The Primo Eurobath is bulky, large, and therefore takes up a lot of visual space… but it works and is not hideous thanks to its neutral color. With its reclined backrest and anti-slip bump, it works well for newborns, and thank to its large size, it works well for older babies too. Since it's a self-contained bath, you can use it at counter height for tiny ones (or with this stand sold separately).
Things We Love
- Good for Newborns: With a reclined backrest and a pretty significant bump to help preventing baby from slipping. This allows parents to spend more time washing and playing and less time trying to hold baby in a somewhat comfortable position with one hand while washing/multitasking with the other.
- Works for Older Babies Too: This tub is large enough to accommodate older infants and toddlers too, which also makes it extremely bulky. See below.
- Tub, Shower, Floor, Stand or Countertop Use: For smaller babies, easily place this tub at counter height to save your back. (If you don't have enough counter space, you can use this stand.) For older babies who are likely to splash around, place this tub within the bathtub or shower or on top of a towel on the floor for quicker cleanup.
- Not Hideous: The Eurobath comes in white, which is a nice neutral. That said, it is ultimately a big bulky plastic tub that takes up a ton of space. (This is in the “Things We Love” column because nearly every other baby bath on the market with similar functionalities is just a straight up eyesore.)
Things We Don't Love As Much
- Very Bulky: At 37 by 21 inches, this tub is huge and pretty difficult to store. Most parents store this tub in their bathtub when they’re not using it.