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BabyDam Bathwater Barrier

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always leaked suction cups never sucked on hard enough to stop it moving and this was well below the max mark over all total waste of money and it doesn't really save water when it keeps sliding down the bath and you have to keep topping the bath up to keep bub warm and there's more wait for it to collapse totally unexpectedly and you have a baby in your arms getting cold fast as your scrambling to grab a towel ok enough of my rant as you can all see im happy with it

expensive .bad prouct .bad service bad everythig

Misty75Metropolitan Adelaide, SA

Excellent product

  • 15 reviews



I still think the good old baby bath tub is better. You still need to bend your back. With a tub you can put it away when guests come & easier to clean. With the dam, you need to tuggle with the suction when removing it & make sure it's sealed tight again when putting it back in. Make sure you clean it thoroughly, with any plastic stuff, sud and mould can build up around the edges.
Fits into any bath tub size.
Can be used for washing the dog.
Saves water.
Good suction.
Still need to bend your back.
Sud build up around the plastic.

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Broken within 5 months of purchase & not even used for the whole time. Very disappointing after sales service & told there are no spare parts so the broken suction cup means we now have an expensive & useless piece of plastic. Overall not worth the cost
Saves water
No spare parts available, expensive, poor after sales service

MrsEdPO Box 874, SA
  • 99 reviews



Well I just don't like it. Too expensive for what it is (as others have stated, its just a piece of plastic) Lucky that mine was given to me as a gift, and I was very pleased as I thought it would be a great idea, but now I never use it, it just frustrates me! Always leaks, especially if you accidently knock it when the bath is full! Hoping anothe company comes up with a better design.
A great idea for water wise people.
Expensive to buy new, mine never seemed to seal properly, and leaks. Bathtime had to be done quickly before all the water escaped.

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Nathan S.
Nathan S.29 Oct 2019
  • 51 reviews



This is a GREAT idea as it saves time, money and water. The only bad thing is that it gives way and you need to clean and dry your bath every time so the dam won't leak water to the other side of the bath. They are expensive for a piece of plastic.
Saves time, money and water and baby can have a deep bath to kick in.
Expensive for plastic and need to clean every time

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