Ark's Baby Guitar (Blue)

Price: €12.00
Ex VAT: €9.76
Product Code: ARK115
Availability: In Stock

ARK's Baby Guitar is a fun and functional way for babies and toddlers to mouth, chew, and sooth sore gums.  The charming guitar shape is easy for little hands to hold, with a stem to reach the back molar area.  The bumps and ridges on the stem resemble the strings/knobs of a real guitar, while also providing extra sensory input.

ARK's Baby Guitar is just like the regular Guitar, only a tad smaller, with a shorter stem for smaller mouths.

Details

  • Soft & chewy
  • Measures about 4" long, 2.5" wide, and .4" thick.  The stem is just over 1" long.
  • Wash with mild soap and water.  Top-rack dishwasher safe.
  • Recommended for ages approximately 5-6 months - 3 years.  Children over 3 years can graduate to ARK's Guitar, Grabber and/or Y-Chew. 
  • Made in Columbia, SC, USA
  • Exact colour hues may vary slightly
  • Each guitar is sold individually
  • Medical grade, FDA compliant, no lead, phthalates, PVC, BPA, or latex

 

Caution: although these chew tools are sturdy and durable, no chew tool is indestructible. Some individuals (particularly those with heavy oral needs and aggressive biting/chewing) may be able to damage the tools. How long each tool lasts depends on the oral sensory needs of the child, whether or not they are seeing an occupational therapist if needed, as well as many other variables in his/her life.  Please supervise at all times and replace if necessary when the item shows signs of wear and tear.  

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