Pipsy Koala Foam Bath Animals : Review

I am fortunate that my children enjoy their bath/showers, although in our house we only have a shower. Leah aged two happily still uses a baby bath whilst Lewis loves his showers, he’d happily shower twice a day if I let him!

Recently I was contacted by Pipsy Koala to do a couple more reviews for them, of which we were offered to review the Foam Bath Animals. I thought this would be a perfect opportunity for the kids to make use of the gazillion tiles in the shower cubicle so off I popped to fill Leah’s bath tub up ready.

These 10 adorable Australian themed animals come in a nifty little netted bag, perfect to attach to the tiles in our cubicle for the children to take the animals out and then get to work sticking them to the tiles. Afterwards the foam animals can then be put back into the bag for storage and draining.

The bag contains 2 of each of the featured animals from the Pipsy Koala range, they are; Pipsy Koala, Ellie Emu,Wally Wombat, Kenny Kangaroo & Bruce Crocodile.

Both Lewis & Leah enjoy the foam animals, they are really well made and are not overly soft and flimsy like other brands can be. They also stick really well to our tiles, no sliding once in place… unless you throw a bucket of water at them.

All the animals are made with 100% safe EVA foam and can be purchased direct from Pipsy Koala for £5.99

 

**This is not a sponsored post, I was provided with Foam Bath Animals to test and review. All words and opinions are my own.

4 Comments

  1. Gill Mitchell

    13th April 2014 at 10:26 pm

    How cute are these? ! I love the idea of colouring them with bath crayons.

  2. Helen McCarron

    13th April 2014 at 5:43 pm

    I second you on the bath crayons. Took forever to wash the marks away. Felt bad but hid them away from my son!

  3. Rebecca Bodkin

    13th April 2014 at 8:17 am

    @Wendy Collard I’d never thought of that, although we only tried bath crayons once and I was washing the marks away weeks later so didn’t get them out again!

  4. Wendy Collard

    12th April 2014 at 10:49 pm

    Very cute – I guess they could even colour them too with bath crayons? 🙂

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