BOON Naked Bañera Evolutiva (Blue)
- Provides two support positions for stages newborn to toddler
- Collapsible design and hook make storing easy
- Recline position cradles newborn, which helps keep their head above water
- Fully-expanded basin accommodates infants and toddlers
- Rotating support brace for quick and secure positioning
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Sleek smart and made to support your growing baby in numerous ways Naked is a bathtub like no other You can count on it from newborn to toddler Recline it expand it drain it collapse it and hang it up to dry
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We started using it with our newborn at about a week old. The plastic surface is slick, and a young baby would probably slide around too much. We placed a $5 infant bath sponge in the tub and set the baby on that, and have been really happy with the combination. I STRONGLY RECOMMEND USING A SPONGE INSERT WITH THIS TUB, especially for really young babies.
***WARNING!!!! There is a metal bar that can elevate one end of the tub, for bathing infants at an incline. Many other reviewers have commented about the unsafe design of the tub, with the infant bar collapsing. We used the tub for a couple of weeks with no issue, then experienced this. The infant bar on the underside of the tub hadn't been fully locked into place (it snaps into a molded plastic groove on the underside of the tub), so when the baby was placed in the tub, the elevated end dropped about 6". Baby wasn't injured at all, just startled. It was a user-error, and completely preventable, but it was caused by a poor design - the metal bar can be extended and rests against the groove, holding the tub in the elevated infant position, but it won't support weight unless it's securely snapped in. It doesn't become "unsnapped" on its own, so I wouldn't say it's unsafe, but parents and caregivers should definitely double-check to make sure that it's snapped in before putting a child in the tub.
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I've been using this tub for several months now. At about 4 months old, we stopped using the incline position with bar. We pop out the bottom so that the entire surface is flat, fill it to the top of the white section, and lay the baby flat (with no sponge). She slides around a little when kicking & splashing, but seems to enjoy the movement. I love that it collapses, and that it's easy to clean - but I definitely think the infant support bar is a design flaw that needs to be fixed.
Purchased: February 22, 2015 (baby was 3 months at the time, still in use to date)
1) Suction Hook
- Hook broke so I bought suction hooks to hold it up in our shower. (see picture)
- bought suction hooks from Amazon (see picture)
- Based on my experience and many others who have reviewed, the hook can break easily. Mine broke while it was just hanging behind the bathroom door. Boon does not offer replacement hooks.
- depending on how you use the tub (we use it inside of our shower tub), you may want to buy a stool (preferably collapsible to save space) so you can sit comfortably next to the tub when bathing your baby
3) Sponge or grippy insert
- If you're using it when your baby is young, it'll help to put in a grippy or spongey insert so your baby doesn't slide around in the tub
1) Collapsible - easy to store and takes up minimal space
2) Hangable - comes with a hook to easily hang tub to dry however, hook can break (see tips above). This is huge because it takes minimal space and allows it to dry quickly avoiding any type of mold build up from stagnant water.
3) Drain - comes with a drain towards lowest portion of tub to easily drain water
4) Perfect shape and size - its large enough for babies to play in and have room to move around, but small enough to use within normal shower tub
1) Hook breaks easily based on my and others' experience
1) When inclined for infants position, the baby keeps sliding down. I had to purchase a foam/sponge to support the baby and solve the issue. Not really a big deal, but I feel that the sponge gets yucky with time, just like any sponge and it gets pricy to have to keep buying them again.
2) The drainer. Oh this is deal breaker! It drives me nuts! Why would someone come up with a great for a bathtub, but put the opening for the water to drain on the part that inclines??? How do you expect the water to get out??? So if if want to drain the water to get rid of the soap completely and rinse the baby again, I simply can't.