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Primo EuroBath Review

This sturdy option offers a great design, longevity, and is best for spacious bathrooms and those who don't mind a slicker surface
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Primo EuroBath Review (Some parents notice the addition of a towel on the bottom of the Primo can help improve comfort and stability for...)
Some parents notice the addition of a towel on the bottom of the Primo can help improve comfort and stability for younger babies.
Credit: BabyGearLab Staff
Price:  $60 List
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Manufacturer:   Primo Baby
By Juliet Spurrier, MD ⋅ Mom-in-Chief  ⋅  Oct 29, 2015
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RANKED
#2 of 9
  • Stability - 45% 9.0
  • Baby Comfort - 30% 6.0
  • Ease-of-Use - 15% 7.0
  • Portability - 10% 1.0

Our Verdict

REASONS TO BUY
Sturdy
Stable
Fits larger babies
Smooth plastic easy to clean
REASONS TO AVOID
Very large
Not easy to store
Slick interior

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Bottom Line Although it does not have anti-slip material on the interior, this stand-alone bathtub is considered the Cadillac among the competition, offering longevity, great design elements, and sturdinessA space-saving and travel-friendly bathtub that is easy to clean and folds to fit most standard sinksThis affordable tub is easy to use and supports babies with its cradle-like mesh that has a gentle recline and non-slip materialThe effort to keep this insert clean may deter parents, but this adorable and cushioned option is super comfortable for babiesThis convertible tub offers room to grow, built-in storage area, but has potential issues with stability and quality
Rating Categories Primo EuroBath Puj Tub Angelcare Bath Support Blooming Baby Bath The First Years Sur...
Stability (45%)
9.0
7.0
8.0
6.0
6.0
Baby Comfort (30%)
6.0
7.0
6.0
8.0
5.0
Ease-of-Use (15%)
7.0
6.0
6.0
5.0
4.0
Portability (10%)
1
9.0
5.0
5.0
4.0
Specs Primo EuroBath Puj Tub Angelcare Bath Support Blooming Baby Bath The First Years Sur...
Age Range Birth to 24 months Birth to 6 months (or 17 lbs) Birth to 6 months (or 20 lbs) Birth to 6 months Up to 25 lbs
Dimensions 21"W x 10"H x 37"L 25.2"W x 0.8"H x 26.4"L 13.5"W x 8.8"H x 21.8"L 32"W x 32"L 15"W x 7"H x 29"L
Tub Type Basin Sink Insert Mesh Support Sink Insert Convertible
Material Plastic Closed-Cell Foam Plastic Polyester and Polyurethane Foam Plastic
Doesn't Contain lead, phthalate, and BPA BPA & PVC Latex, BPA, Benzyl Butyl Phthalate (BBP), Diethylhexyl Phthalate (DEHP), Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP)
Hanging Storage Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Non-Slip Base No No Yes No No

Our Analysis and Test Results

The USA-made Primo Eurobath is a great baby bath for 0 to 2 years. With dimensions of 36" L x 21" W x 9" D, it has a unique design that helps safely prop young infants up for reclined bathing (a soft towel may be needed underneath a newborn's back) and a designated space for babies that can sit upright unassisted with molded contouring that helps keep both ages from slipping down into water. There is a plug for easy draining and two areas for bathing items like shampoo, body wash, sponges, and toys. It can be hung from the wall or behind a door for space-saving when not in use and is free of BPA, phthalates, and lead.

primo eurobath - bathtime can be good clean fun when you plan ahead and keep safety...
Bathtime can be good clean fun when you plan ahead and keep safety in mind.
Credit: BabyGearLab Staff

Likes


  • The unique, contoured design helps fit baby snuggly in the bath
  • Big enough to bathe larger and older babies

primo eurobath - some parents notice the addition of a towel on the bottom of the...
Some parents notice the addition of a towel on the bottom of the Primo can help improve comfort and stability for younger babies.
Credit: BabyGearLab Staff

Dislikes


  • Too big to fit smaller/younger infants
  • Needs material like a towel on the bottom to avoid baby's slipping
  • Bulky and takes up significant space to store when not in use

primo eurobath - the primo takes up a significant amount of space and might be a...
The Primo takes up a significant amount of space and might be a no-go if your bathroom is small or lacks storage space.
Credit: BabyGearLab Staff

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