BoonNaked Collapsible Baby Bathtub

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What weabout it
An attractive, roomy tub that collapses and stores easily

Description


A collapsible, one-piece design offers an innovative, space-saving feature for an otherwise roomy baby tub. The Boon Naked has two positions: semi-reclined for younger babies who need support to stay above water, and fully expanded for older babies who can sit up on their own (in fact, this tub is big enough to take you well into the toddler stage). A built-in hook makes it easy to hang the tub to drip dry or store.

This tub won’t fit in most kitchen sinks, though you may be able to straddle a double sink with it or place it on a counter nearby. It’s more reliably used in a bathtub. Some users find the tub bottom can be slippery and recommend using it with a spongy bath pad or other grippy insert.

Specs


  • 18.25” x 33” x 6.5”
  • Two support positions for stages newborn to toddler
  • Collapsible design with hook
  • Rotating support brace for quick and secure positioning
  • Drain plug for quick, complete water drainage
  • BPA, PVC, and phthalate free

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Jeanne
April 9, 2019

This is easy to clean and folds flat which works great for my small bathroom. Worked great at the sink as well when I didn’t feel like bending over. I like the bottom drain feature. The legs are really not that challenging. You lift straight up and then bend down. I have had mine since 2016 and there has been no damage or malfunctioning. It does lack security for the infant, you really do have to have one hand on them until the child gets more muscular strength. A sponge or rolled towel fixes that, though, and it is a short window of time.


Valerie
January 27, 2019

It can be very slippery in the newborn position and we found ourselves constantly pushing our son up.


Juliette
January 18, 2019

Hard to pull out the legs and push them back in.


Jie
January 15, 2019

Not enough cushion to hold the newborn while bathing them.


Caitlin
December 14, 2018

It was a great countertop bathtub. We put it on our kitchen counters next to the sink, since ours wasn’t suitable for sink baths. I registered for the collapsible component and I loved it. It makes much more sense than a bulky tub.


Candice
November 12, 2018

It is bulky, not easy to use doing the newborn stage and then they outgrow really fast. It may work when sitting up but I would recommend something better.


Chelsea
October 3, 2018


Kimberly
July 16, 2018

The tub kept collapsing with my baby in it, causing a loud nice and frightening both her and I. I was disappointed in this product and would not recommend.


Nancy
June 23, 2018

Before I even got the chance to use it the hook broke and it fell off the wall. Would not recommend.


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