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Boon Odd Duck - Jane

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Jane
  • Fun designs grab baby's attention
  • Completely PVC free
  • Four different shapes
  • Air tight to keep from trapping water and growing mold
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Product Information

Color: Jane
Technical Details
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions4 x 3 x 3 inches
UPC854622001705
Item model number953
Target genderUnisex
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB002KCNMGA
Best Sellers Rank #65,356 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Color: Jane

Product Description

Boon Odd Duck Jane

From the Manufacturer

Yes, these ducks have hip, mod graphics and bold colors, but these ducks are more than just fashionable. Our new odd ducks are completely PVC and phthalate-free, and no BPA either.


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Customer Reviews

There are no holes to collect water and mildew.
Lauren
Thus, when we put Jane in the water, she doesn't float too well.
Razz
Bob is free of harmful chemicals found in other plastics.
E. Riley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

131 of 131 people found the following review helpful By goonius on March 10, 2010
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I bought Odd Duck Jane a couple of months back, she was the extra $5 I needed to spend to get free shipping on an order, and I was intrigued by the idea of a bath duck that didn't contain PVC. It seems almost all bath toys - 'rubber' ducks especially - are made of PVC. So, while most of our bath toys are unconventional, we do have the obligatory vinyl ducks made by the untrustworthy company Schylling. When my daughter developed a strong attachment to our scary vinyl ducks and wanted to carry them all over the house, I figured it was time to pull Jane out and give her a try.

She was an immediate hit: My daughter passed off all the old yellow ducks in favor of this brightly-colored, excitingly decorated alternative, and she's been carrying Jane around the house for days now. She's also been for a few swims in the bath without the leakage problem others have spoken of, so I guess we got lucky on that count. Jane measures about 4" long, has a weighted bottom so she will float nicely in water, and is even able upright herself if she is knocked over. Which is pretty cool; you'll never find her doing that dead-duck-on-her-side thing. She has a rigid non-pliable head and beak, and her body is somewhat squishy, though less so than a traditional PVC duck.

I noticed, on first opening the packaging Jane came in, an odd smell. Sort of like an uncapped Sharpie, and I immediately flipped her over to look for the recycling code. Nothing. No details on what plastic she's made of on the packaging either. Luckily the smell faded, and I - who am extremely sensitive to smells - can no longer detect it. Consider that I'm paranoid, so that's actually a point in this toy's favor.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Keltie on January 21, 2010
Color Name: Bob Verified Purchase
Bob has been a great tub toy for my soon-to-be 10 month-old. He "paddles" very smoothly and swiftly in the water, is fun to watch while twirling with the funky orange lines, and my son loves holding him down in the water and watching him pop up to the surface. Bob also gets chewed on quite a bit since my son's teething, so I like the fact that he's free of BPA, phthalates, PVC. We haven't had any issues with smell, or water getting in Bob. Definitely a good buy, and we'll be adding another Odd Duck to the menagerie of bath toys at birthday time!
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer L. Etheridge on December 9, 2009
Though cute, this duck had a strong, persistant smell to it and immediately filled with water that we could not get out - yucky ducky!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By K. Dosch on February 13, 2011
Color Name: Squish Verified Purchase
I bought this duck, because I wanted something non toxic for my child. We have the yellow one. The looks are good, however the bottom is not a solid surface; the center part is not glued suficiently on the sides, alowing water in. Before using it I put some silicone in the crack to seal it, so will see, how it will work for us. The duck doesn't float straight. The head is half sank in water - very poor design.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By lulu on May 6, 2010
Color Name: Bob Verified Purchase
I bought the Boon Odd Duck (Bob) for my 1-year old to use as a bath toy. Big Mistake! The bottom piece is attached to the duck with an adhesive (which has a chemical smell). If the duck is squeezed, the bottom detaches itself slightly, and not only is the adhesive exposed, but water also enters in a location that is difficult to dry (and therefore might lead to mold growth). Even if the duck is not squeezed, there is still a gap where water can accumulate. This bottom piece is completely unnecessary, and if they had not added it, the duck would have been a great toy.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By gene on July 4, 2011
Color Name: Bob Verified Purchase
I was looking forward to the Boon Odd Duck, but now realize it's packaging has to improve. While it uses a clamshell design, the bottom of the duck was exposed to the elements. Mine arrived dirtied, damaged & the bottom orange circular plastic was about to fall off. My kid's prying fingers would have just finished the job and pulled that part off the main body of the duck with ease. Why they designed it in this way for a rubber toy is beyond me. Plus the orange circular plastic was just held together with what appears to be glue.

Furthermore the duck appeared discolored & 'used'. I am very disappointed with this product.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kelly Evans on January 22, 2011
Color Name: Squish
I love the company & the fact that the plastic is safe. BUT -- My 9 month old baby has been chewing (no teeth) on the ducks beak & I just noticed that the paint is chipping off. I've emailed the company but it is a shame to have to take away a toy she loves so much.

UPDATE: I emailed Boon. They called by back with in two days. They say that they havent heard this complaint very often and were happy to send a new duck. Truly excellent customer service.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By BC on June 14, 2010
Color Name: Slim Verified Purchase
Our now 1 year old son can easily hold this slimmer duck in his hand. He likes to chew on it which does not make me nervous because it is pba free. The negative is that he is not as attracted to this one as much as he is to the fatter orange & white one. I think because, eventhough to me this one is cuter, for him it might be the contrast of the other one that gets his attention. Now if they made a slim one w/more contrast then that one might be perfect.
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