HOW TO USE
G1 - STARTER RING
G2 - BODY RING
G3 - SWIM SEAT

Swimava Starter Ring Instructions – Step by Step:

1. Inflate the Swimava Starter Ring

- Insert the pump nozzle firmly into the top air chamber safety valve to break the factory seal. Be careful not to damage the air valve.

- Pump up the top chamber until it is full and feels firm. Next repeat steps with the bottom chamber. If the seams begin to show strain stop inflation and release air to reduce pressure until all signs of stress on the seams are gone. (See Fig. 1 &2)

- Ensure each valve is securely plugged after being filled. Regularly check the valves to ensure they are plugged.

- Do not over inflate the ring.

- Prior to each use of the Starter Ring Put the ring completely under water for 60 seconds and check for any air bubbles indicating leakage.

- The small air pump is not a toy, keep it out of reach of children.

Inflate:

Use the pump to inflate, then push valve down firmly to close

Deflate:

Squeeze valve to release air

2. Place the Swimava Starter Ring on your infant

- Caregiver #1 should support the infant’s head while Caregiver #2 fastens the Starter Ring. Open the Starter Ring and gently bring it around the infant’s neck from the front or from behind. The infant handles should be on the bottom and facing down. (See Fig. 3)

- Close the Starter Ring securing both the top and bottom buckles. Gently lift the infant’s chin before fastening.

- Always adjust the Starter Ring diameter to suit your infant prior to placing him in the pool or bath.

- You should always be able to slide at least 2 fingers in between the Starter Ring and your infant all the way around. Watch closely for signs of distress or discomfort. (See Fig 4)

- You can slightly decrease the lower/inner air chamber pressure to relax the inner ring diameter if the ring feels too tight.

- The upper air chamber should always be fully inflated.

- The Starter Ring should freely move around the infant’s neck and should only be supporting the head above the water.

3. Test the Water Temperature and Adjust the Water Level

- Fill the Swimava Bath or your bath tub with warm water.

- Adjust the water level so your infant can float and enjoy free movement of his arms and legs in the water while the Swimava Starter Ring acts as a gentle support keeping the head above water. (See Fig. 5)

- The water temperature should be approximately 34 degrees Celsius (93 degrees Fahrenheit) with no more than +/- 2 degrees Celsius (+/- 3,6 degrees Fahreinheit) variation. Monitor the water temperature with a floating baby thermometer.

4. Place your Infant in the Water

- Support your infant from under the arms while gently placing him in the bath or pool.

- Never leave an infant unattended while using this Swimava Starter Ring or any floatation product. Always remain within arm’s reach.

- Never Use the infant handles on the Starter ring to lift your infant in or out of the water.

- Do not use bath oils in the water as these can affect the durability of the plastic PVC Swimava Starter Ring. This could also make surfaces unexpectedly slippery and lead to an accident when removing your infant from the water.

- Pay close attention to your infant for signs he is ready to finish bath/swim time. Your infant most certainly will let you know when he has had enough

- Although it may be possible for you infant to enjoy the Swimava Starter Ring for over 20 minutes per session, this should not be exceeded.

5. Take your Infant out of the Water

- Two caregivers should always be present when taking your infant out of the water.

- Caregiver #1 should hold the infant firmly under the arms while lifting the infant out of the water. Caregiver #2 should slowly remove the Swimava Starter Ring. (See Fig.6)

Swimava Starter Ring Instructions – Step by Step:

1. Inflate the Swimava Starter Ring

- Insert the pump nozzle firmly into the top air chamber safety valve to break the factory seal. Be careful not to damage the air valve.

- Pump up the top chamber until it is full and feels firm. Next repeat steps with the bottom chamber. If the seams begin to show strain stop inflation and release air to reduce pressure until all signs of stress on the seams are gone. (See Fig. 1 &2)

- Ensure each valve is securely plugged after being filled. Regularly check the valves to ensure they are plugged.

- Do not over inflate the ring.

- Prior to each use of the Starter Ring Put the ring completely under water for 60 seconds and check for any air bubbles indicating leakage.

- The small air pump is not a toy, keep it out of reach of children.

Inflate:

Use the pump to inflate, then push valve down firmly to close

Deflate:

Squeeze valve to release air

2. Place the Swimava Starter Ring on your infant

- Caregiver #1 should support the infant’s head while Caregiver #2 fastens the Starter Ring. Open the Starter Ring and gently bring it around the infant’s neck from the front or from behind. The infant handles should be on the bottom and facing down. (See Fig. 3)

- Close the Starter Ring securing both the top and bottom buckles. Gently lift the infant’s chin before fastening.

- Always adjust the Starter Ring diameter to suit your infant prior to placing him in the pool or bath.

- You should always be able to slide at least 2 fingers in between the Starter Ring and your infant all the way around. Watch closely for signs of distress or discomfort. (See Fig 4)

- You can slightly decrease the lower/inner air chamber pressure to relax the inner ring diameter if the ring feels too tight.

- The upper air chamber should always be fully inflated.

- The Starter Ring should freely move around the infant’s neck and should only be supporting the head above the water.

3. Test the Water Temperature and Adjust the Water Level

- Fill the Swimava Bath or your bath tub with warm water.

- Adjust the water level so your infant can float and enjoy free movement of his arms and legs in the water while the Swimava Starter Ring acts as a gentle support keeping the head above water. (See Fig. 5)

- The water temperature should be approximately 34 degrees Celsius (93 degrees Fahrenheit) with no more than +/- 2 degrees Celsius (+/- 3,6 degrees Fahreinheit) variation. Monitor the water temperature with a floating baby thermometer.

4. Place your Infant in the Water

- Support your infant from under the arms while gently placing him in the bath or pool.

- Never leave an infant unattended while using this Swimava Starter Ring or any floatation product. Always remain within arm’s reach.

- Never Use the infant handles on the Starter ring to lift your infant in or out of the water.

- Do not use bath oils in the water as these can affect the durability of the plastic PVC Swimava Starter Ring. This could also make surfaces unexpectedly slippery and lead to an accident when removing your infant from the water.

- Pay close attention to your infant for signs he is ready to finish bath/swim time. Your infant most certainly will let you know when he has had enough

- Although it may be possible for you infant to enjoy the Swimava Starter Ring for over 20 minutes per session, this should not be exceeded.

5. Take your Infant out of the Water

- Two caregivers should always be present when taking your infant out of the water.

- Caregiver #1 should hold the infant firmly under the arms while lifting the infant out of the water. Caregiver #2 should slowly remove the Swimava Starter Ring.


P1 - DELUXE HOME SPA POOL
It is a 5-stage Tube Type Product.

It can adjust the height by putting only air as necessary, and it is a multipurpose pool that can be stably mounted even when water is not filled.

Rugged Tube Construction.

The air is injected into each of the 5-stage tubes by using the air pump for exclusive use of the pool, which is the basic component.

Broad Utilization.

Due to the weight of the tubular structure and thick fabric, it does not collapse even in the absence of water.

American Sailing Style.

Featuring luxurious boat illustrations.


P2 - COMPACT BABY HOME SPA
Even in a small space is OK!

Easy installation! Baby Swim Moments to Watch Baby Closer.

Easy Installation.

You can use it just by putting the support around the product.

Easy Drainage Structure.

Valve type drain is provided, and it is easy to remove water after use.

Popular illustrations of The original baby duck character of Swimava is drawn on the outside of the pool, making it cuter.

Depth is the most important factor for your baby's ideal baby swim. If the water depth is low, the baby's position may become uncomfortable. The deeper the water, the more freely the limbs move. The Swimava compact baby home spa can hold more than 200 liters of water.


P3 - LE MACARON BABY HOME SPA
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