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Primo EuroBath Review

Safe and sturdy with great design elements
Editors' Choice Award
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Price:   $33 List | $25 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.

While the Primo EuroBath works for children up to 2 years old  smaller and younger babies might need towel support to keep them upright.
While the Primo EuroBath works for children up to 2 years old, smaller and younger babies might need towel support to keep them upright.

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