A proper little style statement, whichever side you show.
- Stylish reversible grey and pink dots with baby pink cuddle fleece reverse
- Attached baby pink teether
- Stimulating ribbon tags and elasticated link for attaching to the babyâ€™s wrist, cot, car seat, buggy or dummy.
- Machine washable at 40 degrees
- Patterned fabric: 100% cotton
- Cuddle fleece: 100% polyester
- Ribbons: 100% polyester
- Contains no phthalates or BPA
- Suitable from birth
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Itâ€™s good to chomp
Your baby will love the texture of â€˜Chewyâ€™ our hippo teether. His rounded shape is great for little hands and he can reach all of those pesky molars! Your little one can chomp their teething troubles away and help those little teeth break free. When the chewing stage is eventually over, â€˜Chewyâ€™ will still be their little squidgy friend!
With super-soft jersey cotton on one side and luxurious cuddle fleece on the other, itâ€™s super snuggly, highly absorbent and feels like your favourite teddy. Tactile tags can be twiddled in to the land of nod.
Great colours, textures and shapes to stimulate little senses.
Chewy the hippoâ€™s textured shape will become your little ones new squidgy friend! Silky, ribbed and knotted ribbons will stimulate and sooth. Perfect combo!
Itâ€™s not going anywhere
Wouldnâ€™t it be great if there was a gravity-defying, always-there, un-throw-awayable comforter? The Comfortchew can attach to the babyâ€™s wrist, cot, car seat, buggy, dummyâ€¦the list goes on! No more freak outs at sleep time and pounding pavements to find your lost best friend.
Wash after wash, the Comfortchew 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. The Comfortchew has been put through its paces and passes all tests with flying colours!
What our customers say
I have just placed a second order for bibs as we have found your product so successful with our granddaughter, Lily who is teething. by Audrey Sutherland, Borders