Floating plus Victoria and Albert bathtubs

emily_mbDecember 12, 2013

Because of a health condition, I want to be able to float my upper body in a tub. But I only have 62 inches for a tub unless I do some major remodeling. I now have a shower, so I cannot even begin to guesstimate if this is possible. I am 5'6" and in the "healthy weight" category (neither fat nor thin).

Can you float your upper body in your bathtub? How long is the floor of the tub? For floating, do I need to think about other factors besides length and depth?

Opinions about the Victoria and Albert bathtubs IOS or Edge.

Thank you

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Linelle

I am curious about adult-sized people floating in a tub, particularly the upper body. I remember being a kid and trying to float, but I just can't picture what is going on here. I can get my legs to float, I think. :)

    Bookmark   December 14, 2013 at 11:08AM
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emily_mb

Will let you know

    Bookmark   December 14, 2013 at 9:32PM
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