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Baby Diego Bathinette Deluxe, Beige

$139.00
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  • TAG : Mother bathing baby in a bathinette, circa 1950's.
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  • Baby Diego's deluxe bathinette offers parents the comfort and practicality of a wheeled bathing and changing station at waist level. Roll bathinette into the most convenient location to bathe your baby. The changing pad includes a safety strap and is made of soft non toxic cushioned vinyl and can be easily wiped clean. Two large storage trays and caddy compartments keep towels, toys, diapers and bathing supplies neatly organized and within easy reach.

    Baby Diego is a leadingmanufacturer of 'The Bathinette', alsoknown internationally as "Tina","Banheira", "Bagnetto", "Banera".This bath & changer combo is popular with mothers worldwide &now available in the USA ...

  • Baby Diego is a leadingmanufacturer of 'The Bathinette', alsoknown internationally as "Tina","Banheira", "Bagnetto", "Banera".This bath & changer combo is popular with mothers worldwide &now available in the USA ...

    Product Description
    Pamper your baby & yourself (especially your back!) No more bending to bathe your baby in the tub. No more taking baby into the kitchen sink. This wheeled bathinette offers parents the comfort and practicality of an elevated bathing station, dedicated only to baby bath time. It works best in ample living space so it can be moved from room to room. Keep towels, soap, shampoo, diapers, toys and all other supplies neatly organized and within easy reach in the two large storage trays below the bath. The changing pad includes a safety strap and is made of soft cushioned vinyl, it can be easily cleaned with soap and water. The locking wheels allow for it to be rolled in any room of the house. Our bathinette is designed to allow an infant to lie down or a toddler to sit up while bathing. We recommend for use with babies 0-15 months up to 30lbs.

    This model doesn't fold. Assembly time is approximately 30 minutes (some steps require two people).

    Height on this model once assembled is 38 inches (most people find it more comfortable) If you are looking for less height please look at our standard model which is 35 inches tall.

    HOW IT WORKS: Place the bathinette in the most convenient location to bathe your baby. Simply open and push back the top in order to expose the bathtub. Fill up tub with hand shower wand or small bucket. After bath, a long drain tube allows for it to be easily drained. Lift baby out of the bathtub and pull the top back over for a firm drying surface to get baby dressed.

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  • Description: Black-and-white photo, 4.3" wide x 3" high, of baby Harrison Gates Daniel, third child of Margaret and Clifton Daniel, sitting in a bathinette. From: Museum Collection #93.12 (items found inside locked credenza in Harry S. Truman's working office at Truman Library).
    Date: ca. September 1963
    Related Collection:
    ARC Keywords: Babies; Presidential family
    HST Keywords: Truman - Margaret - Daniel, Harrison Gates
    People Pictured: Daniel, Harrison G. (Harrison Gates), 1963-
    Rights: Copyrighted - This item is copyrighted and cannot be published, reproduced or otherwise used without the explicit permission of the copyright holder.

    BabyDiego Posh Bathinette

    Form meets function in this sturdy, Italian-designed bathing and changing station ($140) that pampers both the bambino and the parents (no need to bend anymore!). Used with the lid open, it's a bathtub. With the lid closed, it's a changing table. When not in use, BabyDiego folds for compact storage.

Mother bathing baby in a bathinette, circa 1950's.

The bathinette had been manufactured by the Baby Bathinette Corporation and sold to Sears, Roebuck and Company for resale. The hollow, square pieces of magnesium alloy from which the legs had been made had been purchased by the Baby Bathinette Corporation from the White Metal Rolling & Stamping Corp., which had manufactured and sold them for such use.