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Inflatable Portable Bathtub, Family Bathroom Home Spa, Foldable Inflatable Durable Soaking Bathtub with Large Backrest, Outdoor Freestanding Inflatable Pool, Easy to Inflate and Use

Inflatable Portable Bathtub, Family Bathroom Home Spa, Foldable Inflatable Durable Soaking Bathtub with Large Backrest, Outdoor Freestanding Inflatable Pool, Easy to Inflate and Use Inflatable Portable Bathtub, Family Bathroom Home Spa, Foldable Inflatable Durable Soaking Bathtub with Large Backrest, Outdoor Freestanding Inflatable Pool, Easy to Inflate and Use Inflatable Portable Bathtub, Family Bathroom Home Spa, Foldable Inflatable Durable Soaking Bathtub with Large Backrest, Outdoor Freestanding Inflatable Pool, Easy to Inflate and Use Inflatable Portable Bathtub, Family Bathroom Home Spa, Foldable Inflatable Durable Soaking Bathtub with Large Backrest, Outdoor Freestanding Inflatable Pool, Easy to Inflate and Use Inflatable Portable Bathtub, Family Bathroom Home Spa, Foldable Inflatable Durable Soaking Bathtub with Large Backrest, Outdoor Freestanding Inflatable Pool, Easy to Inflate and Use Inflatable Portable Bathtub, Family Bathroom Home Spa, Foldable Inflatable Durable Soaking Bathtub with Large Backrest, Outdoor Freestanding Inflatable Pool, Easy to Inflate and Use Inflatable Portable Bathtub, Family Bathroom Home Spa, Foldable Inflatable Durable Soaking Bathtub with Large Backrest, Outdoor Freestanding Inflatable Pool, Easy to Inflate and Use
$ 52.99

Score By Feature

Based on 323 ratings
Easy to inflate
7.88
Easy to assemble
7.26
Comfort
7.08

OveReview Final Score

How Our Score Is Calculated

Product Description

If you want a bathtub, this is it People who bathe regularly are less likely to suffer from physical health problems and are more likely to relieve stress. Traditional bathtubs are bulky and expensive. It is easy to carry and inflate the WEY & FLY inflatable bathtub due to its large size. Even in the outdoors, it's an ideal and practical portable bath that easily goes wherever you go.
All members should take advantage of these While it is a bathtub, it is also an inflatable swimming pool that can be used by a baby under the care of an adult. Spas are convenient to have at home, have a bath in while camping, and to take with you when you travel. A fun way to relax while bathing and enjoying
The highest possible The following materials offer quality It is made of high-quality materials In a 24-hour test, 20-density PVC was found to be free of harmful substances It does not leak air even after an hour test, allowing you to use it comfortably for quite some time, without having to worry about whether the air is leaking or not With deformation ability, durable, and comfortable bathing, enjoy your time in the bath.
Space that is comfortable to use If you have a portable inflatable hot tub, you can relax in the water without feeling restricted. Dimensions The dimensions of its external frame are 59 by 33 by 26 inches, and its internal frame is 45 by 19 by 17 In addition to providing excellent support and comfort, the pillow backs and armrests eliminate long periods of prolonged fatigue, making them the perfect bath chair.
As part of our service guarantee, we offer the following Providing our customers with the best possible service is the number one priority at WEY&FLY. We provide a wide range of products for outdoor or indoor use and have an assurance of quality. We are dedicated to serving every customer honestly and sincerely.

Questions & Answers

In what way do I feel it?

Simply connect your garden hose to the faucet in your kitchen or bathroom and fill it with water

Would you kindly tell me who I should contact for customer service? I received my tub but it arrived without a drain pipe and I cannot fill it. ?

If you don't have a tub, get a bucket of water and pour it into the tub until it is the desired temperature. You can then take a relaxing bath. Take the water out of the bowl using a bowl. Getting your heart rate up is a great exercise. I wish you the best of

To what purpose does the plastic hose part serve?

Once you're done with the water, the plastic hose will let you drain it. By using that method you can either direct the water from the tub into a drain or drain it into a bucket. Despite the fact that the hose is just a tad longer than I would prefer, it is very easy and simple to install.

Would you be able to let me know the number for customer service? The bathtub was delivered without a drainage pipe, so I am unable to fill it with water. Thanks. ?

There is no need for a pipe. If you want to clean it up, just scoop out the water with a big bowl and wipe it down. The easiest thing in the world

Selected User Reviews For Inflatable Portable Bathtub, Family Bathroom Home Spa, Foldable Inflatable Durable Soaking Bathtub with Large Backrest, Outdoor Freestanding Inflatable Pool, Easy to Inflate and Use

It is a great feeling
5/5

IBPS MCAS NCAS I'd like to start by saying the following 1) Specific set of practical skills When reading reviews, you need to know if tools are needed or if you'll need to set it up. As I read reviews under this item before buying it, it appeared that most of the complaints were related to receiving a defective tub (things happen) or receiving the wrong bathtub model, which might be rectified by the seller. It didn't appear that there was a follow-up. The structural integrity of the tub I received did not show any sign of wear and tear, despite all the bad reviews. As well as being the item I requested. Then there are always the people who did not seem to bother to read the "About This Item" section when making their purchase. When I read the entire description and looked at all the photos of the tub, I did not find any information that indicated an air pump was included in the package. The reason I gave this poor rating is because I assumed that an accessory would be included with the item when it was not advertised. /(*)/ Hopefully I have learned from my previous experience how you should drain one of these. There are two drain openings in this tub, which is something I appreciate a great deal. There is no doubt that this will change the game. This tub drains more quickly than my last tub, which used to take more than 30 minutes to drain. With my set-up, I would say it takes less than 10 minutes to drain, just like a standard It drains slower with the bottom plug than with the side spout, but the side spout is quite long and it just barely fits inside When you're in the process of determining whether you have space for it, take note of the bottom drain feature. You may have to rely on the bottom drain only if the size of the area in which you plan to set up your tub makes a drain tube impractical. There is no way to remove this spout and the obstruction may result in a tear in the tub's outer wall when it is jammed up against a high wall. My shower door barely settles over the top of the tracks as you can see in the video. Because of this, I have to open the doors of the shower to attach the drain tube to it. flexible, but strong and structured, and it stays where I put it just about any way I put it, and I can also stand it upright to drain out excess moisture. Several years ago, I purchased an inflatable tub for my child, and learned the hard way what happens if you don't be sure to provide an exit from the tub for the water - it soaked everything in it. Once we got back into the bathroom we found water dripping over the edge of the shower foundation onto the floor If you look at my pictures, you will see that I have a rug with six interlocking drainage flooring cubes that are used in swimming pools, saunas, and locker rooms inside public buildings. Visit (https//www. You may visit our website. It is available on Amazon. If you want to use UTF-8, type it as such IE=UTF8 & 1) They are super strong and do not give under the weight of the tub, allowing enough room to allow the water to drain comfortably, regardless of the drainage hole used. I also use both drainage openings at the same time and have never encountered any problems. Their height is not overly high, so they do not create a large 'shelf' under the tub and they do not exert enough tension for the lid to tear. The water from this tub was draining into the drain when I wedged my feet under the tub before the tiles arrived so that the water could drain. In addition to being a painful and lengthy experience, who wants to undergo such a thing after soaking in the tub? It was an exciting idea I came up with, so I thought I would share it.

Now let's discuss the tub in more detail. Unlike some guys, this one is accurate in terms of measurements. When I bought it, the dimensions were exactly the same as those of my shower floor, so I was running a risk that it might not fit properly. When a full tub is in it, the tight fit is actually beneficial to maintaining the shape. You can also use the straps on the side to help with this. In fact, they don't get in the way much, and if you want to pull back the cover of the tub, it can be rolled up and tucked under the straps so the water doesn't get inside. There is an improvement in the tub's wear and tear, and the tension on its cover is lessened. While I cannot recall how much water this tub contains, I'm sure it is very heavy for this flexible plastic material. Unless you stretch or pull the tub excessively, it will be more likely to wear out. A further thing you need to bear in mind is that the tub will always look like it's losing air even when it is full. Neither I nor anyone else has previously been able to explain this phenomenon, but perhaps the heat of the water and the relaxation of the plastic can help to explain it? No matter how you slice it, this has happened every time I've owned an inflatable tub. There is no defect with your item because it will remain inflated for long time even if you use it more than once without adding more air to There seems to be a restriction on the amount of relaxation of the plastic. When I am relaxed in the tub, it still has a feel of structure and I usually watch movies while I balance my iPad near the foot of it. Velcro on the iPad cover is so strong that it will not break if it falls into water if it faces plants into it. In the end I deflated the head rest and tucked it back between the tub and wall so that I could hang my shoulders in the water, so whatever you choose, it is a separate chamber from the rest, and it's not mandatory for you As well as the tub only having one chamber to fill, I love the simplicity of it. My estimate would be that it takes about 2 minutes (max) to fill the bladder with air. Manually filling this out would not be a good idea since it is so large. For the tub to fill faster, I unscrew the shower head so the water can flow more quickly. It takes about 15 minutes for the tub I can easily submerge my body from head to toe when I sit cross-legged if I am 5'9" and 120 pounds It's two legs. I felt like I had a huge WIN with this! It's not always easy to fit tall people into bathtubs. My favorite way of soaking is for as long as I can, as with any bath, you lose heat over time, but the velcro cover really helps. If I want to cool off the water I just pull back the cover for a little bit. You can notice how hot the water is at the foot of the tub compared to up near the opening. When I used to have a bathtub that had a zipper down the center, it stopped halfway down the tub, which made it hard to reach the bottom and the inside of the cover. A velcro pull makes it easy for the user to reach every corner of this tub- This design affords me quick access to a washcloth and dish soap so I can wash down the tub every time I use it. I have not noticed any issues with the flakes in my tub after using magnesium flakes every time I take a bath. Additionally, I use Epsom salts made by Dr. Teal You may visit our website. It is available on Amazon. How about Amazon. com/gp/product/B06XF3J2L2/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title? If you want to use UTF-8, type it as such IE=UTF8 & PSC includes 1) that have a substantial amount of essential oils added to them. Usually, there is no oil left on the sides of the tub afterward. THCC/CBD oil bath bombs are the only products that stick to the tub sides more frequently than anything else. My favorite time to use them is when I have a stiff back or when I have body aches from a cold, but I do find that the oil in these products is more plentiful and I have to clean my bathroom afterward. There is a possibility that you could minimize the time you spend scrubbing by doing this. It is very quick and easy to deflate the tub and take it away. A storage closet is the perfect place to store it. I roll it up and stick it on the top shelf. My favorite inflatable tub is definitely this one! I've owned several other inflatable tubs, but this has been my favorite by far. The only problem is that I am a frequent user and the only damage I have experienced has been purely user caused. I purchased it almost exactly 4 months ago and have used it twice a week since then. The corner near where two strips of soft velcro meet to hold the cover together tore when I moved after settling and pushing off of it accidentally. I haven't torn the cover since then, and it secures just fine. If the cover is the only thing that has troubled it, it's still a pretty good bargain. Already, I have recommended it to a number of my friends.

Danielle Gates
Danielle Gates
| Feb 17, 2021
There is a lot going on
5/5

like it because I am a plus size and I fit well in it.

Cecelia Holden
Cecelia Holden
| Jun 30, 2021
I love it! Our wife had been wanting a tub as we don't have one, so this is perfect for her to relax and enjoy her bath spa equipment
5/5

Keeping warm for a long period of time, and keeping the water warm. Is quite a pleasure to use! The easiest way to remove the water indoors would be by pumping it out yourself.

Yusuf Terry
Yusuf Terry
| Dec 20, 2020
Why we remodeled the bathroom was to make it work for my family
4/5

Having a bathroom you don't like may require you to fix it yourself. The house would need to be removed down to studs and joists and rebuilt from the ground up. The only master bath with a tub presented a unique problem since I am fairly handy. It would take me a few weeks to do this. It was a great idea to have a blow up tub to use as a temporary bathing solution. During the demo, we ran supply water from a sink to an open drain available in the demo'd bathroom, and then we ran the drain plug from there to the sink. Despite its compact size, I am only displeased with the fact that the drain line extends about 2 inches above the base, so you are required to hold it up by hand as it drains in order to remove all the water. I find the tub to be very good for its price.

Kristian Dunn
Kristian Dunn
| Jul 11, 2020
It's impossible to blow it up, so that doesn't work either! Neither instructions nor a pump were included with this tub, so I had to order one separately for an additional As of now, I am still unsure of how well it will work since I can't blow it up yet
3/5

In the report it should have been noted there is no pump! And there is no way to just use your breath for generating power!.

Cristian KAY
Cristian KAY
| Dec 07, 2020
There are a lot of drain holes, which results in a bad experience
3/5

Despite the fact that the tub itself is excellent, the drain holes are in the most horrible places. A shorter hose would be better and the top of the tub only lets out half the water. As the bottom hole will not drain unless it is lifted up, it will not work when placed You only drain half of the tub, have to lift the rest to drain while it is full of water and most likely will cause a tear when you raise it and the surface of whatever it is on, in my case tile with rough grout, starts to drag, then potentially causes a tear. I am therefore in the market for a new bathtub due to just those two reasons. Despite everything being so perfect, I was disappointed with the size and standard of the product.

Giovanni GREENWOOD
Giovanni GREENWOOD
| Aug 26, 2020
This is a durable product
4/5

The lack of a pump was one of the things I disliked about it.

Maisie Grant
Maisie Grant
| Jul 29, 2020
An inflatable bath with the best features! Three months have now passed since I got this! Since I do not have a bath, this is perfect for me! A pump is not included, but I used one I brought with me on a camping trip
4/5

The room stays warm! Baths like this are so much warmer than regular baths! I'm so happy! My mistake was to put a hole in the outer portion (my fault! ), but I fixed it with the tools and supplies given and there was no leak! Due to the outer layer being separate, only air leaked when the outer layer was punctured. can be a bit difficult to drain because it gets so heavy, but as long as you fill it up BEFORE you place it over a drain, it's very straightforward. It's nice to have a new bathroom.

Siena Daugherty
Siena Daugherty
| Jul 18, 2020

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