- New BPA, PVC and phthalate free
- Colorful rings spin and rattle around this rainbow shaped plastic rattle, Balls on ends make it easy to hold and shake
- PVC free and phthalate free material
- Polypropylene and TPE
My baby loves to play with it. She can grip the handle well. She has a lot of fun shaking and banging it. Not so great as a teether since her hand covers most of the handle, the rings are too hard for sensitive gums and the ball ends are too big to bite (also too hard anyway). But it’s great as a rattle. Colors are very pleasing. The ball ends also turn which makes the toy more interesting and fun for baby to play with.
Despite my initial concern about the plain color, I got this one because it is toxic-free. I’m glad I bought it. The sound of this rattle is pleasant. My daughter seemed to like the color at the first sight. She is always excited, seeing me shaking it. Now she likes to shake and drop it all the time.
Another fan…great non-toxic rattle!
Agree with the other reviews — this is a great non-toxic rattle for parents looking to give their little ones something safe to teeth/mouth on. My 7-month-old is at the stage where everything goes straight to her mouth, so this is a great option. We got it recently, but I think she would have enjoyed it as a younger infant as well. It’s easy to rattle, she enjoys the different textures, and I like that it’s safe for her mouth and easy to clean — it’s a hit!!
safe toy for baby
I am thrilled that green sprouts is available to purchase on amazon. This toy is BPA free so it’s safer then other toys on the market. I wanted our daughter’s first toys to be safe and free of toxic plastics and paints. I bought every green sprout free shipping toy that I could buy. The shapes on a ring and this rattle are the best of the three. It took our daughter a while to grasp and rattle this one but now that she can she loves it. It is on the heaver side but is durable and safe.
Cute and safe
This is a really cute teether and I love that its made from safe products. I’ve put it through the dishwasher many times with no problems. My baby isn’t super interested in it yet, but he isn’t super interested in any toys yet so we’ll see. I’m happy with it and feel like it is exactly as advertised and worth the money. I went on to purchase more from Green Sprouts and have been happy with everything I’ve purchased from this company.
I love that this teether is completely non-toxic. My 5 month old is teething like crazy and I feel good giving her this. BUT it’s a tad too big for her right now. I think she will really love it in another month or two.
Great, Safe, Baby Toy!
My son loves this! I love that it’s safe AND fun! Great buy and great peace of mind! So thankful there are companies like green sprout out there.
Baby loves it. Good loud rattle. I wish the colors were brighter/more vibrant, but thats not a deal breaker in any way.
The handle is soft and great for baby to chew on and fits perfectly in their hands. Each of the rings has a different pattern/texture which makes it interesting for baby. It does rattle a medium noise- it’s not a church toy for sure but isn’t loud and annoying like other squeaky/battery operated toys. And best of all it’s safe for baby!
Not a very good design for little ones
I purchased this rattle because I really like the Green Sprouts brand and the fact that it’s BPA free. Unfortunately, my son doesn’t seem to care for it much at all. I think it has to do with the fact that it’s curved – he can’t really grab onto it securely. It’s always falling out of his hands. If the toy was straight I think it would be a big improvement! The two balls on the end seem to be too large, he wants to chomp on them (teething) but they are way too big to fit into his mouth. So the curve + rattle balls too big = not much fun for little one. Overall I feel I wasted my money which is disappointing to me as I like the brand for over items.
Sounds rude, but the balls are too big for the baby to grab or put in his mouth
My son has had this toy for a few months now. I keep offering it to him hoping he’ll take to it. No such luck. He wants to hold it and tries to put it in his mouth, but it just doesn’t quite work.