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Aqua Scale Digital Baby Scale, Thermometer Bath
£69.99
Aqua Scale Digital Baby Scale, Thermometer Bath
This ingenious baby bath monitors both your baby's weight and the temperature of the water on the easy to read digital display, for complete peace of mind. The scales can be used with our without water in the tub, adjusting automatically for water and any movement. The LCD stores the previous weight calculated as is accurate to one ounce or gram. The tub has supports and an anti-slip pad to keep your little one secure and supported and it will convert to accommodate a toddler. The thermometer ensures the water is not too hot or too cold, letting you and baby bond and play. Suitable from birth to 24 months. Depth: 80 CM Height: 31 CM Width: 48.5 CM The 3-in-1 baby bath tub from Aqua Scale has been updated! new and improved design includes a refreshed design and interface, helping parents monitor their child’s Aqua Scale has a built-in thermometer gauge that reads the bath water temperature and accurately Set the scales to either lbs or oz and simply place baby into the tub temperature and accurately displays the results on the digital LCD screen –
very.co.uk
Baby Bath & Scales
£48.00
Baby Bath & Scales
This 3-in-1 digital baby bath features patented technology that enables it to weigh baby in the tub, with or without water!   The innovative software calculates baby's precise weight and the larger LCD display screen includes a new backlit screen. The bath's built-in thermometer provides a fast and accurate reading of the bath water temperature.   The updated design, shape and interface boasts a larger plughole and larger bath bottle holder which fits most styles.   Suitable to use from birth up to 2 years old (or can sit up unassisted).   Please note : the old stand will not fit the new version.
John Lewis