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Primo EuroBath

*Est. $24
August 2009
by ConsumerSearch
Primo EuroBath

Best baby tub overall

  • Roomy interior
  • Simple design
  • Built-in drain
  • Can be used for newborns and toddlers
  • Bulky size
  • No hammock for newborns
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The Primo EuroBath is a favorite baby tub among reviewers who appreciate its simple, no-fuss design. This baby tub is one of the largest available, at 36 inches long and 10 inches deep, so it accommodates older and larger babies. The drawback is that it's too large to fit in a kitchen sink; rather, most parents use it on a countertop or inside a full-size adult tub. The EuroBaby bathtub's contoured bottom makes it easy to hold a baby or toddler in an ideal bathing position, while the non-slip surface prevents infants from sliding about. This baby tub also features a built-in drain, making it easy to empty after use. The EuroBath is lightweight and easy to clean. Unlike some baby tubs, the EuroBath lacks the convenience of a pad or hammock, which provides additional comfort and security for a newborn. If this feature is important, you might want to consider The First Years Sure Comfort Deluxe Newborn-to-Toddler Tub with Sling (*Est. $22), which has a removable hammock.

We found the best review of the Primo EuroBath in the book "Baby Bargains," although their discussion of baby tubs isn't as extensive as it is for other baby products., which also recommends the EuroBath, is another good resource for information on baby tubs, although each recommended model isn't discussed in detail. Nearly 750 consumers on provide informative reviews of the EuroBath, and detailed discussions of the EuroBath are provided by and the blog

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1. Baby Bargains

"Baby Bargains" provides a brief overview of baby tubs and offers recommendations. According to the authors, a basic baby tub is all you need. This short section highlights a handful of baby tubs and bath aids, with comments from editors and parents interviewed for the book.

Review: Baby Bathtubs, Denise and Alan Fields, Eighth edition, 2009


Editors discuss the different styles of baby tubs that are available, as well as features and safety tips. Top picks are then listed in each category, including the Primo EuroBath , which is named the best contoured tub.

Review: Baby Bath Tubs: Product Guide and Review of Styles, Features and Safety, Editors of


Nearly 750 consumers on comment on the Primo EuroBath, giving it an average rating of 4.5 out of five stars. Reviewers love the large size of this baby tub, although some say it's too large to be practical in their bathroom. Parents say that the contoured design helps keep an infant safely in place, and the EuroBath is easy to clean.

Review: Primo EuroBath Reviews, Contributors to


This review awards the Primo EuroBath a Bobby's Best designation. Although it's implied that this model is recommended over other baby tubs, competing models are discussed only in general terms. The editors do note that the large size of this baby tub can be inconvenient for storage.

Review: Baby Bathtub Review, Editors of


"Missy W.," a mother and blogger, recommends the Primo EuroBath, based on her personal experience with the product. However, she only compares the EuroBath with one other baby tub, which she fails to identify. She loves the fact that the EuroBath is constructed of plastic that doesn't contain bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical that has been the source of much controversy over possible health concerns. In addition, she notes that the plug doesn't function well.

Review: My Baby's Bathtub is Primo Stuff, "Missy W.", Feb. 2009

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