- Product Dimensions: 10 x 2.5 x 1 cm ; 18.1 g
- Item model number: NUM100
- ASIN: B01GEOZEVU
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 23 August 2014
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,67,675 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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- The revolutionary new first step to self-feeding, the NumNum is sold in a two-pack.
- Its innovative design makes it easier to use than a spoon because there's no right or wrong way to hold it.
- Plus, the NumNum head (one for thinner first foods and the other for thicker first foods) grabs just enough for baby while leaving very little mess.
- Over time, your baby will begin scooping the food, an indication he or she is ready for the spoon. NumNum, indeed!
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Designed for use with a child's first pureed foods, NumNum is an easier, smarter way for babies to explore self-feeding. It helps baby develop the skills necessary to graduate to the spoon. It can also use as a teether to soothe baby's sore gums. Do not microwave, boil, or steam sterilize.
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Edited - adding a month later that the orange spoon is now unusable because the material has torn at the end. I'm not sure whether I want to repurchase these knowing the new ones will most likely fall apart too.
The reason I knocked it off a star is what another reviewer had mentioned: there are 4 injection moulding holes where food gets stuck. I've posted a picture of the blue spoon with butternut squash stuck in the holes. It's a tad bit inconvenient and hard to see if there is food stuck in there on the orange spoon when it's orange food you're dealing with. They are cleanable--but you have to do it by hand. I use my finger nail to push out the food.
I've just started using them recently, so if there are any other issues, I'll be sure to update.