Safety First Swivel Bath Seat For Toddler Bath Times
Typical description for product: Safety First Swivel Bath Seat
Thanks to its rotating ball, your child will be occupied and bath time will be fun with the Safety 1st Swivel Bath Seat.
Suitable for children from approximately 6 to 12 months (between 7 and 10 kg), this bath seat is ideal for keeping parents hands free to wash their child and even bathing more than one child of the same age at a time.
- Ergonomic shaped backrest supports your baby’s back
- Roller ball will keep baby entertained whilst being bathed
- Four independent suction pads ensure stability when installed in the bath
- Suitable for babies from 6 months to approximately 1 year old (7 – 10 kg) who can sit up unaided
- Features 360 degree swivel action
Using the Safety 1st Swivel Bath Seat
Step 1: Be sure your bath is clean and free of any soap residue.
Step 2: Place the bath seat away from the taps.
Step 3: Push down firmly so that all four suction cups adhere to the bottom of the bath. Lift gently to test.
Step 4: Run the water into the bath until the water has reach the max level indicator.
Step 5: Carefully slide your baby into the seat, placing one leg either side of the crotch post with your baby facing the rotating ball.
Step 6: Never leave your child unattended at any time while they are in the Swivel Bath Seat.
Step 7: After bathing, lift baby out of the bath seat.
To remove it, pull the suction cup release tabs out while gently lifting the seat upwards. Rinse the bath seat thoroughly and allow to dry before putting this product into storage.
This bath seat is not suitable for use on anti-slip surfaces.
This bath seat is not suitable for multi-level (split-level) baths.
Do not use this bath seat before your child can sit unaided (approximately 6 months, minimum weight 7 kg).
Do not use this bath seat once your child is able to stand up (approximately 12 months, maximum weight 10 kg).
Never leave your child unattended at any time while your baby is in the Swivel Bath Seat.
Use a bath thermometer to check the water temperature.