Review: Flexibath Bath Toys

Disclosure: This product was sent to me free of charge by Whitestep to be reviewed. However, as per my PR info disclaimer, this review is my unbiased honest opinion of the product.

Product: Flexibath Bath Toys

Price: £13.95

Age Range: 0+

Manufacturer’s Description: The Flexibath™ Toys include an ingenious small table which can be attached to all bathtubs by means of the specially designed suction cups. The table offers the child an additional place to play with their favourite bath-time toys while enjoying a bath. Moisten suction cups before sticking them to the bath. The Flexibath™ Toys also consist of a coffee/tea making set with colourful cups, jugs and a funnel. One set consists of; 2 CUPs, 1 JUG, 1 FUNNEL, 1 LID and 1 TABLE. The toys which are soft and fun to play with, are made from the soft TPE plastic used in the Flexi Bath™.

Rating: (4/5 stars)

Review: Georgie loves playing with toys at bathtime, and these flexibath toys were no exception. They are colourful, varied in shape & size, and wonderfully squashable!

The toys come with a handy shelf which suckers to the side of your bath, and is big enough to hold all of the pots. The suckers are really strong and they seem completely toddler proof which is good – Georgie gave the shelf some really good tugs and it didn’t budge an inch. She really enjoyed the shelf and spent quite a bit of time moving the pots from the shelf to the water to the side of the bath and back to the shelf again.

The toys themselves feel really nice in the hand; they have a lovely weight to them and are of really good quality material. They are really quite flexible without losing their shape as well.

After her bath with Daddy and the Flexibath toys, Georgie was so taken with them she nabbed three of them to play with while she was being dried & moisturised after her bath – a very good sign. I think she would have taken them all if she could have carried them!

As you can see from the photos, Georgie has really been enjoying playing with these toys. She has dunked, waved, poured, squeezed, chewed, splashed, grabbed, stacked and thwacked!

Also, the blue pot makes a pretty good octopus fez. This is important because the red octopus is Georgie’s all time favourite bath toy. We acquired it from my parent’s toy stash because she became so attached to it when we visited.

My only criticism of these toys is that once they are full of water they sink to the bottom of the bath and are hard to find under the bubbles! Most of Georgie’s other bath toys are made of a more buoyant material and float to the top no matter whether they are full of water or not.

These toys get 4 out of 5 stars for being great fun (and clever) bath toys! I think the price is exactly right for these bath toys, considering the high quality of the toys and the handy shelf.

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