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Baby ComfyNose Nasal Aspirator (Blue)
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- Uses your own suction as the most effective method to remove nasal mucus
- Designed to use household tissue as a filter - nothing else to buy
- Soft nose tip and mouthpiece
- Advanced design prevents contact with mucus and germs
- Handy mesh dishwasher/storage pouch keeps pieces together
- Medical-grade quality
- 100 dishwasher cycle-tested
- Made in USA
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Provides astonishingly effective mucus removal for your child's congested nose. The patented tissue filtration system is superior to foam rubber filters - and no filters to buy. The nylon mesh drawstring pouch allows the aspirator to hygienically dry after washing. Do not use air-tight plastic containers for storage as this creates conditions for harmful viral and bacterial growth. Use the open mesh pouch for convenient storage at home or in the diaper bag. Three color choices keeps aspirators separate. Ideal for siblings and multiples. The suction power is limited only by the suction you can draw. Always safe for parent and child because you are in control of the suction being generated. Significantly more effective than standard bulb and battery-powered nasal aspirators. Dishwasher Safe. BPA and phthalate Free. Safety nose-tip designed so that it can not be inserted too deeply. You have found the most effective nasal aspirator available on the market today.
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Husband: I could do a commercial for this snot sucker! Not with baby though, he loathes it.
Me: But you love it? It's great right? Didn't realize how crappy the other one was. I think the suction on that other one sucked. Or not sucked as it were.
Hubs: Yes got so much more. It's motto could be "nothing sucks more!"
Me: The flexible tubing, the shorter spout if that's what you call it. No filters, just tissue. It's perfect. I should write a review on Amazon.
If like us, you have tried other name brand snot suckers and were underwhelmed, try this. Your baby might still hate it but you will not be disappointed. Since there's better suction, even though baby is miserable, it's far quicker and more effective than trying to suck through the other kind and barely moving a booger. Also you aren't fighting baby's flailing arms, while simultaneously trying to hold stiff tubing to a nose-piece the size of Arkansas to baby's head which is rapidly turning side to side trying to escape the feeling of hard plastic in a delicate nostril. One word of caution, keep the tissue or toilet square loosely wadded in the container. If it's too compact you might accidentally suck some snot up. Loosely wadded tissue helps collect all the gunk. Happy sucking!
When my first kiddo was a baby we had a Nosefrida. That was the big brand available at the time, and that one absolutely worked well. I think it spawned the idea for other brands. We had no complaints or problems with that one, we just loaned it out before baby #2 was born. I did some research, and decided to try this brand this time. It was pretty much the same, though this one had a better storage system and the tubing seemed to stay together a little better during use.
This one comes with a breathable storage bag, which is nice. The only thing grosser than a snot sucker is a moldy snot sucker. Ew!
The parts are easily put together. The only other hard part is pinning the little one down to use this thing!! I would recommend using this first when your baby is too big to kick and throw too much of a fuss. If the kiddo is 2 the first time you try this, you might never get them to stay still enough!