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Yes, of course it will. You'd better stock up if you even think you might possibly need to be a better parent.
By A. Khan on March 11, 2013
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There was never an "official" recall on Sophie. What happened was that Sophie was found by a third party to contain a higher level of Nitrosatable content than allowed in order to conform to the European Safety Standard for teethers and soothers. In response Vulli changed their processing sometime in 2012 and offered a… see more There was never an "official" recall on Sophie. What happened was that Sophie was found by a third party to contain a higher level of Nitrosatable content than allowed in order to conform to the European Safety Standard for teethers and soothers. In response Vulli changed their processing sometime in 2012 and offered a voluntary exchange program for Sophies purchased in Germany. Vulli wont say when exactly the formulation was changed but the new safety test report that showed the reduced Nitrosatable content came out April 2012. Sophie has always conformed to US Safety Standards so anyone who purchased a Sophie before the formulation change in the USA were not considered eligible for the exchange program. Sophie the Giraffe is such a popular toy that I would be surprised if any of the older Sophies are still currently "on the shelf". If you want to be sure however the batch number on Sophies leg reveals the manufacture date. My Sophies number is 322060. The last four numbers are the ones you want. The third number on mine (2) stands for the year... the 2 on mine represents 2012. The following three numbers (060) are the day of the year, the 60th day of the year in 2012 was February 29th. So my Sophie was manufactured February 29, 2012, probably right before the formulation change. I hope that makes sense and is helpful to everyone. see less There was never an "official" recall on Sophie. What happened was that Sophie was found by a third party to contain a higher level of Nitrosatable content than allowed in order to conform to the European Safety Standard for teethers and soothers. In response Vulli changed their processing sometime in 2012 and offered a voluntary exchange program for Sophies purchased in Germany. Vulli wont say when exactly the formulation was changed but the new safety test report that showed the reduced Nitrosatable content came out April 2012. Sophie has always conformed to US Safety Standards so anyone who purchased a Sophie before the formulation change in the USA were not considered eligible for the exchange program. Sophie the Giraffe is such a popular toy that I would be surprised if any of the older Sophies are still currently "on the shelf". If you want to be sure however the batch number on Sophies leg reveals the manufacture date. My Sophies number is 322060. The last four numbers are the ones you want. The third number on mine (2) stands for the year... the 2 on mine represents 2012. The following three numbers (060) are the day of the year, the 60th day of the year in 2012 was February 29th. So my Sophie was manufactured February 29, 2012, probably right before the formulation change. I hope that makes sense and is helpful to everyone.
By MamaNature on February 4, 2014
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My serial # on Sophie and box didn't match.....
By KJ Country Chic on November 16, 2013
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Yes
By Luckydog211 SELLER on July 9, 2016
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My educated guess is that the mold that generated a flurry of panic was due to it being submerged in water. They don't just magically have mold inside them. ALL bath tub toys have the potential to grow mold inside as they never dry out completely.
By Michelle Roth on January 31, 2017
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No, just thinking that my grand baby was expose to this, just made me sick and upset.
By Soraida B. on January 30, 2017
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Totally correct
By Eduardo de la cruz on January 17, 2017
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There is no difference just the box design is a little different.
By Pretendtimetoys SELLER on July 30, 2015
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Mine has a pink tongue, maybe you got a fake one. Scroll through the reviews, ppl mentioned that they got a fake one
By mom of 4 on November 28, 2016
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We only sell authentic Sophie the giraffe!!
We are authorized retailer of Callisson ( USA distributor of Sophie the giraffe) buy with confidence

By BeBe Precious SELLER on January 25, 2016