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Love N Care Baby Bath and Stand

Love N Care Baby Bath and Stand

BP 520, BP 550PW and BP BH300
3.8 from 5 reviews

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I have the bath (BP520) and stand (BH300) and could not ask for better. We first had the change table and bath combo in a different brand lent to us and I found the bath was too low and it killed my back so we opt to find something better and this product was it, best $100 we've spent. Excellent height, great size width and length tub, easy drain. I had my baby in it until she was 12 months! I would also recommend the infa Terri bath support and pillow. Fits perfectly into this tub.
Only issue we had was the wheels would come off when I would pull the tub closer to the sink to drain. Obviously you can avoid this if you leave the stand closer to your drainage point.
Deffinetely recommend this product to anyone thinking of buying it.


We were given it from a friend. I was the one responsible for bathing our firstborn each night and thought it was a great bath. No complaints at all. Build quality is great and felt very secure. As for the wheels, I didn't notice any problem with mine and have no comment on this issue.
Great bath


This was really useful when baby was new born, she fit in it nicely and with a little room to move. Also being on a stand you don't have to bend over so much. The PVC shelf and little tray have no use and its easier to bath the baby when the tray is down. The annoying thing is the wheels which keep falling off when you try to move the bath around so best left in one spot or moved when empty.b
Good size and height to bath newborns
Wheels fall off easily so hard to move around
Too small for baby to lie down in after 3 months

Great bath and stand

I chose the bath because it's a decent size - and it hasn't disappointed. The stand is at an excellent height for both myself & my husband. I haven't had the issue with the wheels at all, and have to move the bath full of water from the laundry into the kitchen (and even over a plastic floor divider.) I also bought a different brand bath seat which fits in perfectly.

Only downside is that she will outgrow it soon (baby is almost three months old) -- but that would be the case with any of the baby baths.
width of bath, sturdy, height of stand, easy to keep clean
expensive when having to buy bath and stand.


It is a decent sized bath that sits at a good height, but the wheels on the stand are not very good quality and keep getting stuck as you wheel it around. Very poor design.
It's a decent sized bath with a draining tube so there's no heavy lifting.
The wheels are SOOOOO annoying! They seem to get caught and stuck as you are trying to roll it from the sink to the place where the bath is. You need both hands and even the you spill water everywhere because the wheels keep getting stuck.

Questions & Answers

Can the stand and bath sit inside a normal bath?
1 answer
Hi jmo, The ‘stand’ wouldn’t fit inside a regular size bath tub, the actual portable bath itself can be placed inside a bath tub. I found those bath beds really helped too. You place the bath bed inside the portable bath, therefore you don’t hold the baby (holding a baby and soaping them can become slippery) Goodluck!!

I just need the stand please, how much?
1 answer
Call up baby bunting and ask, they're around $60 I think.

Does the bath comes with a tube? I'm planning to use it with the stand. Can't image lifting a full bath to empty it.
3 answers
Not that I know of. Keep in mind, we never put that much water in it so its not that heavy to lift for emptying. Alternatively, you could have a little bucket to scoop some of the water out if it is too heavy. But all in all, it was a very good bath and of great quality that has now been used for at least 5 toddlers and still going strong. (Not all the toddlers mine!!!!)Yes, the bath came with a tube. Hope that helps.Hi Mai, Yes it does come with a tube for easy draining. Just be careful not to drag the stand with the heavy tub of water. Over time my wheels started falling off and I had to keep attaching it back. Best if used near the shower/basin/bath so the tube can reach without dragging the stand. Hope this helps u decide.

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