The BathBuoy was designed as a water saving device, basically it’s a blow up island that you put in the bath and it can save up to 30 litres of water per bath by displacing the water. I’m not really that concerned over the water saving, my children still bath together so we save water that way anyway. But the BathBuoy does make the bath fill up quicker, which isn’t a bad thing when you have two excited children waiting to jump in! The kids think that the Pirate Island is a good toy, the only thing it is missing is some little pirates to play with it! We are using some little plastic figures we had already as the pirates and that makes it even better!
It’s only £9.99 (plus £1.99 postage), currently though you can get it for just £4.99 (plus postage) from BathBuoy so it’s very inexpensive and it could save you up to £40 per year on your water bill too if you have a water meter fitted. So not only can you feel good because you are saving water and therefore helping the environment but you are also saving money so you can feel thrifty too!