Nuby Bath Time Thermometer, Clock and Timer review

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Nuby Bath Time Thermometer, Clock and Timer

by motherandbaby |
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What they say: "Nuby 3-in-1 Bath Time Thermometer, Clock and Timer is a bath time essential baby thermometer. This multi-functional device flashes and beeps when the water is too hot or too cold for extra reassurance. The easy to read LCD screen indicates the water or room temperature in either Celsius or Fahrenheit. The clock shows the time and the timer function helps you monitor how long baby has been in the bath. Plus it floats in the water for extra fun!"

Tested by mum Catherine Ledger for the M&B Awards 2017:

Would you recommend this to other mums?

Yes I would recommend this. It's a good design and well constructed the digital screen is easy and clear to read. The thermometer takes the guess work out of bath time. It has a timer on it so you know how long your little one has been in the bath for and also a clock when not in use. It's small, colourful and doubles as a bath toy making bath times so much easier.

How did this product make your life easier?

As the digital screen is so clear and it so easy to read the temperature you no longer have to test the water on your elbow and guess if it right for your baby. This results in a happier bath time and no tears, as the water is the right temperature. The timer also helps you keep track of your baby's time in the water.

What changes would you make to this product?

I can not think of anything I would wish to change on the Nuby Bath Time Thermometer, Clock and Timer to make it better. The Nuby Bath Time Thermometer, Clock and Timer is so well designed, bright and colourful it does everything you need it to do easily and quickly making bath times go smoothly and make for a happy baby.

Tested by mum Jessica Warren for the M&B Awards 2017:

Would you recommend this to other mums?

I would definitely recommend this product to friends for their children. The thermometer has made bath time something to look forward to for my toddler, he now looks for his turtle before anything else and enjoys waiting for the numbers to come up. It has also made bathing my newborn less stressful as I now know her bath is the perfect temperature and no chance of it being too hot. It is easy to clean, a playful design and small enough to keep with our bath toys.

How did this product make your life easier?

The bath turtle has encouraged my toddler to take notice of hot and cold, especially when running a bath for his little sister. It has given us all comfort in knowing the bath is a safe temperature for our little girl and the timer has not only helped make sure she isn't in long enough to get cold but given me a way to get my toddler out of his bath when he is trying to delay going to bed!

Would you choose this product to win?

Knowing that both my children are guaranteed to have a bath that is the perfect temperature with no effort on my part is very reassuring and takes any worry away. I am not sure what other products are in the category for safety but this product has helped us from the first day we received it and now we use it atleast twice a day to make sure our little ones are safe.

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