Stick & Stay Bowl Navy

Price € 16,95
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This Stick & Stay bowl has a secure suction base that sticks firmly to surfaces until mealtime is over. The parent-friendly design makes this bowl easy for grown-ups to remove, but tricky for little ones, to prevent slipping, tipping or tossing. The side walls are designed to help tots with scooping to help promote self-feeding. These dishwasher safe bowl quickly twist apart for thorough cleaning


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10/10 (1 reviews)
Meggan - fouettmagic
Dec 20, 2019
J’adore cette collection

Les gobelets sont super pratique et bien proportionnés! Mon petit boit tout seul avec !
La bavette est juste parfaite , de lave facilement soit à la main soit en machine et le récupérateur sauve souvent de la catastrophe ! Les cuillères sont aussi vraiment bien ! Bref une gamme que je recommande les yeux fermés .
J’en suis fan !

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