Suction Bowl With Spoon

by Nuby
Code
00361940000671
Size:Set
R110.95
-+

Overview

  • Dishwasher/ microwave safe
  • Perfect for travelling
  • baby led feeding

Description

Nuby is putting the 'FUN' in feeding. The Easy Go Suction Bowl and Spoon is perfect for daycare, travel, or any on-the-go occasion. The bowl is conveniently sized just right for dry cereal or other baby foods and features a suctioned base that keeps the bowl firmly in place during feeding. It also features a lid that seals tightly to keep food fresh during storage. The spoon makes a perfect travel companion because it snaps onto the lid of the bowl for easy storage. The Easy Go Suction Bowl and Spoon is available in a variety of fun colors so you can mix and match to create your own stylish combinations. And because they are made from break resistant plastics, they are dishwasher/microwave safe and can stand up to the rigors of everyday use.

Dietary Summary

  • Non-toxic
  • BPA Free
 

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