Selecting a Pool

While some women choose to deliver in their bathtubs most women prefer an inflatable tub specifically designed for birth. The pools are cushioned on the bottom, and have inflated sides that are comfortable to lean against and strong enough to lean over. Some of the higher end pools have handles to hold on to which helps some mothers during pushing.

You can place the pool in the center of a room so there is easy access all around. If you don’t have a pump to remove the water we suggest you place the pool closer to a window.

Always test out your fill system to make sure everything is working properly. During labor is not the time to find out the hose adapter doesn’t work!

We ask that you not get a pool that is wider than 60 inches so that our access to you and the baby is not limited.

FYI – a gallon of water weighs a little over eight pounds

The Aquarium Pool can be found under “Options” on our birth kit link. Other pools and water birth supplies are available at: Birth With Love or Your Water Birth
(discount code for Your Water Birth is DPulley)

Aquarium Pool

60 inches diameter x 22 inches deep
Water Capacity: 110 gallons

Oasis Eco Elite Pool

66 inches x 54 inches x 28 inches deep
Water Capacity: 120 gallons

Oasis Eco Pool

60 inches diameter x 22 inches deep
Water Capacity: 110 gallons

Oasis Eco Oval Pool

64 inches x 50 inches x 24 inches deep
Water Capacity: 115 gallons

Mini Birth Pool in a Box

65 inches x 57 inches x 26 inches deep
Water Capacity: 127 gallons

LA BASSINE Birthing Pool

65 inches x 53 inches x 25 inches deep
Water Capacity: 100 gallons

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