Baby Gear Guides: Bath Tubs
weeSpring’s Top-Rated Bath Tubs
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The name rings true: transitioning the tub from newborn to toddler is a breeze. The newborn sling makes bathing an infant easy and keeps them from sliding around. This tub also fits over most sinks, giving your back a bit of a rest from having to lean over. It’s simple and doesn’t boast any over-the-top bells and whistles, and with a price point under $20, it’s really affordable.
The Catch: Some parents complain there are too many grooves that can trap water when draining.
Parents rave about the removable hump in the middle of this tub, which helps to keep younger babies from sliding down the tub, and it pops out when they’re big enough to sit up unassisted. It also has a drain, making it super easy to clean, and the no-slip cushion on the bottom provides a little extra traction so your little one won’t slip and slide as easily during splash sessions. It’s simple and absolutely adorable.
The Catch: Some have said the hump in the middle is a bit hard to remove
If you’re the type of parent that likes all the bells and whistles, then this is the tub for you. From the color coded temperature reading that beeps if too hot or cold (great for worrisome first timers) to the constant flow of clean water in and dirty water out, this tub has it all and then some. The seat can adjust for varying water levels, and the spout cover can be used again in the “big” tub to prevent bumps and bruises from the faucet.
The Catch: It’s a bit pricey for a baby tub.
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