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Review: We live in a cold, old and drafty house. Even though we keep the heat up, getting out of the shower or bath makes for a very chilly body. We have a 3 year old and a 9 week old baby who we struggle to keep them warm when we are finished. Especially with the new baby she isn’t used to the cold and the warm bath is good until its time to get out. A towel warmer is the perfect thing for the little ones. I have always wanted to try one, but never was able to. Baby’s Journey gave me the opportunity.
I was very excited to try the warmer out on our next bath. It was all ready to use, no assembly required!
Power AC/120V (60Hz)
Green light on the plug indicates the power is on.
The lid doesn’t lock. It does snap shut though for a secure seal
There is an “ON” button. A green light indicates that its heating up, a red button to indicate when the towel is heated and ready to use. And also has an auto shut off.
The inside well is very large. I was able to fit a super sized beach towel inside with more room to spare. You are able to warm towels, onesies and blankets in about 10 minutes.
This seriously has been the best ever at bathtime. I use this on a daily basis with both my little kids (and I have even warmed my towels while I bathed too).
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