MAM Crystal Soother Saver Reviews
Product Type: Mam kids equipment
Description:Brand: MAM / Type: Soother / Easily attach the soother to baby's clothes for safe keeping!
Newest Review: ... wearing but soft against my daughters skin, the clip is quite big and I am sure she caught the bottom of her cheek on it when ... more
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Customer MAM Crystal Soother Saver Reviews (16)
by - written on 19/09/08 (Very useful, 287 readings)
We bought a MAM Crystal Soother Saver before our baby was born, purely since we wanted to make sure we had everything we needed for when the time arrived, and thought we might get some use out of it at some point. However, we put the Soother Saver away when we bought it, and pretty much forgot about it for a long time .. big mistake. If I knew then what I know now, I could have saved myself weeks, if not months of restless nights. My little one, when about 4 or 5 months old, went through a period of constantly losing his dummy during the night. This meant that either myself or my partner were getting up anywhere from a couple of times a night, up to maybe ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/11, updated on 08/10/13 (Very useful, 184 readings)
Having lost two dummies in the space of two days, I thought it would be cheaper to invest in a product that could securely attach my son's dummy to his snowsuit rather than keep replacing lost dummies. The Mam soother saver was ideal for the task in hand and even co-ordinated with our existing Mam dummies so I was reassured that they would be a perfect fit, although the packaging advises that this should attach to most brands of dummies without any problems. Like most good ideas, the thinking behind this product is simple but ingenious and the saver is incredibly easy to use. One end has a rubbery ring that fits over the handle of a dummy and at the other end ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/09/10 (Very useful, 40 readings)
We bought a MAM crystal soother saver when my daughter was 6 months old. She was forever throwing her dummy on the floor or losing them when she was asleep. This would end in a whole palarva of having to serialise several dummies at once. When she was 6 months I calmed down a little on the sterilising and allowed her to use the dummy again if she dropped it on the surface of her pram etc. I wouldn't however allow for her to use it again if it was dropped on the floor. This became a huge problem because as she became older, she also developed in throwing and dropping skills. This would mean taking several dummies on a journey out and then having to sterilise them once I .. Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/09 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I never wanted to introduce the dummy to my little boy - I never had one as a child and thought that rather then introducing it to him when he was little and then trying to wean him off it when he's older - just seemed like a big hassle! So we never bought them... and never needed them. 3 months later, however, my lovely in laws bought a pair and tried to give it to him. He refused (well done!) at first but after 2 weeks he was addicted to it! I did tell them not to use it but they found it difficult to settle him. Now he wants it all the time! So I had to buy some more for my house and ended p buying around 3 packs as he just kept losing them. Frustrated and annoyed . Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/09 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I don't know where I'd be without my Mam Soother Saver.. no wait... yes I do - I'd be scrabbling round the floor, looking for lost 'diddies' (dummies / soothers)! Both of my children are big Mam Connoisseurs (well, my eldest was, she's 4 now and gave her diddies to Santa a couple of christmases ago - to give to all the new babies!). I bought a couple of these soother savers for my eldest and I'm still using them now, for my new baby, so I can honestly say that they last very well. They ocassionally need cleaning, which I usually do by putting them in with the washing up and giving a bit of a scrub with the washing up brush, though I'm sure they'd be fine in a ... Read the complete review
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