Professional Grade ~ 55mm material (compared to 38mm)
For Water Birth
Eco-Friendly Material ~ no phthalates!
Built in cupholder
MyGoodBirth Care Access Fund will donate $20 to local programs and organizations in the United States that provide care to pregnant women who cannot afford to pay for it. For each product registration of a Birth Pool in a Box Professional, a $20 donation will be made to the MyGoodBirth Care Access Fund. In addition, you will benefit from a Liner Availability Guarantee** and receive a free copy of Our Water Baby e-book (value $6.99).
External Max Dimension: 76" x 65" x 30"
Internal Max Dimension: 56" x 45" x 27"
Internal Depth: 27"
Rim Width: 10"
Built in Seat: Yes
Disposable Liner: One Included per pool
Birth Pool in a Box Eco - PROFESSIONAL (HOSPITAL GRADE)
The Professional Model is designed for busy midwives or hospitals that want to just provide disposable liners for each client. The Professional Grade BPIAB is made for heavy use. A thicker plastic mil provides extra protection as well as an extra thick piece of material on the very bottom of the pool. This prevents any leaks or drips coming from the floor of the pool. The extra padding also makes it more comfortable for clients.
Three independent chambers for improved safety
The sides of Birth Pool in a Box are made of 3 independent tubular chambers stacked on top of each other. If one of them should puncture by accident, only 1/3 of the wall height will be lost.
Mothers requested strong handles on the outside of the pool for use when leaning on the side facing out. They are angled at 30 degrees for comfort and secure the form-fitted disposable liner in place.
Sturdy enough for birth partner and midwives to support from any position
Once the pool is filled, the sides are sturdy enough for a 210 lb (95.5kg) person to sit on the side without collapsing it.
Approximate time to inflate - 15-20 minutes
Approximate filling time - 40 minutes to 3 hours (depending on your water pressure and the size of your hot water tank.)
Birth Pool in a Box is made from PVC. PVC needs softening additives ("plasticisers") to make it flexible and the plasticisers historically used - compounds called phthalates - have been linked to fertility problems in animals and, by extension, people. Alternative plasticisers have been developed whose performance is close to that of phthalates and we have specified these for use in the new versions of Birth Pool in a Box.
Is there an Eco liner as well?
Yes! You can purchase your Eco Birth Pool in a Box Regular pool liner here
Each of our pools is warrantied to arrive to our customers in good condition.
Do not leave your pool in cold temperatures. This may damage the pool.
Please read instructions carefully prior to inflating pool.
Pools must be warmed to 70 degrees prior to unfolding and inflating to prevent damage to pool. Allow to warm in its vinyl bag (Oasis in its pool box) for 72 hours.
Customer is required to notify Your Water Birth .com of defective pools within seven days of pools arrival.
Customer is required to inflate their pool after arrival to check for defects. Inflate pool on day four to seven.
Pools are not warrantied for damage caused by misuse.
Pools are not warrantied for repeat labor & births accept for our PRO pools.
Please refer to PRO pool warranties at www.YourWaterBirth.com
Returns are not accepted after 14 days. See our "Return Policy"
Comes with warranty for 40 births (inflations for labor) or 1 year from day of purchase, which ever comes first. Warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship which includes:
- Fabric is covered against cracking, porosity and rot.
- Seams are covered against de-laminating
Warranty does not cover simple pinhole leaks. Patches come with the pool for this type of minor repair. Warranty does not cover punctures or tears caused by operator use and handling and does not apply to normal wear and tear. Drain and deflate your pool when not in use. Failure to do so can lead to pool damage and warranty will not apply. If planing to leave pool inflated between uses, it is advisable to partially deflate the pool and not leave it rigidly inflated.