- Five-point adjustable safety harness
- Rust-proof Aluminium legs
- New Bath Feature
- Slick new colours Black and white on Aluminium
- No sore knees or backache from bending, kneeling or lifting
- Ideal if youve had back problems or a c-section Lets you and baby bathe together for a stronger bonding experience
- Easier to bathe reluctant toddlers and children with disabilities
- Great for asthmatic babies who benefit from shower steam
- Perfect for infant bathing in places with no bath tub
- Encourages kids to love showers right from birth Quicker and uses less water - so you save time, money, and the environment
FUNCTIONALITY & DESIGN
- Portable under 5kg, you can take CharliChair everywhere
- Suitable for ages/sizes from newborn up to 17kg
- Three-level height adjustment between 83cm and 93cm
- Multi-position recline
- Works with adjustable and fixed shower heads
- Comfortably fits shower bases as small as the size of 90cmx 90cm
Now with an extra Bath Feature and slick new Aluminium look.
The five point harness keeps the newborn in place.
The chair is elevated to the required height.
The seat may be tilted to the required angle according to preference. It also helps avoid future struggles as the child will become accustomed to the shower from birth.
The CharliChair prevents the pain parents feel from bended knees and back on a tiled floor. Bottom line is, the CharliChair takes the stress out of bath time!
"HATE KNEELING AND BENDING OVER A BABY BATH TUB THAT’S JUST NOT CLOSE ENOUGH OR HIGH ENOUGH?"
Say hello to better bath times with CharliChair - the stress-free and pain-free answer to infant bathing woes Because CharliChair safely positions your baby at a comfortable height in your shower, bathing your bub has never been easier, safer, or more relaxing."
- Additional Info
Product Code 103333 Brand Charli Chair Suitable for Newborn to 3 years Video
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