Aquaborn Eco Birth Pool w/ lid, liner, safe hose, Python faucet pump, adapters, thermometer, net
Bought an Aquaborn Eco birth pool and various accessories but ended up having the baby in the bathtub before I could inflate the pool. The pool and all items listed here with it are new and still in the packages.
It comes with the lid and liner. This is the deepest birth pool available on the market. It is quite cushy and nice- lots of bells and whistles :D
Here is the Python pump: http://www.amazon.com/Python-No-Spill-Clean-Fill-13-B/dp/B000255NVE
This pump is neat. You attach it to your faucet with the universal adapter and/or another adapter I bought at the hardware store and you can use it to both fill AND drain your pool into your sink.
Also included are a 50 foot Neverkink drinking water safe hose- Lead and PCB free, a pool thermometer that goes up to 120 degrees, and a fish net used to remove stuff from the water and keep it clean.
I will also throw in a bunch of chux pads and a large soaker sheet I have that I didn't use- They are great for postpartum to keep lochia off your sheets and chairs. I just used them everywhere I sat for a few weeks after the birth.
I paid quite a bit for these items as I bought and shipped them all separately, but will sell them together for $199 plus $50 shipping. No shipping cost for local pickup in the Grand Forks, ND area.
Contact me with questions and I will get back to you ASAP. Thanks for looking!
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