Boots Bath Whale Thermometer Reviews
Product Type: Boots baby products
Description:Brand: Boots / Health Aid: Thermometers
Newest Review: ... about drying off bath toys and thermometer. I did give it the occasional scrub with a toothbrush but by the time the girls ... more
Customer Boots Bath Whale Thermometer Reviews (5)
by - written on 06/10/09 (Very useful, 189 readings)
When my son was first born, we couldn't work out why he hated bath time. As soon as we got him in the bath he'd cry and cry. Figuring that maybe it was the temperature of the water that was the problem, I popped down to our local Boots and bought this bath thermometer. The Bath Whale Thermometer is available in several different colours. I choose blue as I thought it was much more whale-like than the others and therefore less stupid-looking - check out the yellow whale on the Boots website if you want to see what I mean! It is made from one piece of moulded plastic with a temperature sensing strip running down the middle (from the head to the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/13 (Very useful, 84 readings)
My sister had one of these whales in blue when my niece and nephew were babies and she recommended it as a useful item to have when I was shopping for baby things. In Boots when we went the blue whale had been updated to yellow and although I would have preferred blue the yellow matched the toy ducks! In use Running your first baby bath is a big event and the thought of scalding my tiny newborn twins scared me slightly and I was pleased to be able to reach for the yellow whale. It is made of plastic and inside the base there is a temperature strip with a +, - and tick. The water enters the whale through its mouth to cover the temperature strip, it changes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
When I was pregnant with Jessie I did a lot of my baby shopping online as I was really struggling to get out of the house due to my anxiety and boots web site was one I used a lot. I had had bath thermometers with both my other children and even though this was 3rd time round for me I still wanted one to give me peace of mind that the water temperature was just right for jess other wise I would have constantly been worried that I had it too hot or too cool for her. I opted for this one even though it was blue because it was shaped like a whale and would look nice with the other bath toys in the bathroom for storage, it is made out of plastic and is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/01, updated on 05/02/01 (Very useful, 75 readings)
PROBLEM : You know the scenaro , you run your baby's bath . You dip your elbow in , it feels ok . You go and get your partner to see if they think the water is the right temperature .Then you try the water again . Just to be on the safe side you add loads more cold water "Just to be on the safe side " . SOLUTION : Our daughter used to cry at every bath time when see was newborn . The heath visitor said that giving babies a warm bath is soothing for them ! Oh dear we thought she doesn't like the bath . Oneday in Boots I saw a whale bath themometer , it only cost 3.25 so I bought it . It detects the temerature and tells ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/00, updated on 07/08/00 (Very useful, 32 readings)
My daughter has had since a new baby a Boots Whale Bath Thermometer. It cost £3.25 and is great. I have used it in the bath every day since she was born and I can put her in the water safely knowing that it is not too hot or too cold. The thermometer is in a whale shape and goes in the bath, it has a strip at the bottom with a X a tick and a minus sign. The strip changes colour according to the temperature of the water if the tick is highlighted the water is OK but if either of the other two are then it is either too hold or too cold and the temperature should be adjusted before the child goes in. I leave mine in the bath during bathing to ... Read the complete review
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