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We offer two types of delivery baths. Birth Pool mobile delivery bath PRO in a Box and fixed delivery bath FP3. The mobile delivery bath is extremely suitable for midwife practices and hospitals. The fixed bath can be placed in birthing centres and delivery rooms.

Birth Pool in a Box

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White bottom

We are convinced of the advice of professionals, and midwives have asked for a white floor to promote visibility in the bath.

Space for partner

shared experience

The largest bath has plenty of space, so that the partner can also take a bath if necessary.

No drain plug

no weak spot

Midwives and mothers agreed that a drain plug would be an unnecessary weak spot of the bath.

Choice of two formats

Normal & Mini

Some have limited space, some want to get in with their partner and some want as much room to move as possible in the bath. This is why we have the bath in two sizes.

Extra strong handles on top

More grip

Mothers asked for handles to have full control while moving in the water. They are also used for grip during contractions or to hold them when getting in and out.

Adjustable height

Three separate air chambers

This is safer than one large air chamber in case of an occasional leak. It also allows you to adjust the height.

Egg-shaped

sense of security

Some mothers said they wanted a sense of security and others a sense of freedom of movement. That's why the bath got an egg shape. The seat sits on the narrowest side together with the upper handles. A favorite spot between contractions.

Tested for quality, durability and stability

Each bath is inflated and tested in the factory, so there are no faults and 5-10% is randomly tested again by independent inspectors. The edges are strong enough to carry a weight of 95 kilos, so you can lean and sit on them with ease. Partners and midwives love the width of the edges.

Extra strong side handles

Mothers wanted handles on the outer sides (2 pairs) of the bath to be used when leaning over the edge (on the knees). They are at an angle of 30 degrees for maximum comfort.

Extra strong side handles

Mothers wanted handles on the outer sides (2 pairs) of the bath to be used when leaning over the edge (on the knees). They are at an angle of 30 degrees for maximum comfort.

Solid blue color

Do not be distracted

Mothers wanted a wide rim around their heads, without distracting images and/or logos.

No handles inside

Mothers and midwives agreed that handles on the inside hinder freedom of movement and the proper use of an inner cover.

Cupholder

To make sure that the woman giving birth drinks sufficiently, without having to ask for it, a cupholder has been installed.

Seat

Mothers asked for a comfortable place to sit so that they could have a nice bath with the baby after delivery.

Transparent wall inside

Mothers love the perception of space created by the transparent interior.

Height adjustable

Midwives indicated that some pregnant women need a lower step in and out of the bath easily. So adjusting the height of it was a requirement. Let some air out of the middle ring and fill the upper and lower ring with more air.

Three separate air chambers

This is safer than one large air chamber in case of an occasional leak. It also allows you to adjust the height.

Opaque exterior

Mothers unanimously agreed that an opaque exterior provides a sense of privacy and security. We know that relaxation provides pain relief (oxytocin) and a sense of security and privacy contributes greatly to this.

  • White bottom

    We are convinced of the advice of professionals, and midwives have asked for a white floor to promote visibility in the bath.

  • Space for partner

    shared experience

    The largest bath has plenty of space, so that the partner can also take a bath if necessary.

  • No drain plug

    no weak spot

    Midwives and mothers agreed that a drain plug would be an unnecessary weak spot of the bath.

  • Choice of two formats

    Normal & Mini

    Some have limited space, some want to get in with their partner and some want as much room to move as possible in the bath. This is why we have the bath in two sizes.

  • Extra strong handles on top

    More grip

    Mothers asked for handles to have full control while moving in the water. They are also used for grip during contractions or to hold them when getting in and out.

  • Adjustable height

    Three separate air chambers

    This is safer than one large air chamber in case of an occasional leak. It also allows you to adjust the height.

  • Egg-shaped

    sense of security

    Some mothers said they wanted a sense of security and others a sense of freedom of movement. That's why the bath got an egg shape. The seat sits on the narrowest side together with the upper handles. A favorite spot between contractions.

  • Tested for quality, durability and stability

    Each bath is inflated and tested in the factory, so there are no faults and 5-10% is randomly tested again by independent inspectors. The edges are strong enough to carry a weight of 95 kilos, so you can lean and sit on them with ease. Partners and midwives love the width of the edges.

  • Extra strong side handles

    Mothers wanted handles on the outer sides (2 pairs) of the bath to be used when leaning over the edge (on the knees). They are at an angle of 30 degrees for maximum comfort.

  • Extra strong side handles

    Mothers wanted handles on the outer sides (2 pairs) of the bath to be used when leaning over the edge (on the knees). They are at an angle of 30 degrees for maximum comfort.

  • Solid blue color

    Do not be distracted

    Mothers wanted a wide rim around their heads, without distracting images and/or logos.

  • No handles inside

    Mothers and midwives agreed that handles on the inside hinder freedom of movement and the proper use of an inner cover.

  • Cupholder

    To make sure that the woman giving birth drinks sufficiently, without having to ask for it, a cupholder has been installed.

  • Seat

    Mothers asked for a comfortable place to sit so that they could have a nice bath with the baby after delivery.

  • Transparent wall inside

    Mothers love the perception of space created by the transparent interior.

  • Height adjustable

    Midwives indicated that some pregnant women need a lower step in and out of the bath easily. So adjusting the height of it was a requirement. Let some air out of the middle ring and fill the upper and lower ring with more air.

  • Three separate air chambers

    This is safer than one large air chamber in case of an occasional leak. It also allows you to adjust the height.

  • Opaque exterior

    Mothers unanimously agreed that an opaque exterior provides a sense of privacy and security. We know that relaxation provides pain relief (oxytocin) and a sense of security and privacy contributes greatly to this.

The most commonly used delivery bath. Birthpool in a Box is specially designed to give birth in the bath in a safe way, for both mother and baby. Check the Birthpool in a Box page why so many practices and hospitals choose this bath.

FP3 Childbath

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Freestanding placement

Midwives prefer a freestanding placement of the bath to better guide and support the woman.

Disposable water stop

Single-use water stop to prevent the risk of infection.

Depth

Midwives recommend a minimum depth of 63.5 cm.

Shaped edge

The shaped edge of the bath can be used for extra grip by the woman.

Softly shaped edges

Midwives asked for softly curved edges for the comfort of mother and midwife/nurse.

Cast handles

Midwives ask for moulded and shaped handles to reduce the risk of infection.

Narrower edge

Midwives asked the edge to be narrower here to be able to guide a safer one.

Seat and step

Midwives strongly recommend a flat elevation in order to be able to get in safely.

Anti-slip

Anti-slip surface for safety.

Edge to rest

Midwives recommend an edge of 13 cm to rest safely between boarding and alighting.

Comfortable angle

Midwives recommend a moderate angle of 18 degrees from the back for mother's comfort.

  • Freestanding placement

    Midwives prefer a freestanding placement of the bath to better guide and support the woman.

  • Disposable water stop

    Single-use water stop to prevent the risk of infection.

  • Depth

    Midwives recommend a minimum depth of 63.5 cm.

  • Shaped edge

    The shaped edge of the bath can be used for extra grip by the woman.

  • Softly shaped edges

    Midwives asked for softly curved edges for the comfort of mother and midwife/nurse.

  • Cast handles

    Midwives ask for moulded and shaped handles to reduce the risk of infection.

  • Narrower edge

    Midwives asked the edge to be narrower here to be able to guide a safer one.

  • Seat and step

    Midwives strongly recommend a flat elevation in order to be able to get in safely.

  • Anti-slip

    Anti-slip surface for safety.

  • Edge to rest

    Midwives recommend an edge of 13 cm to rest safely between boarding and alighting.

  • Comfortable angle

    Midwives recommend a moderate angle of 18 degrees from the back for mother's comfort.

The FP3 birthing pool is designed for waterborne births in hospitals or birthing centres with health, hygiene, comfort and mother & baby as the most important spearheads. Easy to install, safe and hygienic to use. 

Please contact us for prices, installation diagrams and technical information. 

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