BOON Squirt Cuchara Dispensadora (Blue)
- A PARTIR DE 4 MESES
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La cuchara para bebés para papillas es la forma más útil y cómoda para dar de comer a tu bebé. Apretando en el contenedor que lleva la cuchara la cantidad de comida es perfecta para alimentar al peque. Producto apto para lavar en el lavavajillas. Utilizar a partir de los 4 meses.
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First off, the Boon Spoon is easy to fill. All you have to do is pour up to 4 ounces of baby food (Boon says up to 3.5 ounces but 4 has worked for me, too) into the bottom part of the container, screw the spoon back on, and squeeze to feed. The hole where the food comes out is oval-shaped and about 1/4" long. The Boon Spoon also comes with a matching cap that covers the spoon and hole so you can fill the spoon up with food, drop it in the bag and head off with baby.
It has been so much easier to feed my son and a lot neater, too. I hate that traditional spoons get food on the bottom of the spoon and makes it messier when trying to feed baby, but the Boon Spoon only dispenses food out from the pit of the spoon so you never have anything on the bottom. Now that I have this spoon, feeding my little one has never taken more than five minutes (compare that to 30-40 minutes before).
The only two things I don't like about this spoon is that 1)It tends to hold odors (probably because of the material it's made with) meaning you need to wash it thoroughly or else your jar of peaches are going to smell a little like mac and cheese. I soak the spoon in warm, soapy water and that seems to help a lot and 2) When your food starts to run low in the spoon, it will splatter drops of food if you try to squeeze it too hard. What you should to is tip the spoon at anything less than a 45 degree angle and apply even pressure when squeezing to avoid the splatter effect. This only happens during the last two or three spoonfuls so it's something I can live with.
I can't wait to order a few more of these for myself and as gifts for others.
My only gripes with this spoon is it doesn't stand on its own, so your food could be rolling around if you set it down, and the dispensing hole is so small that chunky foods won't go through it. The material is also kind of tough so even with finely pureed foods, it's hard to get all the food out of it.
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It is handy not to refill very often. However, my baby just doesn't like to eat by spoon. She would like to eat by herself with baby food feeder, I got one from Kidsme and she likes it.