The First Years American Red Cross Soft Tip Medicine Dispenser
- Helps children swallow medicine in easy-to-handle doses
- Comes apart for easy cleaning; dishwasher safe
- Clearly marked measuring bar ensures accurate dosages
- Soft tip resembles nipple shape
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Giving liquid medicine to baby is no picnic, so you might as well make it as easy as possible! Featuring a soft tip that is comfortable in baby's mouth, along with a convenient measuring/travel cap, the American Red Cross Soft Tip Medicine Dispenser allows you to comfortably and accurately measure and administer medicine every time. Less medicine ON baby and more medicine IN baby? Sounds good to us!
- Comfortably and accurately measure and administer medicine
- Features a soft tip that is comfortable in baby's mouth
- Convenient measuring/travel cap.
- Age Grade: Birth and up
- U.S. only; not available in Canada
Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 3.6 x 1.5 inches
Top Customer Reviews
However, this syringe tip is very wide and doesn't fit into most medicine bottles at our house. Yes, you can pour the medicine into the cap of the syringe and draw the medicne from there, but we found that each time you lose a little bit of the medicine and that extra step can be a bit of a pain at 2am.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
bought this to administer meds to our pets. I couldn't easily get the medicine in the unit and the end is way to fat to fit in the bottle. Read morePublished 5 months ago by MelK
I thought it was a soft nipple for baby to suck on so I was disappointedPublished 12 months ago by Gail L. Matulevich
We actually use it for our dog so it works fine we just wish it held a little more.Published 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Easy to clean, use, and pack. LOVE: (a) the measuring cup that is included and attachable, (b) the soft nozzle attachment that won't hurt your little one, (c) the spoon-wise and ML... Read morePublished 20 months ago by :DR
The only thing I wish it had is a measurement line that was etched or embossed into the syringe. It's painted on (like almost everyone on the market) and it's bound to wash off... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Andrew Torres