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Sassy Teething Feeder
3.93 / 5 based on 207 Reviews
This is a great way to give baby whole, fresh, age appropriate foods while reducing the risk of choking. Water filled area in handle keeps food cool longer. Size allows child to hold and self-feed. Mesh bag allows child to safely discover whole foods. Sap-on cover keeps food clean and ready to eat. Assorted boy and girl colors. Inspire independence. Colors shipped will vary. see more...
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Sassy Teething Feeder
- "A great product to get fruit into young babes with less of choking hazard and also great to use frozen fruit to aid in teething." in 15 reviews
- "My daughter loved sucking bananas through these things, but its nearly impossible to get all the mess out of them." in 11 reviews
- "This product Is a night mare to clean, and an awful mess when baby is actually using it too, but with that being said my son loved them with a banana or strawberry and helped with teething " in 8 reviews
- "This is a great way to let your baby feed himself fresh fruit but it is not worth the effort to clean the netting, especially for bananas." in 7 reviews
- "its a great way to give your teething baby fresh fruits but i agree with the others its hard to wash and when you store it you have to make sure it is completely dry. " in 6 reviews
So far I have used them twice with my son with a banana and he loved, very true hard to clean but I let it sit in bleach water overnight and it was good as new
Use these a lot with teething put ice cube or frozen fruit and veggies. they are a little bit of a pain to clean
I had a chance to use this product with my daughter. I could take fruit and place the entire piece in the mesh and give it to her. The only major drawback was the mesh got gross after a while. I didn't want to put bleach on it because I didn't want her ingesting that. In addition the juice from the fruit would get all over so be prepared to have wipes super handy or just give them this teether when you have them in yucky clothes! But if you want them to enjoy the fruit, this product is for you!
I used these with david when he was about 4 months old . The first thing i put in there to let him try was Mandarins and he LOVED it !!!! gives them relief from teething and they get to try new stuff without choking . I would keep them inside my freezer to keep them cold and ready for my baby
This thing is a neat idea but a total disaster. Munchkin makes a silicone one that is a million times better. The mesh gets so dirty sp fast and it's hard to clean and it drips. It's not worth the fuss.
I love the idea of this product, however, I only used mine a few times, and then threw it away! :/ I would put it in the dishwasher, and then would still have to try and clean it by hand, and to get all the food out, it took forever! I don't recommend these to anyone, unless you want to waste your time trying to clean it!
The idea is great and my son who has had a really hard time teething really likes it when I give him a banana or slice of apple in here.... The problem? difficult to clean... other tha that it gets a thumbs up form me
LOVE this! You can steam anything or something raw (fruit) and put in there. My son LOVED this product!!
This teething feeder was great for my daughter to eat fruit before she was able to fully chew on them by herself but once her front teeth came in they would get stuck to the mesh so we were no longer able to use them. And it took me a while to figure out how to open the feeder to put the food inside.
I think in theory that these are really cool however in reality they were hard to clean, easy to lose and never really kept the interest of my children more than a few minutes, which was enough to thoroughly dirty the mesh but not enough to get any food through.
Q & A
What is your favorite food to use in this teething feeder for your little one?
How do you clean these?! I filled them with frozen banana's and blueberries and have chunks stuck in the mesh.
What do you usually put in here?
Is this truly worth the money?
At what age is it safe to use these on your baby? My baby is 3months & he is already getting fusy wanting to put everything in his mouth & I'm guessing it's that he is starting to teeth
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