Tomme Tipppee Comfi-Neck Catch-All Bib Reviews
Product Type: Tommee Tippee kids equipment
Newest Review: ... but I found my grandchildren were very quick to pull the fabric bibs off and so bought these plastic ones in the hope they ... more
Customer Tomme Tipppee Comfi-Neck Catch-All Bib Reviews (22)
by - written on 03/09/10, updated on 03/09/10 (Very useful, 62 readings)
When I started my daughter on solid foods, not baby rice actual food, she just loved to feed herself which meant more mess than when I would feed her and with a few of the baby foods being that bright orange colour I was worried about her clothes. Normally I put the over the head bibs on my daughter but they didn't completely cover her clothes so I realised I needed another option. It was suggested to me that I pick up one of the Tomme Tippee Comfi-neck catch it all bib so when I was next at Tesco I decided to buy one to try. On the shelf there was a choice of two of the bibs, a pink or a blue one so I picked up the pink one. The bib is made out of a durable ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/10 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Most bibs tend to be fabric with velcro fasteners. I have a good many of these and they do have their benefits - easy to store, cheap, can be used to wipe baby's face after eating and simply bunged in the washing machine. Of course they also have their disadvantages - older toddlers can probably remove them themselves quite easily, you can't generally adjust the size, they don't catch food and some stains just don't come out! They also provide too little coverage I find, as MissD manages to get food all over her bib ... and below it ... and to the sides .... But these plastic bibs are something completely different. Available in blue, green and pink, and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/10 (Very useful, 13 readings)
When my babies were young, I was forever buying material bibs. I would buy large packs and within a week or so they would all be ruined by the bright orange food sains from the baby food jars. It was costing me a fortune, trying to keep up with the demand for bibs! I was washing them straight away, but they would never come out totally stain free. I first came across these Tomme Tippee catch all bibs in Asda's baby provsisions area. I was immidiately impressed with the design of these bibs. As they are made from soft plastic which can be wiped clean with no problems. Also The neck area is much more comfortable on these bibs as it is also made from soft ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/10, updated on 16/09/10 (Very useful, 31 readings)
There are times during the early weaning stages of your babys life when a small and pretty material based bib with a rear plastic protective layer, will cope with most spills you encounter. These types of bibs are attractive, soft to the touch and offer just enough protection for a smaller baby at feeding time. Once you move on to a wider variety of food choices, which are not always well received due to their new textures and tastes, you do need to think about investing in something a little bit more hard wearing. There are 2 choices at this stage, either a full cover gown type bib or a plastic moulded bib such as the Tomme Tipppee Comfi Neck Catch All ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/10, updated on 06/09/12 (Very useful, 48 readings)
When it comes to weaning a baby, particularly the wonderfully exciting and messy finger food stage, bibs take on a major significance. The thin cotton bibs that serve their purpose well when it comes to sicky, dribbly newborns are no match for a growing baby with a breadstick and access to a spoon! For this stage of weaning, I would recommend something a bit more robust and substantial to save babies' clothes (and parents' sanity.) The Tommee Tippee Comfi-Neck Catch-All bib is not just a product with an overly wordy title, it is a well-designed item that combines practicality with simplicity. Essentially, this is a bib made of a solid shiny plastic that is ... Read the complete review
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