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Bright Starts Soothing Snail Teether

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Manufacturer: Bright Starts / Type: Teething Rings & Gels

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      26.08.2010 02:16
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      A good teether toy

      There are all sorts of teether toys you can buy, some good some not so good and some really rather indifferent. We bough the Bright Starts Soothing Snail Teether for £2.99 and it was something we found was of a good quality, with a nice baby friendly texture to it. It again was not listed here but as it has been added as of today, I can let you know all about it. Our Bright Starts Soothing Snail Teether came attached to a very simple cardboard sheet which had a clear plastic front to it. I looked both cute and usable which is why we picked it. It is suitable from age 3 months onwards which makes it a nice touchy feely teether, that babies can begin to hold themselves. ********************************************************** Having previously bought a variety of teether toys, I can say that this one compared really well to others we have had. Not only is it cute to look at which makes it stimulating for a baby to play with and look at, but it has a good sized liquid filled teething ring that your baby can chomp on down on. We liked both colours that we saw when choosing the teether, but they were a clear choice, as one was more suited to a girl baby and the other was more suited to a baby boy. The snail teether came as a cute green faced snail with a honey mustard and rust orange stripe to his body. This one had an aqua blue teething ring. It also came as a cute baby pink faced snail teether, with a deep pink and lime stripped body. The pink version had a matching pink shaded teething ring. ********************************************************** We found that the snail teether was an instant hit, this was partly due to the easy shape and the nice feel of the snail teether. The liquid in the teething ring made it nice and soft for chomping and chewing on. Its also nice and safe for baby as it has a water based filling inside the teething ring. One aspect of the Bright Starts Soothing Snail Teether that was really nice was the different textures that were all over the teething ring. There were a mix of lines and shapes that were in a series of lightly raised patterns such as circles and stripes and little dashes. This gives babies plenty to explore and keep them happy and our child really liked the teether from the very start. ********************************************************** To make the Bright Starts Soothing Snail Teether even more soothing we tried placing it in the fridge first to cool it down a little. This seemed to be something that was helpful at times. The overall effect of the Bright Starts Soothing Snail Teether was very good, the colours used were nice, bright and engaging and the design was more than suited to the job. The little snails face was very cute too and the whole thing was easy for a baby to grip and hold. The price we paid wasn't too bad at all and this was one of the better teether toys we have had. ********************************************************* The Bright Starts Soothing Snail Teether is easy to care for and does work well. To rate the product I feel it ought to get the full 5 stars, as its a very effective teether product that was easy for our child to hold and chew on and also interesting to look at. If you are thinking of buying one of the Bright Starts Soothing Snail Teethers, they can be found in Boots for £2.99 each right now, but I have seen them a little cheaper elsewhere too. They are a neat little product thats worth checking out.

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