20 October 2015

..::Product Review::.. Quik Solve's Inflatable Bath Tub

My Review of the Quik Solve Inflatable Bath Tub

What is it exactly?

     From the website. . .
"Fill up this portable InTime inflatable brand bath tub and place it anywhere in your house, condo or apartment and get the bath you've longed for. Take it with you wherever you're camping or out to the cabin and feel fresh once a day. Nurses, caregivers and aids love the safety this tub provides patients, seniors who have trouble going upstairs for a bath, disabled family members or those with injury recovering from surgery."


I was sent the inflatable bath tub from Quik Solve to review.  

The price for this tub is ~ $139.99. It ships free with Amazon Prime.

Packaging & Presentation of the Quik Solve Inflatable Bath Tub
The bathtub set (I say set because there are so many different parts to it) arrived in excellent condition.  The box was very colorful and full of information.  Everything inside was intact and ready to get started. There weren't any real instructions, so that was disappointing.  It wasn't super hard to figure out, though.

Everything directly for the bathtub was inside the bathtub box.  The pump, drain hose, and mesh bag were separate.

There is also a patch kit, mesh bag, and flexi hoses.

There is a very bold logo on the front.

My Personal Experience with the Quik Solve Inflatable Bath Tub

I guess I was expecting something a lot harder to put together, but this was incredibly simple, and set up in only minutes.

First, I laid everything out and determined where I needed to push air.  I found the valves, and filled it up.

Next, attach the clamp to the drain tube, and attach that.

That's practically everything.  Fill it up to your liking using the flexihoses, and make sure to keep it zipped up as it keeps the heat in.

The bottom is cushion-y too, because you inflate that as well.

The cupholders hold cans, but not bottles.

I fit (all 5'4" of me) perfectly in here.  I'm not smooshed, cramped, or uncomfortable.

Pros of the Quik Solve Inflatable Bath Tub
  • Very easy to setup.
  • Great size.
  • Zipped cover keeps heat in.
  • Easy to drain with thick drain hose.
Cons of the Quik Solve Inflatable Bath Tub
  • I wish there were a little more detailed directions.

        I’ve lived in quite a few different homes, and all of them had decent bathtubs. Until two years ago, when I lived in a one-bath house that didn’t have one at all! I had no idea how much I missed one! We moved into our new house 18 months ago, and we had an entire spa suite in here! However, the first time that I go to use it—it’s broken. We had to gut it ALL out.

        This is definitely the next best thing. Actually, it’s a LOT cheaper, and it’s portable. I can do so much with this. Think about it—I can have a relaxing bath in my bathroom like a normal person; I can have a relaxing bath in the living room as I watch my Soap Operas, and I can have a relaxing bath outside since I live in the country and nobody will see me…

        When I took this out of the box, I was a little disheartened that there were no instructions that guide through setup. I know it’s fairly simple to figure it out, but I like to KNOW that I’m doing it right. I used a Shop Vac to inflate this, and I had the entire thing setup in about 5 minutes (including drain hose). It was very comfortable to sit in, and only takes about 10 minutes to fill up if you have slow water like I do. The zipped cover keeps the heat in, so you really don’t need to worry about a secondary warmer.

        I’m 5’4” (64”) and I can fit perfectly in here, with room to spare. The included pillow provides nice lumbar support if you want to sit up and just enjoy the tub. I’m not tall enough to reach the arm supports when I sit up, but the side rails serve the same purpose. The ONLY thing that I would change is that the cup holder does NOT fit a 20 oz. bottle, and I usually drink those. It DOES fit a can, though. I don’t typically drink things from cans, but you know… I would also love to see a little storage bag to keep this in. Boxes don’t last forever—they fall apart. I think a bag would be helpful to keep everything together.

        Are you wanting to try the Quik Solve Inflatable Bath Tub, too?  Click the link below, and order away!  


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        DISCLAIMER:  I received the product mentioned above complimentary for review and testing purposes. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  All opinions stated above are solely mine, and have not been influenced in any way.  I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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