Primo EuroBath
Primo EuroBath

Best baby tub overall

A baby tub in its simplest form, the Primo EuroBath is a favorite among reviewers who appreciate its simplicity. The EuroBath is a basic tub, made of BPA-free plastic, has two seating positions: a higher, reclined position for newborns, and a roomer, deeper section for older babies and toddlers who can sit up on their own. At 36 inches long, it's one of the largest baby tubs you'll find, so it's not likely to be a good fit in a kitchen sink. Rather, most parents use it on a countertop or inside their adult bathtub. For storage, it can be hung on a hook in the shower or behind a door. If you prefer a more compact tub that can fit in a kitchen sink, consider the smaller The First Years Sure Comfort Deluxe Newborn-to-Toddler Tub with Sling.
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The First Years Sure Comfort Deluxe Newborn-to-Toddler Tub with Sling
The First Years Sure Comfort Deluxe Newborn-to-Toddler Tub with Sling

Compact baby tub with infant sling

The First Years Sure Comfort baby tub pairs a molded plastic tub with a detachable fabric sling. The sling lets you bathe newborns without submerging them in water. Once you remove the sling, the two position tub can be used by infants up to toddlers. Unlike the top-rated Primo EuroBaby, this baby tub is compact enough to fit into most kitchen sinks. However, we did read parent comments that it's a bit too snug for older babies and toddlers. This tub also provides a drain plug with a temperature indicator to alert parents if the water is too hot. Reviewers love the soft, mildew-resistant pads, although some say the temperature indicator isn't accurate.
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Leachco Safer Bather
Leachco Safer Bather

Baby bath pad for newborns

The Leachco Safer Bather features a soft, comfortable cushion that many reviewers find perfect for newborns. The grippy material makes it easy to bathe a squirmy newborn without having to hold the baby still. The head of this bath pad is elevated to keep water out of your baby's ears. Reviewers love the comfort and safety of the Leachco Safer Bather, and like the fact that it's easy to use. While some note that this bath pad develops mildew, others say hanging it to dry or placing it in the dryer after each use prevents this problem. Unlike a tub, however, parents say your baby will outgrow the Safer Bather rather quickly, so you won't be able to use beyond about nine months.
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