Tommee Tippee Heat Sensor Weaning Spoons Reviews
Product Type: Tommee Tippee kids equipment
Description:Brand: Tommee Tippee / Nursing Aids: Baby Bowls & Cutlery / Have a heat sensor that tells when food is too hot for baby!
Newest Review: ... found them that useful for early stage weaning, I much prefer the Tommee Tipee basic spoons as they seem to go in my little ... more
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Customer Tommee Tippee Heat Sensor Weaning Spoons Reviews (50)
by - written on 05/03/08 (Very useful, 162 readings)
When Hollie was around four months old I decided to start weaning her as she'd stopped sleeping through the night (which she had done from pretty much day one) and was drinking a ridiculous amount of baby milk every day. I tried her with food at room temperature and she turned her (cute) nose up at it so I needed to start warming it up for her. Now, the problem is I have a very high tolerance to heat. Sounds weird, but I can drink a cup of coffee straight out of the kettle, have a shower at pretty much the maximum setting and have actually burned my mouth on a Pot Noodle without even realising at the time that it was too hot! I was scared to death that I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/08 (Useful, 40 readings)
I brought a pack of 4 spoons when my first daughter was about 5 months old as i was sick of testing her food on my lip to make sure it wasnt too hot as some baby food tastes revolting. The yellow handle part of the spoon is made of a hard plastic and the red part of the spoon is a softer more rubbery type material which is realy good for young babys as you may hurt there mouths or damage there teeth with a hard spoon. Checking the temperature of your food with these was realy easy all you would do after heating your food up is stir it with the spoon and see if it changed colour, if the red part of my spoon turned yellow i would know that the food ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/12 (Very useful, 57 readings)
As a new parent I was worried about basically everything to do with my children and now after four I have learned to calm down a little. I do still like products that give me a little peace of mind in knowing my children are ok so when we began weaning my son on to solids at 4 months old we brought a pack of these spoons. They promise to indicate when food is too hot for little one to have by changing colour. One thing I like about these weaning spoons is the design itself. Rather than have a large end to pile food up on it is slimmer and smaller than other brands of baby spoons I have used. This means there is no overloading of the spoon by mummy or daddy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/11 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I recieved these from a relative when I was expecting my daughter. I put them in the cupboard and forgot about them completely until recently when I decided to start weaning my daughter. The spoons come in three colours, pink and red, blue and red and green and red. They cost around £4 from most supermarkets and you can get them in Boots. There are six spoons in a packet. The spoons have a special heat sensitive tip which turns from red to bright yellow if the food is too hot. The spoons are suitable for 4 months of age and over. The spoons have a soft tip which make them gentle on baby's teeth and gums, they have an easy grip handle for little ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I started to wean my daughter when she 4 months. She was simply just not getting full enough from just drinking milk and was hungry and crying all of the time. At this time we both thought it would be a good time to start slowly weaning her onto solid food. The Tommee Tippee heat sensor weaning spoons were not the first that we bought for her. We had bought another smaller set of spoons for while we were weaning her. These spoons are designed from age 4 months + but I think that for starting off, the tips would just too big and I found smaller ones on the market which I found really useful for the first stage of weaning. I bought these spoons when ... Read the complete review
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