The Puj tub is a new infant bathtub unlike anything I've seen or used before. The Puj people (I like saying that) sent me my very own Puj tub to review and try for myself. Here's what Hank and George and I thought:Pros:
- Both my babies cry at bathtime, UNTIL I used the Puj tub. No lie. They love it.
- Fits in the sink so I can stand and bathe them.
- No bending over the bathtub, which kills my back.
- Stores completely flat.
- Hangs easily on any hook (for example on the back of the bathroom or laundry room door).
- No bulky storage here.
- Easy to fold/unfold and click magnets together/apart with one hand.
- Made of soft foam.
- To drain, just unfold.
- Dries very quickly.
- Did I mention no crying with this tub? It's true.
- When I filled the tub (before the baby got in) some of the water spilled out onto the counter. There are a few holes, which I think is a great idea so you don't overfill it, but it was somewhat awkward to figure out at what angle the tub should be, so the water would spill into the sink, not the counter. The second time I used it, I got the hang of it a little better by using less water and changing the angle of the tub somewhat.
- Each baby got so excited and happy to be in this tub, that they kicked their legs enough so the magnets holding the tub together came unclicked. This caused a little of the water to spill out into the sink, but the shape of the sink still kept the tub together, for all intents and purposes.
- The faucet seemed to be in the way a little. Maybe that's just my short faucet.
- Not easy to wash the babies' hair in this tub. So i just did that in the sink after the bath.
Overall, I think this product has some serious back-saving, happy-baby goodness. I am impressed with the creative minds behind the Puj.