Advantages Makes lots of bubbles
Disadvantages Noisy and doesn't really massage much
JML Bath SpaI had looked at these and similar items on Amazon and they seemed so expensive and as I had no idea what they were like I wasn’t ready to risk spending my hard earned Amazon vouchers on one. A friend and I were in Buxton exploring the town one day and we were in a charity shop looking at books when I spotted this for £8. I asked if it had been electrically checked as I didn’t want to risk being electrocuted. The lady convinced me that everything is thoroughly checked before it can be sold in the shop so I thought I’d give it a try.
At that price I thought it could be considered my donation to the charity if it was awful. I did look in the box as I also didn’t really fancy using something grubby that had been in another person’s bath and everything looked new. I still filled my bath and put in baby bottle sterilising tablets prior to using it in my bath just to make sure.
It comes in quite a large box and in the box you get:
A roll out mat for the bottom of your bath with blue round discs in it
the small power box
A very long piece of connector tubing
A nice little remote control
Some little square things for you to put essential oil on. These go in the tubing near the motor to give you that aromatherapy experience.
The (now sterilised) mat goes on the bottom of the bath and there are suction caps on the bottom to fix it so that it doesn’t float around. You can decide where in the bath you want it or if you want it up the back a little then push down the suction caps to fix it. Initially I stupidly put the mat in the bath and connected the tube at the end that I would be sitting so once in the bath I realised this and had to do a bit of creative gymnastics to take the mat out and re stick it down the other way. The tube connects at your foot end!!So tube is connected to mat which is in the bath then the other end of the tube connects with the motor. Both the tube and the cable are really long so that you can plug it in outside the bathroom so there is no risk of any electricity in the bathroom and you can have the motor away from the bath too. Also it stipulates quite clearly that the box needs to be a certain distance away from the bath and needs to kept raised so you should not have it on the floor, this is so that there is no danger of any back flow of water getting into the power box. So you will need a suitable surface in your bathroom, like a small table or a chair a work surface or even just put the toilet lid down and put it on there.
The power box has an on off switch and then you can control it from the bath with the little remote. The first press makes it come on, the second press makes it bubble harder and the third press stronger still and it isn’t until the fourth press that it switches off.
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