A â€˜not-too-pinkâ€™ pink, that goes with just about any outfit. Stylish reversible pink and white stripe Neckerchew with a baby pink reverse.
- Stylish reversible pink and white stripe with baby pink reverse
- Attached baby pink teether
- Super absorbent - 3 layers
- 2 bibs in one
- 100% cotton
- One size with two adjustable poppers
- Suitable for 2 month-2 years
- Contains no phthalates or BPA
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Itâ€™s good to chomp
Your baby will love the texture of our little teething triangle. The chewy corner is designed to let your little one chomp their teething troubles away. Chewing also helps those little teeth break free!Wash after wash, the Neckerchew is built to last. Itâ€™s also super-safe to chew on. Thatâ€™s because the teether will never flake or peel â€“ as well as being 100% free from nasty phthalates and BPA.
Itâ€™s not going anywhere
Wouldnâ€™t it be great if there was a gravity-defying, always-there, un-throw-awayable teether? The Neckerchew stays put, just where baby needs it. No more gritty, fluffy teethers on the floor.
Dribbles be gone!
Neckerchewâ€™s soft, super-absorbent cotton soaks up all those teething dribbles. Then the clever middle layer locks them away from your little oneâ€™s chest and chin. So baby stays drier and comfier. And, if it was possible, just a tiny bit cuter.
Flip that mess around
Ta da! Introducing the two-sided, now-you-see-it-now-you-donâ€™t marvel that is the Neckerchew. When one sideâ€™s done its duty, just whip it over to the other â€“ so your teething tot can keep on dribbling and chewing in style.Â
Fabulous (little) darlings
Our brilliant range of colours and patterns are the perfect match for any outfit. And because theyâ€™re reversible, you get two brilliant looks for the price of one.
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What our customers say
Well done cheeky chompers! Just watched your Dragon's Den performance and listened to you on Radio Scotland, you may not have got the backing of the Dragons but I'm sure you will do well without them. by Jo Jingles, Edinburgh