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Vulli Chan Pie Gnon Natural Rubber Soft Chew Toy, Pink

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  • Phthalates and BPA free
  • Facilitate baby development
  • Numerous parts to chew and play safely
  • Easy to grasp and to grip
  • Includes a squeaker sound
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Color: Pink

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Vulli Chan Pie Gnon Natural Rubber Soft Chew Toy, Pink + Vulli Chan Pie Gnon Natural Rubber Soft Chew Toy, Yellow + Vulli Sophie the Giraffe Teether, Brown/White
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Product Information

Color: Pink
Technical Details
Item Weight0.5 ounces
Product Dimensions1.5 x 1.5 x 5.5 inches
UPC400000001067
Item model number300198
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation8 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation60 Pounds
Number of items1
Batteries requiredNo
  
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Best Sellers Rank #8,266 in Baby (See top 100)
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Color: Pink

Product Description

In natural rubber 0 month and up. As the famous Sophie the giraffe, this toy is made in natural rubber (phthalate free) and baby can chew it in complete safety. Easy to grasp and to grip. This toy includes a squeaker sound. 3 models to collect: Chan, Pie and Chan. Phthalates and BPA Free.

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In natural rubber 0 month and up. As the famous Sophie the giraffe, this toy is made in natural rubber (phthalate-free) and baby can chew it in complete safety. Easy to grasp and to grip. This toy includes a squeaker sound. 3 models to collect: Chan, Pie and Chan. Phthalates & BPA Free.

Customer Reviews

My 4 month old granddaughter loves this toy.
Amazon Customer
Both the blue and the pink Vulli Chan Pie Gnon Soft Chew Toy were ordered, one for each of my lovely twin granddaughters.
Grateful Grandma
This toy is very cute and the squeaky sound it makes isn't too loud or obnoxious.
Ailleen Grace

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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By J. Goldstein on April 27, 2009
Color Name: Pink Verified Purchase
I bought this after buying Sophie the Giraffe from the same company. My daughter chews on Sophie like crazy. Sophie is such a great teething toy. But when my daughter puts Sophie's leg in her mouth, sometimes she pokes her eye with another leg, so I thought this toy would be eliminate the poking. My daughter will chew on it, but it just doesn't fit in her mouth like Sophie's legs and head, and she tosses it aside quickly. If you are going to buy a rubber teething toy, Sophie is a better buy.

**EDIT**
Updating! My 9 month old now prefers this teether over Sophie! About a month ago she made the switch and now really prefers this over the giraffe.

Bottom line: These rubber toys are great teethers.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Mark J. Strudwick on May 11, 2011
Color Name: Blue
Not to put too fine a point on it, the top of this little guy's head is pretty much a nipple. I guess it is designed that way and my son (4 months) loves it. Chowing down on it seems to be his favorite activity when not screaming at his parents to be picked up and held.
The squeaker in the dude is very loud. And you may think you have heard loud, but this is truly Olympic-class loud. Just gumming down on the nipple-head produces a squeak that can be heard across the street. This will affect your baby in three stages: stage one - fright, stage two - curiosity, stage three - complete fascination in the reaction it gets from the parent. Extricating the squeaker is no mean feat, but it can probably be muted somewhat by multiple dunks in the bathtub. Overall, great (and safe) for baby, amusing for parents, until it becomes infuriating.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By S. Dondero on January 26, 2011
Color Name: Pink
Length: 0:59 Mins
Here is a video of my 5 month old playing with Pie - I went with this over Sophie the Giraffe because of all the stories I heard about babies chokeing on Sophie's Legs.

This toy is sooo soft, baby gets her hands on it and pops the little horns right into her mouth. She loves the squeaking, fortunatly, it doesn't squeak so much when baby plays with it but in the hands of my 5 yr old son it can get pretty annoying.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amanda Jackson on February 19, 2009
Color Name: Pink
Pie, is the little pink critter in our collection, and our 5 month old absolutely loves it. The natural rubber used to construct this toy is very soft, making it a tactile delight for baby, squishy and squeezable for little hands. Our daughter happily gums Pie's "horns" and "feet" as well as its cheeks. This toy is replete with a squeaker, which our daughter delights in when it does sound off. Fortunately for us, the toy is not so sensitive that it squeaks constantly, just enough for the baby to enjoy. Pie is the perfect size for tiny hands, not too big or too small, and very light, so when little arms go flying, no one gets hurt, and there are no sharp edges to pain baby's gums, because eventually all parts of Pie make it to her mouth. I recommend this adorable toy to anyone looking for something unusual and fun that will attract and maintain baby's interest.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Erica on June 10, 2012
Color Name: Blue
For my first child, we tried a variety of toy teethers with no luck. The only thing that worked was frozen fruit in the Munchkin 2 Pack Fresh Food Feeder, Colors May Vary and Hyland's Homeopathic Teething Tablets 100% Natural Symptomatic Relief for Teething in Children 135 Tablets. Tylenol and cold facecloths were not as effective for us.

For the second baby (boy), I coughed up the money for Vulli's Sophie Giraffe + Chan Pie Gnon set as all of my friends raved about how much their babies (all female) loved Sophie. I also picked up the toy tether from Nordstroms ($12) as I sure as heck wasn't going to lose that expensive giraffe.

Well, my son and Sophie are not a match made in heaven at 4-5 months. He likes to look at it and that's about it. At 5 months he has one tooth and has developed a fierce affection for Chan Pie Gnon -- aka "mushroom head". His second favorites are the Eric Carle caterpillar teether and a frozen banana in the Munchkin mesh bag teether. The caterpillar teether worked best pre-tooth, and the Munchkin mesh bag is helpful now that we've started foods. (Sassy also makes a mesh bag teether which has a cover; however, it's more expensive, more difficult to take apart and harder for my baby to hold).

Sophie, while cute, proved to be a bit too difficult for my son to hold and get a good chomp on -- at least at this point. It requires more fine motor skills and squeaks when the body is squeezed. My preschooler is much more intrigued by Sophie than the infant.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Der Doktor on May 30, 2010
Color Name: Blue
I showed it to my 4 1/2 months old girl who is currently - early enough - getting her first teeth. Chan is easy to grab so she was able to put it right into her mouth and chewed on it like crazy.
The other teethers were frustrating for her - most are too hard for chewing and most are too hard to hold - this one is just perfect for her.
The soft rubber of Chan makes it well suited for younger babies - it is easier to hold, easier to squeak and easier to chew on than Sophie. I think Sophie the Giraffe is more like a toy while Chan is more like a teether, but both are our girls favorite toys.

Which of these 3 guys would i chose? Well, my baby loves the blue 'hat' of Chan (or how would you call that part in a review?) - so I would recommend buying Chan!
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