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Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved Rattle Teether Night and Day Mr. Strong
Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved Benefit of Rattle Teethers Development of baby’s brain and physical functions In an early stage of baby development, it is important for babies to make use of his hands to grasp and feel things. By touching, pulling and pushing you face or other items, the young baby will develop his physical abilities and brain
Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved Benefit of Rattle Teethers Sound captivates baby’s attention and aids parents to check baby’s hearing in early stage. By shaking the rattle teether, it will make some sounds that will catch the attention of the baby. This helps to attract baby’s attention and soothe baby as teething times are often painful and uncomfortable. The sound also helps parents to check baby’s hearing.
Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved Benefit of Rattle Teethers Small and Light-weight Rattle teethers are made purposely kept to a small size, so that it is light-weight and thus, easy for small baby to grasp and hold. About grams only!!
Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved Product Features PP part Elastomer part Product concept: Night Time and Day Time 2 way grips (PP grip and movable elastomer part) Movable More rattle sound For 3 months + 5 brighter color beads (Pink, Orange, Yellow, Blue, Pink) “Protutions” and holes to allow baby to explore using tongue for development Product concept: Hard and Soft teething parts.
Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved Product concept: Gum massager Product Features PP part Elastomer part Product concept: Mr. Strong Gum massager -Small stubs help to relieve painful teething pains Movable colorful rings More rattle sound For 3 months + 5 brighter color beads (Pink, Orange, Yellow, Blue, Pink)
Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved Concept: Bright and Cheerful design which complements the fun character of teether Package Design
Copyright © Pigeon Singapore All Rights Reserved CodeDescription Qty / Ctn Outer carton Gross Wt Net WtM Rattle Teether, Night and Day (L) x 252 (D) x 359 (H)4.0 kg 2.7 kg Rattle Teether, Mr. Strong80452 (L) x 252 (D) x 359 (H) 3.8 kg 2.5 kg Package Information Made in Malaysia
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