Product Type: Kids Preferred baby toys
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Member Name: womble1985
Rainbow Designs Very Hungry Caterpillar Teether Rattle
Advantages: Hungry Caterpillar design
Disadvantages: Not very exciting
I bought this teether online along with a heap of other baby goods before my first baby was born. It appealed to me as I loved the Hungry Caterpillar book when I was small and was pleased to see you can now buy all sorts of Hungry Caterpillar memorabilia.
This teether toy is about 6 inches long. It has a metal rattle in its head, on the next section down is a silver star and crinkly texture material. The rest of the 4 remaining sections also have crinkly material sound inside and the middle one has a picture of a strawberry on it.
The tail end is the teether end, it is a slightly flexible rubber feeling green paddle shape. On one side it has dozens of tiny bobbles and on the other side are 3 wavy lines for different textures for your baby to feel against their gums.
The body of the caterpillar is thin enough to be held easily by a baby and the teether part is of very good shape, texture and size. The rattle in the head is neither too loud or too quiet. It is well made and of good quality. Both my children have liked this teether, they haven't loved it but they have both played with it. This may be because it isn't all chewable and maybe didn't like the material in their mouths if they sucked on it.
I paid £5 for it, I think from Kiddicare or somewhere similar. This price is ok, maybe a little high as it doesn't do much, but it is good quality and I guess you always pay more for the fact that it is Hungry Caterpillar. Overall a nice teether and looks cute too.
Summary: Lovely teether