CharliChair Baby Shower Chair
The CharliChair Baby Shower Chair will make sure that bath time with your baby will never be easier. The CharliChair is completely different to a baby bath. This is a baby shower chair. Most Mums and Dads go through the grief every day when bathing their baby with kneeling and bending over a bath tub. Partly because it is just not close enough or high enough.
The CharliChair solves this. It give you the convenience of a three level height adjustment for yourself and a multi-position recline for your baby.
This Baby Shower Chair will help your child to love bath time as they grow because they will be accustomed to it from birth!
The CharliChair makes it all easy. 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 backs and knees on a tiled floor. Bottom line is, the CharliChair takes the stress out of bath time!
Other features include:
- Nonslip seat surface and rubber feet.
- Corrosion protected legs.
- 5 point adjustable safety harness.
- No water build up.
- And it is suitable from newborn upto 17kg.
- multi-position recline.
- 3 level height adjustment.
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How we came about?? I’m a mother of three.
I’ve always struggled with bath time. Whether it’s the slip and slide at the newborn age, not to mention the aches and pains of both my knees and back, or the battle with the toddler who refuses to graduate to the shower. I hated bath time!
With my last child I was sure that there must be an easier way. I set out to search for something that kept me upright yet wasn’t strenuous for my back. In other words I was looking for a shower chair for babies yet couldn’t find it.
Why CharliChair and not Charliechair you ask! Our youngest child, Charli-Rose was the motivation behind this new idea, hence we only thought it right to have the chair named after her.