So many baby pictures on Bargainmoose today but this deal was just too good to pass on telling all of you moosers! At Sears right now, you can get the Brica Right Height bath centre for just $5.99!
Bathing a baby can sure be challenging at times, especially when they are still in the newborn stage but baths like these certainly simplify the much necessary task. This bath is suitable for babies as young as newly born all the way up to two years of age as it is composed of a larger bath and a newborn insert that can be positioned in three different ways. The great part about the newborn insert is that it can also be tilted forward to ensure that your baby is ultra comfy.
Even better is that this Brica bath can be clipped onto a stepping stool in order to raise it and make it more comfortable for the parent(s) to bathe the baby. That same stool can also be used later as an actual stepping stool for kids to brush their teeth at the sink for instance.
Although Sears doesn’t list this bath centre as being on sale, $6 is an incredible price to pay for a baby bath. The next comparable one they have in stock is the Summer Infant newborn-to-toddler fold away baby bath but even that one is significantly pricier at $25.49 (reg. $29.99).
At Toys R Us, the cheapest one its kind is the Summer Infant Right Height bath center for $39.99, which is actually very perplexing because the picture used for that one is the exact same as the one use for Brica’s baby bath at Sears and they both have the same exact features. It’s a rather interesting “coincidence” for sure, so if you have been eyeing the Summer Infant one or if you just have been looking to get a baby bath in general, then the $6 Brica is definitely a worthy choice, especially since I would argue that it has a $40 value, hence putting this deal at a 85% discount!
Sears ships all orders over $99 for free, so if you only get this bath, then you would be looking at a $7.95 shipping fee. You can also choose to have it shipped to your local Sears store for free instead.
(Image Credit: Jordan Brock)