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LÄTTSAM Baby bath, white/green

Price £ 12

How to get it

Splish splash – how fun it is with a baby bath! It’s easy to move and place where you want it and it stands steady while your baby discovers the water. The edges are nice and soft, so no one gets hurt.

Article Number402.484.43

Product details

Stands steady thanks to the slide protectors underneath.

Soft anti-slip protection in the bottom.


Tina Christensen

Weight & measurements

Length: 71 cm

Width: 43 cm

Height: 24 cm

Bottom length: 50 cm

Bottom width: 30 cm


Excellent Verified ReviewerGreat bath but it gets mouldy underneath4
Great productVerified ReviewerAffordable and quality5
Great QualityVerified ReviewerI would highly recommend, it is sturdy enough and holds a good amount of water. Great for any baby/toddler.5
Very good qualityVerified ReviewerVery good quality product this is. I would recommend to anyone5
Good quality, especially the nonVerified ReviewerGood quality, especially the non slip pads, grandchildren really love having a bath in it5
The perfect baby/toddler bathtubVerified ReviewerThe perfect baby/toddler bathtub5
I spent so long lookingVerified ReviewerI spent so long looking at the fancier more expensive baby baths but in the end went with this and I’m glad that I did. This bath gives plenty of room for your baby to grow and when they are able to sit up and play they will be able to do that in this bath. Also if your someone who only has a shower then this is a good bath to have.5
Amazing value.Verified ReviewerExcellent baby tub. Non slip bottom, what more could you ask for, especially at that price!!5
Great bathVerified ReviewerLove this bath, it’s spacious, deep and slip proof. Excellent value for money5
lattsam baby bathVerified Reviewera very good quality baby bath, with antslip on the base. and a very good pfice too.5
Perfect bath!Verified ReviewerI had got this bath after the baby bath as my daughter is really tall for her age. This is my second one we've bought now as the other one was getting mouldy underneath. But my daughter is 2 years and 100cm tall and still fits in this. Only bath I would buy. Helps that it has the grips too to avoid any slips5
Sturdy and a perfect sizeVerified ReviewerGreat bath, good value and looks nice. Rubber ridges inside and out prevent slippage5
LÄTTSAM Baby bath, white/green

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