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Primo EuroBath Review

Safe and sturdy with great design elements
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Price:   $35 List | $47 at Amazon
Pros:  Ingenious design, safe, sturdy, bathing fun, fits larger babies
Cons:  Big, best to use towel underneath a younger baby
Manufacturer:   Primo Baby
By Juliet Spurrier, MD ⋅ Mom-in-Chief  ⋅  Oct 29, 2015
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Our Analysis

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.

Bathtime can be good clean fun when you plan ahead and keep safety in mind.
Bathtime can be good clean fun when you plan ahead and keep safety in mind.

Likes


The most commonly cited likes for this product are:
  • The unique, contoured design helps fit baby snuggly in the bath
  • Big enough to bathe larger and older babies

Some parents find the addition of a towel on the bottom of the Primo can help improve comfort and stability for younger babies.
Some parents find the addition of a towel on the bottom of the Primo can help improve comfort and stability for younger babies.

Dislikes


The most commonly cited dislikes for this product are:
  • 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

The Primo takes up a significant amount of space and might be a no-go if your bathroom is small or lacks storage space.
The Primo takes up a significant amount of space and might be a no-go if your bathroom is small or lacks storage space.


Juliet Spurrier, MD