Product Type: Babyliss in Beauty
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Babyliss 8020 Bath Spa
Member Name: llamalove
Babyliss 8020 Bath Spa
Date: 21/02/04, updated on 21/02/04 (1286 review reads)
Advantages: hot bubbly baths, cheaper than a spa, cordless - safe
Disadvantages: can slip off into bath (but not a problem when it does), only 20mins bubble time.
If I were asked where my favourite place is I would probably say my bath and my bed. I just love that warm, cosy, comfortable, and a bit sexy feel.
I’m not going to bother you too much about my bed so I’ll just tell you about my bath.
My favourite bath consists of lots of moisturising strawberry bubble bath, scented candles or burning oil, a glass of wine, relaxing (but funky-sing-along) music and my Babyliss cord free bath spa bubbling away.
Now, I have to have the music as although my bath spa is deliciously relaxing, it also has a rather annoying hum.
Apart from the hum, there is not much else I can fault the bath spa for. It’s easy to use, has no lead to get in the way (or electrocute yourself with if you forget which bit goes where), it is quick to charge, you can direct the bubbles where you like and it is much cheaper than having a full sized spa built in your back garden (although if I had the money (and the garden) I would get one without hesitation).
The Babyliss cordless bath spa boasts:
- 2 hour fast charge
- charge/ready indicator light
- telescopic depth adjustment
- variable mood lighting
- 2 settings (‘relaxing water whirl’ and ‘whirl with invigorating bubbles’)
- meets safety standards
- fits most standard baths
- on/off button
My spa cost £ 69.00 from Argos and came with 2 aromatherapy oils.
On the first use, you need to charge the unit over night (12 hours) using the supplied standard charger (don’t do it in the bathroom). After that it needs about a 1 – 2 hour charge to produce about 20 minutes of bubbles (not too great but you don’t want to look like a prune do you?)
To use the bath spa, fitting instructions are supplied or you can follow these:
- Lift up the fixing arm until it clicks into a horizontal position.
- Place the
main body of the bath spa inside the EMPTY bath with the fixing arm resting on the edge.
- The suction pads on the body should stick to the inside of the bath easily. They can be moved into 5 different positions to suit different baths.
- Adjust the depth of the spa according to how deep you have your bath (just pull on the bottom of the unit to extend it).
- Now fill your bath but make sure it does not go over the recommended level indicated on the unit.
- Point the directional water jets downwards so they do not spray upwards and out and flood your bathroom.
- Turn the light on if required.
- Adjust the bubble control using the switch on the top of the unit.
- Slide in and enjoy.
If the unit falls in during your batch, just take it out, shake it off to remove most of the water and re-position.
After your bath, switch off, remove the filters, rinse, replace, rotate the unit to remove any water and leave to drain out.
Happy bathing everyone!
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