Summer Infant Comfort Height Bath Tub
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- Raised bath center, making it easier to bathe your child at the best height for you
- Newborn bath support provides a comfortable incline for baby, and can be placed in sink or bath tub
- Large tub size supports toddlers up to two years, 16 inchesH x 28.5 inchesW x 17 inchesD
- Sturdy platform safely raises baby to parent's level, later converts to stand-alone kneeler or step stool
- Locking tabs ensure a snug fit between tub and base
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I loved the idea of having a step stool to use later or sometimes with my older kids, but that’s the only thing I like about this tub. It’s not worth it as a thirty dollar step stool.
First off, packaging was awful, just cardboard wrapped around as though it had already been opened and returned. Not what I expect from Amazon.
The white portion can’t be used without the blue portion because it doesn’t have nonslip grips underneath. (See pics)
If it’s used on the blue part, however, it would not drain properly because the plug would be over the step stool and water would go everywhere between the white and blue parts. (See pics) so, I can’t use it on the sink counter as I always do when they are newborn to a couple months old.
And, the green part, although it has two small nonslip grips, ends up sliding some on the textured surface in the white tub. (See pics)
Returning this and trying a different brand.
1. My son was very uncomfortable. If you have a boy, his weight will cause his testicles and penis to be pressed up against the hard lump that is located next to the bottom padding. My son cried the entire time and he usually loves baths. I felt bad for hurting him and ended the bath short in order to stop the pain he was experiencing.
2. The drain design is flawed. You can only wash baby in the bathtub unless you want water to get all over your countertop and floor. The drainer is located between the bottom section and the middle section of the tub. There’s no proper path for water to escape. Usually, baby tubs are designed to allow water to flow directly down once you unplug the cap. Unfortunately, the designers did not include a hole in the bottom section, so the water becomes kinda stuck between the middle section and bottom section and just seeps into whatever exit or space it can find. Before I discovered this issue, I tried draining the water into the bathroom sink (I prefer to bathe my child on the countertop instead of the bathtub because of my bad back). I naturally assumed that if I placed the tub drain directly over my sink, that it would drain down into the sink. This was an absolute disaster. My countertop and bathroom floor became flooded with water. Very frustrating.
3. The stickers are nearly impossible to remove and there’s three huge ones INSIDE the tub. I don’t know whose idea it was to place them inside the tub but it’s frustrating to remove and also not safe for baby to bathe in water where ink is floating around along with adhesive.