slipping under the water. The EuroBath is larger than most baby baths, measuring approximately 9 inches deep in the middle, just less than 3 feet from end to end, and approximately 21 inches wide. It has a built-in drain and two areas for soap, shampoo & a sponge. Available in white or mint green.