Review: Whitestep Flexibath Bath Toys

Whitestep specialises in kid’s products free of harmful and nasty chemicals. Whitestep’s mission is to provide parents with the latest, most innovative products for babies up to 3 years old.

Whitestep looks out for cool and trendy products manufactured by companies that won’t compromise on quality and safety standards.

Little man was sent a bath toy from Whitestep and he’s been having a lot of fun playing with it.

As soon as we received the bath toy, I liked straight away what was written on the box: “Wouldn’t it be fun if you could give your baby cool bath boys without uncool chemicals?”

Although my little boy is not a baby anymore, he still chews more or less everything in front of him. I was hoping he would grow out of it by now, but he still puts a lot of things in his month as a way of exploring objects around him.

It was definitely a relief knowing that he would be chewing on safe bath toys. Of course they were not designed to be chewed (and we do feed our son!), but it put my mind at rest knowing his toys had no chemicals.

Flexibath Bath Toys (RRP £13.95) is a colourful tea making set with a jug, two cups, a funnel, a lid and a table. The table can be attached to the bathtub using the specially designed suction cups.

Little man has been playing with his Whitestep bath toy for a few weeks now and he still loves it as much as he did when he first got it.

He loves having a bath and his tea making set has made it even more entertaining and enjoyable.

Not only they are fun, the Flexibath Toys are made from PP and TPE and comply with all relevant international standards. Both types of materials are free from PVC, Phthalates, BPA, heavy metals and other harmful and hazardous materials.

The Flexibath Toys are safe, clean and environmentally responsible products from A Real Cool World. Flexibath toys are soft as they are made soft TPE plastic. The bright colours stand out and you can play several games with the tea making set.

Flexibath Bath Toy is versatile. Little man found different ways of playing with it: counting the number of items on the table, saying the different colours, filling up the cups with bubbles, pouring some tea, pretend drinking.

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