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Boon Squirt Baby Food Dispensing Spoon in Orange

by Boon

Price: $9.99 & FREE Shipping
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  • Dispense baby food one bite at a time
  • Great for on-the-go
  • Protective cover keeps spoon clean between feedings
  • Large easy-to-clean bulb holds up to 3-ounces of baby food
  • Convenient one-handed feeding
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions7.2 x 5.2 x 1 inches
UPC854622001453 854622001163
Item model number322
Target genderUnisex
Material freePhthalate, BPA, Latex, PVC, Nitrosamine
Care instructionsDishwasher Safe Top Rack Only
Number of items1
Batteries requiredNo
Dishwasher safeYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB000WEHO76
Best Sellers Rank #7,045 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Squirt baby food dispensing spoon allows for convenient feeding, one bite at a time. The easy-to-fill bulb holds up to 3 ounces of baby food and attaches firmly to the spoon end. Simply squeeze the bulb to dispense just the right amount of food. Squirt comes with a protective cover to seal food in and keep the spoon clean between feedings. By combining the spoon and food container into one product, Squirt makes one-handed feeding a snap. Ages- 4 years and above.

Product Description

The Squirt Baby Food Dispensing Spoon allows for convenient feeding, one bite at a time. The easy-to-fill bulb holds up to 3 ounces of baby food and attaches firmly to the spoon end. Simply squeeze the bulb to dispense just the right amount of food. Squirt comes with a protective cover to seal food in and keep the spoon clean between feedings. By combining the spoon and food container into one product, Squirt makes one-handed feeding a snap.

  • Age: 4+ months
  • Dispense baby food one bite at a time
  • Convenient one-handed feeding
  • Large easy-to-clean bulb holds up to 3 ounces of baby food
  • Protective cover keeps spoon clean between feedings
  • Great for on-the-go
  • Dishwasher-safe


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I wish I had known about this product much sooner.
H. L. GRAHAM
When I get this spoon, I just want give it a try, So I put my homemade baby food mix with rice cereal(Make sure more water.)into the spoon, it works great.
amy
The spoon itself is a little hard and deep so it is difficult for him to get all of the food out of the spoon.
Debbie E

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

91 of 92 people found the following review helpful By 2beauties on September 21, 2009
the concept is great, though i give it 2 stars bc if you make your own baby food ANY BIT of chunk (even the slightest) will not fit through the squeeze whole. squeeze the spoon harder to force the clog through and you end up with a splattered mess all over your babies face! (which is good for a laugh the first time only) ;)
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87 of 93 people found the following review helpful By C. Kreps on January 16, 2008
I purchased this item at my local baby mega-store when they had just put them out on the sales floor, on a whim. I had just begun feeding my 4 month old baby at the time and was frustrated with how messy it was. The design of this product is brilliant, and what I realized after its first use is that the reason traditional spoons are so messy for feeding a baby is because the underside of a spoon gets as much food on it as the "bowl" side of the spoon, and a baby does not know to use their bottom lip to swipe that food so that it stays in their mouth. With this spoon/device, the orange part is flexible silicone that holds more than 3 fluid ounces of baby food. The clear top screws on once you fill the "handle" with the puree food. At the tip of the clear part is a small well shaped baby spoon that has a hole leading to the inside of the "handle". When you invert the spoon, the food settles down to the clear part of the handle, and with a little squeeze by the adult, the perfect amount of food comes out into the "bowl" of the spoon. NO FOOD ON THE BOTTOM OF THE SPOON!!! It has been almost 2 months now, and feeding time is a joy at my home for adults as well as our baby. He honestly eats better because of the easy delivery. Also, since you don't keep dipping a contaminated spoon back into a baby jar, whatever food does not get eaten during feeding time can easily be transferred to a storage container and used at the next feeding. I purchased another one of these spoons so that I can feed an entree and a side item at each feeding. Brilliant Product!!!
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Alison S. on January 18, 2008
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I purchase this spoon on a whim, figuring we might find a use for it from time to time. Little did I know it would become our favorite feeding tool.

1) My daughter happily eats from it. She sometimes has trouble getting all the food out of the bowl of the spoon, but it hasn't prevented her from enjoying the experience.

2) It prevents you from contaminating the remaining food. As my daughter tries new things, it sometimes takes her a meal or five to actually eat even a small jar of the new food. This spoon allows you to feed your child without dipping a spoon into the jar and thus contaminating it.

3) It's easy to store. The snap-on cap over the spoon does a fantastic job of keeping the remaining food in the barrel. We just pop the cap on and store it in the door of our refrigerator.

Just know that you will want more than one. We now have three so we can keep foods rotated throughout the day. It won't work for chunkier purees, but those first foods and smoother foods (applesauce, yogurt, etc) are fantastic in it.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Michelle Skaggs on June 16, 2010
I bought this product when my daughter was 4 months old because I thought it looked really easy and convenient to use. When I opened it, I noticed that the spoon was really huge and hard so I decided to wait and try it out when she got a little older and more used to eating from a spoon. She's 7 months old now and eating 2nd foods, so I decided to break it out and use it for the first time tonight. Normally she can eat an entire jar of 2nd foods in about 15 minutes with a regular infant spoon. When I offered her the food in this spoon, she had to open her mouth really wide just to fit the spoon in. It looked very uncomfortable. Then when she actually got it in her mouth, she couldn't get the food off the spoon because it is way too deep. She got about three bites halfway down (most of it drooled out onto her bib) before she started throwing a fit. After those three bites I decided to get a container and a spoon and do it the normal way. She finished the rest of the food in 10 minutes. Unless your baby has a gigantically huge mouth, I'd recommend the old fashioned way. That spoon is just too hard and huge. Not to mention it is very deep. My daughter is one of those babies who can't seem to wait for you to get the spoon to her mouth fast enough, so I thought this spoon would be perfect to start using since all you have to do is squeeze the bulb part. It took me ten minutes just to get her to take those three bites. I've been using the Munchkin Soft Bite Spoons since she started on her rice cereal. Those spoons are the perfect size and the tip is flexible and not too deep. She doesn't have to stretch her mouth open like Steven Tyler with those.Read more ›
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22 of 29 people found the following review helpful By A. McStyle on April 10, 2008
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When I found out about this spoon I was instantly sold. I have more than one baby and let me tell you - the feeding process is crazy and full of crying because I am not fast enough with my spoon skills. I can't seem to get the food into the mouths fast enough and so there is much crying as a result. I thought these spoons would help the situation because I would not need to scoop food from the bowl and then into the mouth - I could instead just hold the spoon there and "squirt". Well not really... The plastic of the spoon is very hard and it seems to hurt their gums. The squirt feature is all done by your hand squeezing so you have to be careful to squeeze just the right amount and at the right time- it is something you have to watch closely - so you can't effectively feed two babies at the same time (not an issue with people that own just one baby). The bowl of the spoon is way too deep and baby does not get all that is in the spoon - it tends to lead to overflow on an unsteady "squirt" and just makes more mess than it is worth. Well it looks like some poeple are giving these spoons a good review so it must work for some. Not for me. Sometimes the old fashioned method is truely the tried and tested way to go - so think hard about what you are spending your money on!
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