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    Flexi-Bath Folds Up After Bath Time

    Flexi-Bath Folds Up After Bath Time

    Flexi-Bath Folds Up After Bath Time

    The Flexi-bath has looks, style and functionality. Kids can use the bath up to the age of four and it also folds up when bath time is over.

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    The Flexi-bath is a hard plastic children’s bathtub made from polypropylene and thermoplastic elastomeric (TPE). The corners and non-slip bottom of the bath have lines of TPE, which enable you to fold the bathtub flat with a touch of your hand. The sides and the bottom are made from polypropylene, which help give the bath stability and make it strong enough to withstand everyday use. Once it is folded, it can be stored in a cupboard, on a shelf or behind a door.

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    The Flexi-bath was designed by Danish company, A Real Cool World. It comes in a variety of colors, including green/lime, pink/red, red/blue and transparent/turquoise.

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    The bath can be filled to 39 liters and weighs just under 3 pounds. Its dimensions are: 66.5cm (26.18 inches) long x 38.9cm (15.31 inches) wide x 23.8cm (9.37 inches) high. Flexibath is available for $70.

    A Real Cool World website, DanskDesign

    Published on May 21, 2010

    David Novak
    David Novak
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