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The Wean Machine Portable Baby Food Maker (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • Saves time and money, no need to cook separate meals.
  • Portable, compact and self contained, including a spoon.
  • Easy to use, just fill, squeeze and feed!
  • BPA, Phthalate and PVC Free
  • Helps through each stage of weaning solid foods.
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Technical Details
Item Weight5.6 ounces
Product Dimensions9.3 x 5.2 x 3.2 inches
UPC885187639430 845055079065
Item model numberWE101
  
Additional Information
ASINB0029WNNPQ
Best Sellers Rank #93,644 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 ounces
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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From the Manufacturer

An innovative new solution to the problem of preparing small portions of nutritious baby food. Portable, compact and self contained; The Wean Machine can be used at home or when out and about and it gives parents and caregivers control of exactly what’s going into their baby’s food. <br> <br> Ideal for use with a variety of foods including soft fruits, cooked vegetables and pasta dishes. The interchangeable small and large grills produce different consistencies for all stages of weaning. Winner of the 2008 Baby Product Association Concept of Awards.

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Customer Reviews

Overall, I really like the wean machine.
Kimberly A. Gonzalez
The biggest problem is that the food doesn't all go through the holes and a lot gets stuck in the bottom.
James Abner
If it can be mashed with a fork, it will work well in this devise.
TourniquetRules

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Wyoming Cowgirl on September 11, 2010
This item was a complete waste of money. Stick with a grinder. I liked the portability of the Wean Machine and the idea of it but it didn't work. Whatever well cooked (or over cooked) food you put in this item, it does not come out of the grates. The food just gets stuck in the bottom getting mashed flat below the grates. I am very sad that I bought this. I was planning on buying this and then trying it out for my 7 month old before purchasing it for some of my pregnant relatives. I thought it would work as well as a garlic press, but I didn't even get enough food through the grates to have a spoon full for my child. Don't waste your time or money on this. Look for something else.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By prinsesse on September 21, 2010
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This item is a great idea, but in all reality, completely unneccessary. Save your money! My baby went from eating mushy baby food, refusing to eat chunks, to eating solid foods overnight. I am a big fan of gadgets and wanted so bad to use this one but found that for things that needed mashing/strainig like avocados, my Pampered Chef garlic press was perfect and The Wean Machine was just a lot of extra work to get the same results as using basic kitchen utensils. Hopefully, there are some people out there that found The Wean Machine useful, but for me it was money wasted.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By TourniquetRules on February 12, 2010
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This is a really neat product; it was obviously invented by a mom. I would say this is perfect for babies around 7 months or older. It doesn't puree the food so your baby should be able to handle more texture and chunks in his/her food. So far I have tried, spaghetti, a banana, steamed broccoli, and a chicken-pasta dish. It works like a garlic press. If it can be mashed with a fork, it will work well in this devise. Things that don't mash such as cantaloupe, oranges, or grapes don't work so well, they just make juice . It is extremely portable and will be perfect for use at any restaurant. The spoon clips on and it has a lid, so you are ready to go. Clean up was also very easy!! This is much easier than a food processor.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By P_K on October 21, 2011
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This is very handy to take out with you or to use at home. Even though you could use it until whatever age they suggest, we only used it up until our son could eat chunkier solids. It's very easy to clean. The spoon is an added bonus.
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By B. Yee on January 5, 2011
I purchased this at a store (for more than what it's being sold for here at Amazon! Should've checked here first!!!) and it's such a simple, yet ingenious gadget! It's seriously like an oversized garlic press, which is GREAT for cutting up food for babies who are just beginning to eat solids! It comes with a spoon that fits into its own little space, an extra hole-thingy that's slightly larger for when the baby can eat larger chunks, and a convenient cover that once you use, protects residual food from getting out and making a mess. This gadget is perfect for taking to restaurants and then throwing it back in your diaper bag when you're done (then you can wash it when you get home.) It's lightweight and well designed. I've used it to cut up tofu, fish, noodles, and soft fruit so far. It's so much easier and faster than trying to chop up the food with a spoon or cut it up with a scissor. I need to be quick because once my boy sees the food, he wants it ASAP. hahaha!

The only thing I don't really like about this is that because the "hole-thingy" that basically acts as the blade to cut up the food isn't flush against the bottom when you pull it down, there's always some food that doesn't get cut up. I guess that's inevitable. I looked at my garlic press and it's designed the same way as well, so I'm assuming there must be a reason for it. ALSO, the fact that the "hole-thingy" is made of plastic makes me wonder if it's going to able to cut up harder foods. I haven't tried harder foods yet, but I'm hoping that I won't be disappointed.

I was really excited when I bought this gadget and I'm not disappointed. It's great to keep in my diaper bag when I go out to restaurants and for quick cutting. I definitely don't think it's intended to be used to prepare a bunch of food to be stored. I use my Beaba Babycook for that! But I love that I can go out to eat and give my baby some of the (appropriate) foods that I'm eating.
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By Amjra VINE VOICE on July 23, 2014
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I'm adding this one to the pile of overpriced and unnecessary baby gadgets. In theory it seems like a great idea to have a hand held masher for feedings. In practice anything that will mush through the holes is also easily mushed with a fork, which costs about 25 cents and you probably already own one. If the food has any fiber at all, it will not go through the holes. Even pasta cooked al dente is a trial for this gadget. After smushing, there was more food left in the bottom of the device than food that came through the holes. It just squished the food and didn't really push the food through the holes for a bite size. At home, I found myself reaching for the fork or potato masher instead of this or a blender - as both a fork and potato masher work better than this little gadget and both are quieter and easier to clean than a blender or grinder.

The only good side: I can see the appeal if you are traveling or in a restaurant and want a hand held item in which to hold some baby food while you dish it into little one's mouth. The spoon snaps into the handle, which is also a plus. While the design is pleasing, however, the function is limited and not worth the substantial price tag. Over three years and multiple kids I found that I used this maybe 4 times.

What works in this gadget? Already soft things that you can easily use a fork with:
Bananas
overcooked pasta.
Super ripe fruit, such as pears, that you must peel first

what doesn't work?
Sweet potatoes, any vegetable with a skin (peas, corn, beans) and everything else.
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