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40 of 44 people found the following review helpful
I like these spoons a lot:
-my hand doesn't cramp,
-silicone coat is save for baby's mouth, softer than plastic (my son can safely play with it),
-dishwasher safe; no sings of wear at all after 5 months of everyday use so far,
-deep enough to scoop food and liquid, but not that deep to leave some food after every bite (like Munchkin colorful 6 pack).
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on January 8, 2012
Even though I found $6.99 for 2 spoons to be on the steeper side, I do not regret buying these spoons.

The spoon has a very good angle which makes it easier to feed. I also purchased plastic munchkins spoons for much cheaper (just so I can compare) that I don't really use since I bought the OXO spoons. The silicone tip is also great because while introducing solids to a 6 month old, she tends to bite the spoon (accidentally) and it doesn't hurt her gums. I really love this spoon and I don't think I will need any other kind! Highly recommended!!!

UPDATE: I bought these spoons in Green, Blue and Orange. The BLUE spoons have started changing colors a bit and it happened to my friend's as well. It's starting to turn a little green? Is this safe? I wonder if they'd let me return the blue ones even though they are used...I've used it less than 10 times before it changing colors.
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful
on April 14, 2012
These are the first spoons that I purchased for my 6 month old son. Though the shape of the spoon is perfect for a little mouth, the silicone coating began to break off in small pieces and tear from my son biting down on the spoon once or twice during a feeding.

It is very unfortunate that these spoons cannot withstand little teeth and I had to throw them away. I would recommend reading reviews of other spoons as I am doing now to try to find a soft spoon that will not break and tear so easily. I am very disappointed in OXO Tot and the quality of this spoon, particularly since I was willing to pay more for the two pack of spoons in order to get a superior quality - which is not the case.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on April 24, 2012
These are absolutely our favorite baby spoons. We have also tried the Munchkin spoons with the hot/cold indicator on the bowls, BabyBjorn, and Gerber. These are our hands-down favorites and go-to spoons.

The handles and grips on the spoons are very ergonomical. I'm a 5'10" momma with hands that typically need gloves from the men's deparment. Tthese spoons don't have stubby little handles like some other baby spoons. They are nice and long--super easy to hold (probably great for tall daddies) and great because the spoons don't fall down into a plate of baby food if I need to set one down for a moment.

Although my baby cannot talk to inform me about her opinions, these seem to be her favorites as well. The bowl was a nice size at five and six months as we introduced baby food, and it's still a good size at 11 months. (I think the bowls on the BabyBjorns are insanely wide and so deep that they are probably better suited to toddlers, although I am a fan of numeous other BabyBjorn products that we own. The bowls on the Munchkins are okay, but as the baby gets older they seem to be shallower and shallower.) The OXO spoon appears to be a nice balance of substantial and durable material from the metal, but it's soft enough for baby's mouth and gums thanks to the silicone coating.

Finally, my inner cheapskate loves how well the silicone coating lets me clean out a jar of baby food like a spatula.:) I noticed that one of the poor reviews for this product said the owner's baby bit off pieces from the spoon. My baby was a very early teether, had teeth fully in when we introduced baby food, is a hardcore biter, and we have not had any issue with months and months of use with two of these spoons in regular and heavy rotation. (I came back to buy more tonight because I am tired of having only two to try to keep clean.) Maybe it's a matter of how long the parent allows the child to gnaw on the bowl before it becomes an issue.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful
on December 18, 2010
Finally baby spoons that are not only soft on my baby's mouth but also help swipe all the last bits of food out of the bowl...like a built in spatula! They are especially good for getting the last bits of yogurt out of the small containers (a huge pet peeve of mine before I found these spoons). The spoon head is also a bit deeper than most other brands so it helps to keep the food inside the spoon and not on the floor. Overall great design and functionality - two thumbs up.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on August 15, 2012
I have a lot of different brands of baby spoons and these are good ones. You get only two in the package but they are nice solid spoons that are well balanced and have a nice 'bowl'. My baby has a hard time getting all the food off most spoons but he doesn't have a problem with these. I've run them through the dishwasher numerous times and they are holding up well. Overall the OXO line of items are well designed with an easy to open packaging and excellent products.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on February 9, 2012
I used these initially when my son started to eat solids. They worked very well ergonomically - the spoons are shaped in such a way that even if you are positioned at a higher level than the baby (for instance, if you are standing and feeding a baby seated in a higher chair), the spoons make it easy to feed because they dip down. However, they are shallow and so cannot contain runnier foods (I have since been using the munchkin spoons a lot more).
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on November 25, 2011
Given all the high reviews, I bought these spoons along with the Munchkin ones, thinking these would be so much better. Our little one doesn't like these at all. The rubber part over the spoon isn't smooth, it's a little bumpy, and she hates the texture. From my perspective, the spoon is way too shallow to get any reasonable amount of foot into/onto it. I'm really bummed we bought these. My advice is to try the Munchkin ones first (they're great!).
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on February 19, 2012
We first tried the Munchkin spoons that turn white when the food is too hot, and I thought they were great until the rubber coating started to get a little harder than when we first got them. I thought to myself "a spoon is a spoon, why pay more than $1.00 for a spoon". Then I read the other reviews for this spoon and figured I'd give it a shot. Oh man, what a difference these spoons make! They are pretty much like curved spatulas and are exactly perfect for feeding babies. Heck, I wish they made these in an adult size! Probably the best thing about them is the silicone coating that allows you to scrape the last bit of food out of every nook and cranny in the baby food container. Also, the shape of the curve in the spoon is just right; our daughter doesn't even have to try to get all the food off of the spoon, it's perfectly shaped to all come off when she bites down. Who knew a spoon could be awesome?
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on February 20, 2012
It's the dumbest thing because it's just a spoon, but it does make it easier for a newbie like me to feed my baby his first solids! The shape is just right to aim it right in, then alley-oop up out of the mouth, depositing the food to the back of baby's tongue and scraping the remainder off as you slide it up and out of baby's mouth. Feeding is less messy and much more productive. And, it's very soft for baby to gum or chew. I was using the Munchkin spoons, but these just work better (and the Munchkin ones have kind of a sharp edge around the bowl that I was concerned may cut my baby's gums).
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