This heat sensor is patented white hot safety spoon turns white if food is over a comfortable 110¬∞f (43.3¬∞c). And the soft tip is gentle on baby's gums. The tapered spoon bowl is the perfect shape and fit for little mouths. It has a bright colors help hide food stains. This has a long handle reached bottom of jar. It is ideal for 3+ month's baby.
- Patented white hot heat sensor tips turn white when food is too hot
- Soft tips are gentle on baby's gums
- Top rack dishwasher safe
- Bright colors help hide food stains
- Tapered bowl is ideal for little mouths and comes in purple, pink, peach, and blue
Dip spoon and stir for 10 seconds. If tip turns white allow food to cool.
Safety Warning: Wash and inspect before use. Top rack dishwasher safe. Do not microwave, boil, or steam sterilize. The White Hot color change function may cease to function over time, replace when necessary. Discoloration will not affect the performance of the White Hot function. Discard and replace at first sign of weakness or damage. Always check temperature before feeding. Do not let child walk or run while carrying the spoon. Discard all packaging components before giving to the child.
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