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Graco Nasal Clear Nasal Aspirator

by Graco
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  • 12 different children's tunes while in use, help divert your child and comfort her while clearing her nasal passages
  • Battery operation lets you control the suction you maintain the suction or release it as needed
  • Soft, flexible silicone tips make it gentle and comfortable to use even on a newborn baby
  • Silicone tip for different nostril shapes and different types of congestion
  • Clear plastic collection cup helps you evaluate your baby's level of congestion
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight8.8 ounces
Product Dimensions9.2 x 5.6 x 1.9 inches
OriginChina
UPC047406102372
Item model number1750335
Safety warningFor home use only.
Target genderUnisex
Batteries requiredYes
Battery typeAA
  
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Additional Information
ASINB001PBFWMO
Best Sellers Rank #168 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

The NasalClear Battery Operated Baby Nasal Aspirator helps your little one feel better soon.
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Graco NasalClear Battery Operated Baby Nasal Aspirator

Say Goodbye to Stuffy

As a parent, when your child isn’t feeling their best, you want to do anything and everything you can to make him feel better. Graco’s Nasal Clear Baby Nasal Aspirator helps to safely and easily clear your baby’s stuffy nose, putting him on a path to easier breathing. When baby feels better, you’ll rest easier too!

Easy Clean Up

Graco made this infant nasal aspirator extra-easy to clean. The nasal tip and collection cup are dishwasher safe, so when you need to clean it, just pop the pieces in the dishwasher. Your baby aspirator will emerge clean and sterilized and ready to help baby feel better soon.

Clearly Readable

Since your little one can’t always express how he’s feeling, this baby nasal aspirator has a clear plastic collection cup. This way, you’ll be able to effectively gauge and evaluate baby’s congestion level. After all, more information is always better when it comes to your precious child’s health!

Battery Powered Aspirator

The Graco Nasal Clear Baby Nasal Aspirator is powered by 2 AA batteries. Since it’s battery powered, you can control the suction – either maintaining or releasing it, according to baby’s needs.

Happy Tunes

No one likes feeling congested, including baby! Distract him with NasalClear’s built-in 12 kid’s tunes. Any distraction is a welcome one, and you’ll be helping to get your child right on the way to feeling 100%.

Key Features

  • Plays 12 different children's tunes to help distract baby
  • Uses 2 AA batteries, not included


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Customer Reviews

I also love it plays loud music to distract the baby.
bfly_gal
It works best when the mucus is thin, so when it's really thick, I use a saline spray to thin it out, and then I'm able to get the snot out better.
Jeri Perez
I just ordered this product because my son who is 12 weeks old had a bad cold which ended up becoming pneumonia.
MikeKris

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

86 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Veracity79 on June 26, 2009
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So the first thing I can say about this product is that is really does help decrease if not completely abolish the crying and fighting of a small baby when it's time to suction their nose. It's a continuous gentle suction so it seems to not feel so intrusive. The music is kind of loud, but if you put your finger over the small speaker it helps diffuse it a bit. It probably isn't so bad for an older baby. When my son got sick he was just barely two months old so it was still a bit loud for his ears. Now for the suction itself, it's effective for thin secretions of mucous, not so much for anything thicker than that. It worked well in combination with the bulb aspirator. I thought I would be able to throw that thing out...but not the case. It seems like it would be a good product for a cold with a continually runny nose, or just looser mucous. It's not really great for use on more congested noses because it's gentle suction is just not enough. Clean up is gross but easy! I think people have said you can run the pieces in the dishwasher however, I just clean the pieces out with hot soapy water and a small bottle nipple brush. It has a great little storage drawstring bag and two differently shaped nasal pieces. Overall I think it's a useful product for certain types of mucous. It's definitely worth the cease in suction session battles when the mucous is a prime candidate for it.

So the bottom line: Is it a must-have? No, I don't think it's more effective than the bulb. Is it nice to have? Yes, I don't mind having it to resort to for certain types of colds in addition to baby being okay with having it in his nose. Should you buy it? Depends on how much you need your twenty bucks. Lastly, clean up is probably more sanitary because of the pieces pulling apart, but it is definitely something you want to clean as soon as your done using it.
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83 of 95 people found the following review helpful By A. Farrell on July 15, 2009
Our daughter was constantly getting a cold in the winter, so we were endlessly having to clear out her nose, which she hated. We would rinse out the bulb aspirator after each use, but when I got a whiff of the inside of that thing one day, I nearly puked!

One day I found this inexpensive option at Wal-Mart. The first few times, she was unsure, but once she saw how it made her feel, she truly doesn't mind it. I wasn't totally impressed at first because I just felt like it wasn't sucking enough. But when my husband read the directions, it tells you sometimes, if the mucus is thick, you need to suck in a little water in between suctions. When you do that, it works perfectly! As gross as it is, the water flushes out the loose boogers and they go straight to the clear cup.

We loove this gagdet, and I suggest all the people who complain about the suction try using the water!
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By C. Kim on April 10, 2013
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I've owned three of these aspirators (first one I gave away, second one pooped out after over 20 years of use, and I just received my third) and it has been extremely useful, especially since all three of my infants had a lot of congestion during their first few weeks of life. As a caveat I have never used the nasal suction straw things because I think it's sort of gross and you need two people to pull it off. So I guess I'm comparing this to the traditional rubber aspirator which is minimally effective at best.

I feel so bad for the people who have found this item unhelpful and frustrating so I feel compelled to offer a couple of tips:

1) Sometimes this aspirator is sold with only the thick tip (for some reason I remember it being sold with the thin one before). The thin tip is A LOT more useful for tiny nasal passageways. These tips can be found separately for about $5 for 4 (2 of each type of tip). I'm not sure if this model is going out of production but I was able to find tips at babiesrus.

2) Use saline drops or a tiny bit of breastmilk to loosen the mucus.

3) Most importantly point the tip straight into the baby's face (think 90 degree angle) --- the nasal cavity actually goes more back than upwards. If you point this tip up the nose, it ends up just sucking on skin inside the nose (which is uncomfortable) and not the mucus. If you point it towards the back of the baby's head you get more stuff out.

4) sometimes it doesn't look like you get much out but if you suck up some running water after use, you can see if it was effective or not (though it can look pretty nasty so brace yourself).

5) be careful not to lose any of the washers because they are essential (these are the rubbery rings).
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Cynthia R. Haynes on June 18, 2013
I saw a picture of a bulb syringe cut in half to discover it filled with mildew and was disgusted. I considered regularly replacing my bulb syringe, but most of the bulb syringes that I've found since my son was born have nowhere near the amount of suction power as the old fashioned ones. I saw this at Walmart and liked that it came apart for cleaning, in addition to being able to control the suction without having to pull out, clean, and reinsert into a fussy baby nose. I've seen some reviews about this that say it won't get thicker mucus. Well, in my experience, there are a few reasons for this.
-The tip must be clear of any previous mucus and the collection chamber clean and empty.
-The batteries might be low.
-The baby might need some saline drops to help loosen up the mucus.

I use this daily, and I find that using rechargeable batteries help to keep a strong suction. I also purchased a set of alternate/extra tips at Babies R Us that can make a difference depending upon mucus consistency. I also use saline nose drops to help soften the mucus when it's sticky, as my pediatrician recommended for any method of nasal aspiration. It's actually better for the baby to have more moisture when removing mucus. If it's too thick it's because the nose is dry and any attempt at aspiration can cause microscopic tears in the nose to cause bleeding and/or discomfort. I actually keep this, the tips, and a bottle of Little Noses Saline Spray in a plastic zipper freezer bag in my diaper bag so that everything is together, clean, and easy to find. When I can't get all of the mucus to come out with the aspirator itself, at least I can get it out of the nose enough to grab it with a tissue with minimal upset to the baby. We make it a game. "Mommy is gonna get those boogers!
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