Splish splash – how fun it is with a baby bath! It’s easy to move and place where you want it and it sits securely while your baby discovers the water. The edges are nice and soft, so no one gets hurt.
Stands securely thanks to the slide protectors underneath.
Soft anti-slip protection at the bottom.
Made from harmless plastic, the same material used in baby bottles, disposable diapers and food boxes.
Product is possible to recycle or use for energy recovery, if available in your community.
Wipe clean with a soft cloth dampened with water and a mild dish detergent or soap, if necessary.
We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.
BPA (Bisphenol A) free
IKEA has banned BPA (Bisphenol A) in plastic products in the children’s range (0-7 years) and in all food-contact products. IKEA phased out BPA in 2006.
IKEA has strict requirements for the use of phthalates in all our products, and we have totally banned them in children’s and food-contact products.
Length: 28 "
Width: 17 "
Height: 9 "
LÄTTSAMBaby bathArticle Number902.484.45
Width: 17 ½ "
Height: 9 ¾ "
Length: 29 "
Weight: 2 lb 10 oz
Great tub for the money!ROSYMy toddler wanted a tub to play in with his toys & this gives him & his toys just enough space. Though his legs will very soon outgrow it, I’m sure he will still use it to play.5
I had one IKEA lattsamMaria E.I had one IKEA lattsam for over 8 years using for when my grandkids visited; then while visiting my daughter bathing son baby, he had outgrown his bath tube was small, and looked uncomfortable baby could not stretch his legs so I gave them my IKEA Lattsam, and replaced for when they visit, great product.5
It fits from newborn toCarmenIt fits from newborn to 3 year old kid very well made and the material is easy to clean,besides looks beautiful and the bottom of the tub had something that prevents the tub from slipping i.5
Good but smallMasakoA bit too small.3
Good for the priceMaryI've bought this tub for two of my kids. If I had known about it since my first pregnancy, I would've bought it for my first child as well. It's easy to clean. I love that it's white and simple. It has rubber for better grip inside the tub and outside at the bottom. It's all I needed.5
ConfortLourdesI have purchased 3 of these as gifts for family and friends. They are very happy because of the size. You can fit perfect in the tub and even in a sink. Babies that sit can play with their toys and enjoy the water. Also you can put a foam cushion for the newborns5
18 month Son loves itRobGreat size toddler tub! Wish there was an optional add on seat. Nice size for bubbles and toys without having to spend extra $$ to fill up whole bathtub with water.5
GreatBety25I bought this 2months ago I love it5
AnaheimI’m bought it 2 weeks ago It’s great quality !!!5
Great texture on bottomAnnMarie28The texture on this tub is amazing. No slipping I this sucker!! And it grips the bath tub I but it in. Love love love this baby tub5
Melani007This is the best baby bath . Good size , good quality , good price . Just what I need .5
Good tub, but the sticker glue will not come offDMoresThe tub is fine. Unfortunately, there is a package insert containing the registration instructions that is glued to the floor of the tub using very cheap glue. When I peel off the wrapper, the sticky glue is still there. This makes the tub unusable. It is a shame that a perfectly fine product is ruined because IKEA's supplier (from Spain) is using cheap glue for adhering product packaging.1
Good SpaceSwarnaThe tub has good space for both my kids to get in together sometimes. Only one feature could be added is a drainage system.Then it would make the product perfect.4
MercyberryAm happy I bought this product5
Axh1234To small for my baby, even after two weeks I used it was already small for my two weeks baby.1
Love it!Inez88Second one I’ve bought, first one was over eight years ago... takes the work out of fulling whole tub with water... my kid loves it’s the bath5
We love thisAli in Walla WallaPerfect for our 1 year old. We've had it since she was 9 months.5
My baby love ityudiviMy baby loves take a barh in his baby bath5
The label !Jlee927The label left a very stick mess residue in there.2
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