Boon Pulp Silicone Feeder – Yellow (2pk), Teal

March 13, 2020 - Comment

Chew on this. We don’t mean to mouth off, but let’s be real about how mesh feeders can be a real mess and difficult to clean. Our silicone teething Feeder has some bite to it; allowing for easy feeding with its interior firm stem that forces food out where babies can get to it. It’s

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Chew on this. We don’t mean to mouth off, but let’s be real about how mesh feeders can be a real mess and difficult to clean. Our silicone teething Feeder has some bite to it; allowing for easy feeding with its interior firm stem that forces food out where babies can get to it. It’s simple to clean and more durable than mesh feeders. Boon totally has a handle on baby’s snack time and when something is this good, We think it’s okay to get a little mouthy about it.

Product Features

  • Soft-silicone cover allows baby to self-feed on fruits and vegetables through small holes
  • Quick snap ring allows for easy assembly
  • Small handle is perfect for baby’s grasp
  • Handle easily attaches to a tether
  • Silicone easily rinses clean

Comments

Anonymous says:

I write reviews either if I really like the item or hate it So, I write reviews either if I really like the item or hate it. I do not spend my time on so-so things.I purchased three types of feeders for my baby, all based on great reviews. Theory was great, but when in use, there are flaws.Here they are:#1-mesh feeder-mesh pouch can not be removed from the plastic part, therefore hard to clean, esp after banana-it’s a killer,#2-Boon feeder-handle gets very slippery, after messy meal, even when washed and dried w paper towel…

Anonymous says:

Great for little teethers! Just got this for our teething 5 month old. Super easy to open and close, as well as to clean (top rack dishwasher). We are using frozen breast milk because she’s still so young. I take one of my frozen bags and break a few pieces of milk off to put inside. Worth the buy if you’ve got a teething little one! If this review was helpful for you, please mark as helpful!

Anonymous says:

Great quality, but size too big. Picture about the size between Boon and Kidsme – large I put a picture about Boon and Kidsme together. I think some mom will want to see the size difference between these two products. Boon is much better quality than Kidsme, and charges less (almost 50% than Kidsme). However, Boon is too large for my 6-mo LO (90% in both height and weight). My LO wants to put everything into her mouth, so Boon is too large for her. One pros for Kidsme: Kidsme has a cover but boon doesn’t.

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