- Alder wood natural teether. Safe green teething toy from solid wood. Wood is high temperature treated.
- Wood is high temperature treated
- Hand carved and polished without any additives (only mechanical polishing); Allergy free; BPA free
- Convenient size; Easy to hold; No removing parts
- Wash with warm water after use; Can be rinsed with boiling water (but don’t boil it prolonged); Don’t use high reaction chemicals or detergents
Sensitive Babies Read here first!
DISCLAIMER: My baby is HIGHLY sensitive to many hypoallergenic things…If this is your baby, read on. If not, you’re lucky and this toy gets 5 Stars!—My baby and I really love this toy. However, baby was very allergic to this toy. This is the only reason I can’t give it 5 stars. It’s only raw wood and rope but my baby was allergic. I want to because when she first got it handed to her she stayed entertained for 15 minutes. 15 Minutes!! That is gold to any parent. I sprayed it with vinegar (to kill bacteria). Then, washed it with soap and water. Sadly, after she played with it that first time, she had a rash around her mouth. Booo!So, I wrote to the seller and asked for explicit products, if any, were used (since it it only made of raw wood and rope). They wrote back immediately.This was the response AND it came with an authorization for a refund:"This is unfinished european wood specie – alder wood. It’s locally harvested. No chemicals and no wax used.Rope is pure cotton, unbleached.This toy doesn’t contain allergens.For proper handling try to rinse it every use when it’s not in use.You can quickly rinse it with bowling water to kill all dirt and bacteries (like pacifier)."THIS WORKED! I had no idea this would work but voila! it did! I boiled the water, added the toy. Let it boil for about 2 minutes and then, drained the water, took out the toy and rinsed it off. Let it dry and gave it to her under close supervision. Nothing happened! Whatever allergen was there was boiled out!Now my baby is as happy as a clam. Sometimes, I wet the toy first then put it in the freezer for her to teethe one. It helps!I wrote this to help other parents with sensitive children (*as allergies in the USA have risen by 600% in the last 20 years and doctors don’t know why). This is a great toy and would love for other parents to enjoy it too.The seller also offered this invaluable information to highly sensitive babies like mine: "P.S. Some wood species are allegric. For example, birch, maple and walnut has different strenght of allergy.Birch, maple has moderate allegric reaction. Pine and walnut has low reaction."Good luck with the baby’s teething!
Baby girl not interested!
Bought this for our teething 1 year old. She has no interest at all and never even put this in her mouth….
Baby loves these teethers!!!
My daughter is 5 months old and I have had these for roughly a month and she loves to gum these teethers. She also likes the light clacking sound they make when jingled above her head. One of her favorite teethers, a must have.
beautifully crafted, with rounded edges which are safe for my baby’s mouth while allowing him to have fun training his grip!
LOVE, LOVE these
I gave these to my 4 month old who went crazy over these..I love the different shapes, the size and smoothness of these!I recommend these!
Our baby doesn’t seem to chew on any of the teething toys for very long. I was hoping he would like this one.
better than sophie
I am surprised at how much my daughter loves this toy. She even likes it (gasp!) more than sophie! She loves the rattling it makes, and she bites on it all the time. I just have to keep the dog away, because he seems to like it too!
Baby got the teether stuck in her mouth
This is OK overall – the one I received doesn’t look quite as smooth and polished as the one in the picture. It looks like it was a rush job. The teether key with the hole in the end got stuck in my baby’s mouth as she was chewing on it – the bulbous end caught on her two little bottom teeth and against the roof of her mouth and she screamed and I had to help her get it unstuck by twisting it sideways to get it out. Scary!
Expensive- but useful.
My son seems to like these. They take a long time to receive though, as they are made in Latvia. But I prefer them to a plastic teether any day of the week.
I like it a lot, but my son didn’t really use it a lot
My son is now 16 months, I got it for him at about 8 months or so. I like it a lot, since I like wooden toys and I thought it could help him when teething. But my son doesn’t really chew on anything but his hands when he’s teething so he didn’t use this much.
Gags my LO
I have several other wooded rattles/teethers and this is my least favorite. My LO constantly gags himself with them. I’d like this better if they were shorter or more round. They clean easy so maybe a little later they can be pretend keys??