Tommee Tipppee Explora First Cutlery Set Reviews
Product Type: Tommee Tippee kids equipment
Description:Brand: Tommee Tippee / Age: 12 Months / Type: Toddler Cutlery Set
Newest Review: ... overall. The plastic handles are BPA free and have proven to be very durable, withstanding chewing, sucking and being dropped ... more
Customer Tommee Tipppee Explora First Cutlery Set Reviews (2)
by - written on 23/03/13, updated on 02/09/13 (Very useful, 93 readings)
My youngest son is now two years old and is a confident little eater, happily taking part in family mealtimes with increasing independence. My little one has been using toddler sized stainless steel cutlery since he turned a year old and is proficient at using both a spoon and a fork, with relatively little mess at this stage. Using a knife is slightly more demanding, especially as the flat edged knives usually supplied with toddler sets are totally useless and just increase his sense of frustration. I would probably have continued with the cutlery we own had I not noticed this Tommee Tippee 'First Cutlery' set, part of their Explora range of weaning and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/13 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I brought these for my daughter when she was 18 months old. When she turned one, she began trying to feed herself, after 6 months of practice she had the hang of using a fork and spoon, so I decided it was time to move away from the small plastic weaning spoons and folks and get some "big girl" ones. After looking in several shops for cutlery sets, I kept coming across these ones, I found when trying to find a set there was not much choice out there. These looked the best on the market. There are two different sets boys with a blue handled knife or girls with a pink handled knife, the fork has a green handle and the spoon has a orange handle. The ... Read the complete review
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