Mothercare Aqua Pod Reviews
Product Type: Mothercare baby products
Description:Brand: Mothercare / Type: Baby Bath Toys / Suitable from 6 months or for children that can sit up unaided.
Newest Review: ... in case baby slips and slides around the tub are gone if you buy one of these. Babies will love this too as it opens up ... more
Customer Mothercare Aqua Pod Reviews (16)
by - written on 15/10/13 (Very useful, 45 readings)
We bought our first aquapod when my son was around 6 months old and had just started sitting confidently. It lasted about a year, by which point it was ready for the bin. We bought a new one when my second son arrived. I had looked at other bath seats and they just seemed too impractical to me for actually washing your baby! The great thing about this design is that the 'seat' part is actually open at the sides, with a back rest behind baby and a support across the front. This allows you much better access for washing. Assembly for the aquapod is minimal - all you have to do is slot the hard plastic seat through the holes in the base mat and you're ready to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/11 (Very useful, 181 readings)
When my baby grew too big for his baby bath, there seemed little option but to move him into the bigger bath, even though he still seemed too little! When we were looking around for bath aids to make this transition a little easier (for him as well as us!), there did not seem alot of choice available. He was already too big for the bath supports on the market so they weren't an option. The only thing that we could find was this aqua pod from Mothercare, priced at £29.99. At 5 months, he was a little younger than the specified age for the product (6 months) but he was sitting up well unaided and had good head control so we felt that he was ready. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/10 (Very useful, 498 readings)
I bought the aqua pod from my local Mothercare store when i was out shopping for a babywalker! I always find there is so much to look at in the store, that whenever i go i always end up buying something i didn't actually go for!! When my daughter reached about 6months she was geting too big for her baby bath and i had wondered what i could buy to make bath time a bit easier as i was so worried about her going into a big bath (first time mum nerves and all that). I was on my way to the queue when i spotted the aqua pod on a shelf and i hadn't seen anything like that before so i just had to go and have a closer look. The aqua pod is suitable for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/09 (Very useful, 1019 readings)
Our son has loved bath time since he was very little. We had always used an ergonomically shaped bath support and found he loved the freedom it gave him to splash about and meant our hands were free to wash him in between splashing! When he started to try sitting up in it we knew it was time to look around for something else. We thought about just sitting him in the bath with us supporting him, but he is a very wriggly baby so would slip about and we were worried about him slipping under the water. It would also mean our hands were no longer free to wash or play. We then looked at a swivel style seat, but a few of my friends were already having problems getting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/05/13, updated on 03/06/13 (Very useful, 72 readings)
My daughter has always loved bathtime and loves to splash. Our biggest problem has always been getting her out! However as she got more mobile and able to sit up we decided to buy an Aqua pod from Mothercare so that she could sit and play with her bath toys. Our Aqua Pod is the same as the picture with the exception that ours is pink with butterflies. We paid £29.99. You can either buy from Mothercare stores or from their website. The Aqua pad is a bath mat with a seat for your baby to sit in. The mat has suction caps to secure it to the bath. Once fitted it is very secure and does not move. The seat itself is shaped at the back and has bar in front ... Read the complete review
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