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Jellies Suction Cup Toys, Multicolour
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- Suction cups attach to the bath wall and each other
- Stack, link and build fun shapes and structures
- 9 Jellyfish included
- Suitable for 12 months and above babies
- Wash thoroughly before initial use and periodically
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Care and Cleaning
Wash thoroughly before initial use and periodically. Hand wash in warm, soapy water. Rinse with clear water and air dry.
Jellies Suction Cup Bath Toys
To the wall, that is. These tiny jellyfish will never sting—but they will use their suction cup tentacles to stick to all sorts of stuff including the aforementioned wall, the tub and even each other so they can be formed into cool shapes and structures.
- Recommended age: 12m+
- BPA Free
Our thing is problem solving and ingenuity, and simple yet effective design is our passion. Boon is an innovator, designer and manufacturer of infant and toddler products. We are driven by a strong desire to create modern products that help simplify parent’s lives while retaining their personal style.
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Addition: I figured out how to make them stick on top of each other again. I put them in boiling water for a few seconds. Alternatively, you can hold by the top with tongs and dip the suction cup in the very hot/boiling water. Yay!
P.s. The cup on the left in the photo is after the "hot bath". Clearly visible that the suction cup is more round.
Boon Jellies span a wide age range. Throughout the last year my son had varying interest levels with them. However, it's always a toy he comes back to, which is very rare for him.
As my almost 3yr old gets older, he plays with them in new ways. I have a 1yr old daughter who loves to play with them as well. Aside from the versatility of stimulus in play they provide, they are very well designed and made. They are really beautiful toys as well, which is so rare.
I'd like to address a couple issues I've seen people post about. Mold. The only way this possibly will build up mold is if you leave water in the cups for extended periods of time (over and over)! User neglect, not design flaw. They are virtually impossible to give rise to mold if they are drained. I leave them in the tub for a couple days as long as the water is drained from the tub the water in the toys always dries out, and I live in a very humid area. Or you could just do the smart thing and put them away after you use them. Unlike toys that are closed and difficult to drain these don't hold water if you just take one second to put them away; thus, you'll never have mold.
The suction has not decreased over a year of use. We occasionally leave them stuck to the wall for a few days at a time. The only suction issue was with build up of minerals from the water on one of the cups. Used a toothbrush give it a quick scrub, good as new sticking to each other again.
My son likes to play with his toys rather violently, these have held up to many many throws against the size of the tub.
Generally, my son does not like popular toys. 9 out of 10 toys I've gotten for him he's wanted nothing to do with. It is nice to see such a beautiful, sturdy, versatile toy that has stayed in use for such an extended period of time. My daughter conversely loves 9 out of 10 toys she gets, she loves these too.
If I am too exhausted to put away these toys at the end of the day they still look cute in in my bathroom, instead of a eyesore.
Win Win all around.
I do not recommend this toy, at least not for toddlers.