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Baby ComfyNose Nasal Aspirator

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  • Ten times the suction of bu pound and battery powered aspirators
  • No filters to buy, tissue filter system
  • The mesh storage bag allows for hygienic drying
  • Soft nose tip and mouth piece
  • Medical grade quality, physician developed; BPA and phthalate free
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Product Information

Color: Blue
Technical Details
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions3 x 2 x 3 inches
OriginMade in US
Item model numberBCNB
Safety warningPlease read all label information on delivery.
Number of items1
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Best Sellers Rank #503 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Color: Blue

The Baby ComfyNose nasal aspirator uses parent-powered suction, which provides astonishingly effective mucus removal for your child's congested nose. The patented tissue filtration system is superior to foam rubber filters and no filters to buy. The nylon mesh drawstring pouch allows the aspirator to hygienically dry after washing. Do not use air-tight plastic containers for storage as this creates conditions for harmful viral and bacterial growth. Use the open mesh pouch for convenient storage at home or in the diaper bag. Three color choices keeps aspirators separate- ideal for siblings and multiples. The suction power is limited only by the suction you can draw. Always safe for parent and child because you are in control of the suction being generated. Significantly more effective than standard bulb and battery-powered nasal aspirators. Dishwasher Safe. BPA and phthalate free. Safety nose-tip designed so that it can not be inserted too deeply. You have found the most effective nasal aspirator available on the market today.

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Customer Reviews

My baby is breathing better and sleep at night!
This works really great, I get a lot of snot out of my little one!
Kelli Lloyd
This works so much better than the bulb aspirators.

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197 of 207 people found the following review helpful By Nicole Y. Gillette on January 11, 2010
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
Bulb and battery-powered aspirators? Don't bother. Even the best battery-powered ones available don't come close to the suction you can generate with this type of aspirator. I know, we tested them all at work. We did try the nosefrida, which uses the same principle as this one - and it's very good, but the babycomfynose has several advantages: you don't have to buy foam rubber filters because it uses readily available facial tissue (cellulose tissue is actually a much better filter than foam rubber - and free). And the open mesh bag it comes with allows air-drying, which is important because germs thrive on moist and warm and don't survive on dry surfaces. (As a nurse, I have some experience with these things). The babycomfynose folks got this absolutely right.

And this is actually a major problem with the Frida. They advertise the admittedly nice quality plastic case as a storage container but what comes to mind is a petri dish. What seemed like a useful feature is actually a hazard if you don't sterilize and dry the aspirator perfectly before you put it in the case - and that's very hard to do in the laboratory, let alone the bathroom or kitchen.

The instructional video on the babycomfynose website is useful. Our baby wasn't quite as docile as the one in the video, but we got just as much snot out, or more. Unbelievable.
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239 of 272 people found the following review helpful By QAL on March 2, 2012
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
I rarely write product review, but I have to do one for this. I bought both Nosefrida and this one because they are both rated high on Amazon. However, after using both of them, I must say that Nosefrida is a far more superior product: much more sturdy in the hand, easier to clean, and in every way just works much better than this one. The middle bit of this product, used to put the tissue in, sometimes crack open while we are busy sucking on baby's nose, and that is really annoying. In summary, it is just a much inferior product compared to the Nosefrida.

Now the troubling bit: I signed up for a free/giveaway BabyComfyNose Aspirator on Facebook. I did not get the free aspirator and had not bought the product then. However, I got a private email from them saying that if I am to rate the product as a five star on Diapers.com, I will get a free aspirator. They even give me a list of the main advantages of a BabyComfyNose Aspirator:

1) You don't have to buy plastic foam rubber filters because the BabyComfyNose is specifically designed to use tissue as a filter. Tissue is a better filter material, always available and...free. Nose Frida requires that you buy their filters.
2) The nylon mesh storage pouch that comes with the BabyComfyNose allows hygienic drying, whereas the hard plastic Nose Frida case prevents drying after washing. This is unsanitary and potentially harmful.
3) The BabyComfyNose has a soft medical grade nose tip and mouth piece, the Nose Frida is all hard plastic. Ouch - for you and your baby.
4) BabyComfyNose is available in two colors - ideal for siblings and multiples.
5) BabyComfyNose is made in the USA. Nose Frida is made in Sweden - does that mean NF is a better product? We don't think so.
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55 of 61 people found the following review helpful By C. Garcia on May 6, 2010
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
This is my first review for a product that I have purchased from Amazon and due to this sucker's (no pun intended) worthiness, I felt compelled to share the love for this product! When I gave birth to my son nearly three months ago, myself, my husband and our 3 year old daughter all had colds, ergo, our son caught one too. The squeeze bulb syringe I received from the hospital just didn't do the trick in getting out the goo that was in his nose. I saw this and, on a whim, purchased it and I am GLAD that I did so. No filters to mess with, you put a piece of facial tissue in the receptacle, place the tip up to your infant's nose and suck on the mouthpiece. Ta-da! Snot! I recommend using saline solution for little noses to loosen up things before you use this. I used this with our daughter and, though she hated it (I think it was the sensation of the snot leaving her nose that freaked her out, I'm not sure), it removed ALOT of gunk so that she could breathe better. Bottom line, this device is a good investment, it's effective, you can take it apart to clean and disinfect and, most importantly, it WORKS. Advice: you will need to find what works for you in regards to effective mucous removal. My husband does strong, steady pulls whereas I prefer to use short, quick pulls when sucking on the mouthpiece. If you have any reservations about this product then check out their website for more information. I wish I would've had this for when our daughter was younger. Excellent, excellent product.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By K. Getz on February 26, 2013
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
Granted, anything's better than a bulb syringe. This is worth every penny, though! I bought this instead of a NoseFrida because I liked the idea of just popping a tissue into the chamber and throwing away all those boogies and potential viruses and bacteria every time we use this. The NoseFrida requires the use of filters, which you then also have to pay for. Ain't nobody got time for that.

My LO has reflux and, thusly, lots and lots of mucus. Like, this kid's head is constantly full of snot. You remember that big foam rubber nose at the end of the obstacle course on Double Dare? Of course you do. It's just like that, only tiny and impossible to get into. This thing works to get all the crud out of her nose without having to cram anything into her eensy weensy little nostrils. It fits against the nostril opening and then you Hoover those boogies out. This works best, by the way, if you hold the other nostril closed... but that holds true with ANY aspirator. If you don't, you're just gonna suck air in through the other nostril and waste everybody's time.

Easy to clean, kind of. That's where that fifth star went. This thing comes apart in three pieces.. one of which rarely gets dirty. The other two (the bottom of the chamber and the nose-touchy part) are usually full of boogers and snot and who knows what else. The smaller piece that fits against your kid's nostril is a pain in the butt to clean. It's all little and weird shaped and I almost always have to run through a couple Q-tips to get the stuff out that wouldn't just rinse.
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