Easy One-Hand-Feeding Spoon
Genius. (There. We said it.) Squirt isn't just a spoon; it's a revelation. It takes baby food, removes the jar and the mess, packs it into a single utensil and with one squeeze—boom! You get easy, one-handed feeding. Pop on the cap to seal food on-the-go.
Caution: May cause gobbling and an uncontrollable appreciation for anything delicious.
• Dispenses baby food one bite at a time
• Convenient one-handed feeding
• Includes cap for storage
• Large easy-to-clean bulb holds up to 3 oz (90 ml) of baby food
• Great for on-the-go
• Food-grade silicone
• US Patented, EN14372 compliance
• BpA-free, Phthalate-free and PVC-free
• Age: 6+ months
• Dimensions: 75mm x 50mm x 200mm
CLEANING & CARE
Wash thoroughly before initial use and after each use. Dishwasher-safe or hand wash in warm, soapy water. DO NOT microwave. May be boiled or sterilized.
WHO IS BOON?
It's funny how such a simple thing can lead to so much. It all began with a messy toddler bathtub. Designer Rebecca Finell's wheels started turning and the Frog Pod was born.
But the problem solving didn't stop there. She had lots of ideas for other parenting innovations so she sought out a partner, Ryan Fernandez—who could create a successful business—and together they founded Boon Inc. Today Boon offers a wide range of products that help parents all over the world.
We're committed to creating nothing but the most innovative gear—and keeping it affordable. Our design studio is always in motion, tackling one parenting challenge after another. And don't forget our commitment to quality and safety. Call us if you have any questions. We want you to be thrilled with our products! Plus, we like hearing from you.
QUALITY & SAFETY COMMITMENT
As a result of recent state and Federal legislative activity focused on children's products, we believe we should again document our product quality and safety commitment.
We want to assure all of our retail customers, as well as the consumers that use our products, that we design and manufacture products to meet or exceed all applicable U.S. government and state safety regulations, as well as applicable U.S. "voluntary" standards and international safety regulations and standards.
These safety regulations in the U.S. include the Consumer Products Safety Act and the Federal Hazardous Substances Act which specify safety requirements for consumer products, especially those used by children. Also included is the new Federal law known as the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act just recently signed into law in August, 2008. This Act has a number of updated safety requirements that will be implemented immediately and also over the next several years.