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Baby Vac Nasal Aspirator 2012 Model

by Arianna
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Technical Details
Item Weight4 ounces
Product Dimensions7.5 x 3.9 x 1.6 inches
OriginHungary
UPC885539111034
Item model number2012 modell With Cleaning Brush
Safety warningUse vacuum cleaner rated between 800-1800 Watts. Do Not use this device for any purpose other than the intended use indicated. Do Not use this device if any of the components are missing or damaghed. Avoid exposure of this device to extrem temperature or humidity. Clean the nose tip (3) with soft pad or cotton swab moistened with alcohol. Do Not use any other chemicals. Storage: Store device in cool, dry environment, out of direct sunlight.
Target genderUnisex
Material Typeplastic
  
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ASINB004JA1XB2
Best Sellers Rank #3,866 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  
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Use vacuum cleaner rated between 800-1800 Watts. Do Not use this device for any purpose other than the intended use indicated. Do Not use this device if any of the components are missing or damaghed. Avoid exposure of this device to extrem temperature or humidity. Clean the nose tip (3) with soft pad or cotton swab moistened with alcohol. Do Not use any other chemicals. Storage: Store device in cool, dry environment, out of direct sunlight.

Product Description

A running nose for babies and toddlers is very common. One of the major problems is that a small child is not yet capable to blow his/her nose and it will take some time before an infant or a baby will learn to breathe through the mouth. Snuffles will hinder breathing, make them feel discomfort, and may lead to more serious health problems concerning the ear, nose, throat and the inferior respiratory tracts. Therefore it is very important to keep the nasal cavity clear. The Arianna Baby-Vac Nasal Aspirator is by far the best alternative for this purpose.


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With little effort much goes.
Sylwia Gazdzinska
Using a vacuum to suck snot out of your baby's nose sounds cruel and unusual, but this is the best baby product I've ever bought.
J. Evans
We were in Europe where we saw it in action (and I thought they must be crazy!)
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 19, 2012
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I wish I could rate this 100 stars b/c it's seriously the best snot sucker out on the market period.

I've tried a nose frida, the pigeon brand nose vacuum, a graco nasal aspirator and of course the hospital issue bulb syringe... and this blew all of them out of the water!

Yes it's a bit of a hassle attaching it to your vacuum, but once you see the results... you can't use anything else.
The only downside is that it's not very portable, but I take the nose frida or the nose vacuum when I'm out and about.

I wish I had this with my first child who is now 3. She will actually ask for us to use this... Yes, I am dead serious! She ASKS for this!
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A. Davis on October 9, 2013
This thing is a serious snot sucker. I've never used anything better. I got gobs of stuff out of my babys nose and he didn't even have a cold!
However, the first time I put the aspirator into the hose of my Dyson, the vacuum made a high pitched noise and seemed to gradually become more strained the longer the Baby Vac stayed in the hose. I shrugged it off. The second time, it did the same thing and then shut itself off. It wouldn't come back on!! Hours later, I tried again and it seemed fine. I am all for getting snot out of my baby but not at the cost of my $500 vacuum!

Before I was able to turn the vacuum back on, I thought it was broken so I wrote to the Arianna company ([...] explained what happened, and asked for them to pay for my vacuum. This is the response I got back:

"No. There is no way the baby vac broke your vacuum. That is unheard of. "
- Joe Chuba (jchuba77@gmail.com)

So I decided to write the Dyson company and see what they thought. This is there response:

"Thank you for contacting us. I apologize for the delayed response.

In regards to the issue with your vacuum, it is likely that the device you attached to the hose did not allow the air to circulate properly through the machine. When this happens, the bleed valve will engage. This is most likely the high pitched noise you reported hearing. Because the air was not able to circulate properly, the thermal cut out engaged (which is a defense mechanism built into the machine to protect the motor) which causes the machine to power itself down. Once the machine cools down, it should power back on like normal.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By akshatp on August 14, 2013
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Bought this at my wife's urging for our little one who had a runny nose. I wasnt convinced I would actually use it when it actually came in, but after two days of suffering trying to use the suction aspirator the hospital gave us, I was at my wits end when this package showed up.

I immediately washed it and hooked it up to the Dyson. After testing the suction with my fingertip, and seeing it wasnt that powerful, I attempted it on my little one. As soon as I brought it to the first nostril, it started sucking out all of the gross stuff that was making him miserable. He cried throughout the whole cleaning, but he cries no matter what you put up to his nose.

After cleaning both sides of his nose, he was finally able to breathe and sleep normally. Used it for the few days that he was sick and I am convinced he got over his cold faster because of this tool. It really gets all the snot/phlegm out from deep in the sinus cavities.

Stop thinking, buy it now! It is safe1
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Never Forget on April 10, 2012
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I have a 4 month old and a 2 year old. They both got a cold at the same time.
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Sounds crazy using a vacuum cleaner attachment to clean out your baby's nose - and it will freak out your mother-in-law at first glance, but it is fantastic and it does not suck out brains as you might think. Somehow the power of the vacuum is diffused into the right amount of suction. Believe me, I tried it on myself first. Amazing! What a great invention. Wish I'd invented it! My 2 year old isn't exactly a fan of having anything up his nose, but I bribed him into putting this in his own nose. We make a game out of it now. When he is sick, I leave the vacuum plugged into an outlet in the corner of the kitchen and it is much nicer visiting the vacuum "station" once an hour, than going through a box of tissues each day. No more chapped nose! My 4 month old isn't a fan either, but the key to little babies is to make sure their mouth is open. Operation is easy. My vacuum has an attachment that fits one end of the vacuum tube, and gets narrow for edge cleaning on the other. I invert that attachment so the edger part goes inside the vacuum tube. The aspirator tube then fits on the exposed end. Onto that aspirator tube, you attach one of the 2 different nose hole attachments. I've only used the smallest so far and it works on both me and my kids. I find it works best if you move it around a little when vacuuming the nose out.
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