The adorable whale-shaped Moby tub transforms with baby through three stages and includes the Smart Sling. It allows parents to lock the sling in two ergonomic positions higher for full body
Featuring a layered mesh construction and comfort-edge construction, this new baby cradle enhances baby's comfort from head to toe.
Designed to cushion for the comfort of babies learning to sit, the sling adjusts to a cushioned seat. After your baby learns to sit, remove the sling and bathe her easily from the spacious tub that does not have any uncomfortable
Tube grows with the child through three stages Stage 1 Newborn (0-3 months up to 15 lbs) Stage 2 Infant (3 to 6 months approximately 20 lbs) Stage 3 Sitters (6+ months approximately 25 lbs).
The product is equipped with a drain plug Swivel hook for hanging on the showerhead, towel bar, or shower bar and non-slip interior texture.
Questions & Answers
Can you tell me where I might be able to purchase the mesh smart sling as the current one I have smells even after being washed?
You may contact Amazon for a full replacement within 30 days of your purchase if the product is defective. In the event of a defective part or product more than 30 days after purchasing, please contact Skip Hop directly at [email protected] For more information, visit or call I am grateful for your help.
Is there anything I can do to get rid of The bathtub I have now has mold in it and I hope I don't have to buy another one for baby 2. ?
It is okay to spot clean the Skip Hop Moby tub with a mild detergent and to allow it to dry in an area where there is a lot of fresh air and not much
There's a rumor that the mesh sling stinks after a while. Is this accurate?
NOT AT ALL. NOT AT ALL. The only way to lose it is if you let it slide. Having had my tub for 5 months, I am very happy with it. A few times it has stunk. My fault was that I broke the handle of the tub (which I was able to pop back on once it dry) and did not hang it Cathy let it sit for a few days while baby sponge bathed, but it was not able to drain fully. It is important to wash the sling weekly, but you DO NOT have to do it every time you bathe. The most I wash it is once a week, although I have gone longer without washing it.
Selected User Reviews For Skip Hop Baby Bath Tub, 3-Stage Smart Sling Tub, Moby, Blue
The claws can catch the toes
I liked the tub at first, but now I am disgusted by It's a joke to have the roll up support. Now that I have changed the "setting" to the next one, it does not offer any support to my son. It is possible for little toes to get bent in the holes where the supports are placed. Please see the picture. I observed my son catch something with a pinky toe when he was kicking around. The pipe didn't bend too much, thankfully. In addition, it takes a long time It is not a tub I would recommend. There is at least something that the cat likes about it, so for now it seems.
| Mar 11, 2021
In addition, I found this sling to smell musty after just a few uses and to become mildewed. The washing instructions have been followed and the drying instructions have been followed as well. * The tub is too small to fit a newborn infant in a sling, nor can it fit a 2 month old, or someone of similar size. The heel of his feet brushed against the edge, which caused him to get hurt. Rather than buying an old tub with a sling that is mildewed, I think you should just buy a tub with a sling that doesn't grow mildew and has a system that.
| Dec 13, 2020
Switching to this tub has been the best decision I have ever made! Prior to this, I had another infant bathtub
As a result, when my daughter was in the "infant" stage, her head would be resting on the top of the back rest, which is why I think that the majority of "3 stage tubs" are a disaster. There is nothing flop about this tub! This tub design is extremely useful for keeping her upright even when the water level is almost to the top. As for the mesh that you fold up into a seat, it is of high quality, and the bottom part of the seat is made of foam, not It used to be a nightmare to take a bath. Her love of this tub is what made her change her mind. There's no need to worry about the price.
| Aug 26, 2020
A long baby is not a good baby
loved the brand, but I did not feel as if it worked for us because it is really cute, a good size (not too small or too big), and it is super cute. Currently, my son is about 2. 5 months old and is way too large for the newborn setting. It was given to me when he was about 2,5 months old. I have been trying to use the second setting since then, but he keeps sliding down and doesn't seem to be comfortable so I still hold him up with one hand, which makes the sling pretty much useless. There are, however, several little holes near the attachment points where the sling connects that can catch the toes if you are oblivious when removing it, so even then it is not that When I was pregnant with my first child, I wished I had just gotten a regular tub with a plastic support.
| Jun 16, 2021
I'm satisfied with the product
My favorite thing about this bathtub is its shape. In spite of this, I gave it four stars due to the fact that I had to attach a sling to it for my daughter to be able to sit in it. is not tall enough to keep her from sliding out the bottom if she does not raise her knees up enough. It takes a lot to get her in the tub without the sling because she cannot easily slip once she is in the tub. Therefore, the bottom of her shoes do not have any texture that would keep her on track. It was necessary for me to purchase something separate to solve the problem. I have recommended it to friends who are pregnant with children who have the tub, but it is still small enough to allow her to fit in it for a while.
| Dec 13, 2020
I'm in love with In searching for a bath that could be placed on a counter, I came across this model
There was nothing else in the bathroom except a There is no bathtub at my house and the sink is not great if you want to bend down. is all there is to It is not even possible to reach newborns with water! Having twins is a big deal for me Consequently, the sling lies on the water and the couple lies below it. If it drowned them a little so they wouldn't shiver, that would be wonderful. They lean on the sling in the next level. My only issue is that they tend to slide down a bit, so I was constantly adjusting them. Their age at this point is 7 months and they are still unable to sit up on their own. A lot of water is knocked over the counter as they kick it around a lot. Though there are issues with these. I would still repurchase as it was the only one on the market at the time and it was reasonably priced. And I love it because I can use it while I'm in the bathtub if I so desire.
| Apr 03, 2021
I love you! It is an absolute delight for our newborn to have this tub
Despite her narrow shoulders, she can comfortably wear the sling. I bought this tub because the size is perfect, big enough that my 3-year-old son can fit in it (when he insisted on trying it out) but small/compact enough that it does not overly impede storage. This skip hop tub has its own storage hook, so you don't need to use a suction hook inside your tub (and you can hang this on a suction hook inside your tub if you have a standard size bathtub). I have no complaints for this baby bath it's hands down the best we've owned. I really love it's versatility, and I've even tried it on a newborn!.
| Aug 29, 2020
It's great to be in the tub! My favorite part of this bathtub is the color
Having gone through two other books before seeing this one on Amazon, I decided to try it. At this stage I am still using the sling and so far it has worked well! It has a really cute tub concept as well, with the shape of a whale tail. As other reviewers have mentioned, there is a warning sticker on the inside of the tub that starts to peel off after getting water on it, which results in little bits of blue in the water for the first few weeks after As a result, there is now a somewhat sticky residue on the inside of the cap that attracts hairs etc. They should put the warning label on the outside, where people will.
| Aug 28, 2020