Boon Edgeless Saucer Stay-Put Divided Plates
Blue Multi 3 Pack
Keep alien food particles off your walls. Saucer's slip-resistant base and edgeless design make it difficult for baby to lift it off the table and launch it across the room. Our little secret: Doubles as a Frisbee.

Suitable for ages 9 months old and up.

  • Unique edgeless design
  • Divided sections
  • Slip-resistant base
  • Three color set
  • Top rack dishwasher-safe
  • BPA-free, Phthalate-free and PVC-free
  • Dimensions: 5.6" x 7.2" x 3.25"

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Lisa: more than a year ago

These are great for my 15-month-old... little sections for cheese, fruit, veggies, dips, whatever. As other people said- they do not stick tight to the table, but I still find them awesome.

Noelle: more than a year ago

My one year old loves these!

Catherine: more than a year ago

My one-year old can push the plate around and pick it up, but seems less interested in doing so with this plate compared to a regular plate or bowl. So while it's not perfect, it does help reduce the mess!

Laura: more than a year ago

Fun and functional. Perfect for my one year-old who loves to feed herself.

Christina: more than a year ago

Best plates ever. Stopped my daughter from throwing food on the floor. Makes portioning out food easier.

Kathryn: more than a year ago

Cute product, not entirely practical for a 9month old tho. Slides around on the high chair and those little fingers had no problem what so ever lifting it up and sending food flying. I use it solely while preparing a meal, letting finger foods cool down. Hopefully have better luck on the kitchen table when little fingers are not so interested in picking it up and flipping it over!

Kelly: more than a year ago

This is a great plate for a toddler. Doesn't slip easily and separates food into small portions. We love it so we ordered another pack!

Danya: more than a year ago

These are the last plates I go for in my cupboard. I find that the little spots just aren't big enough or deep enough and food ends up getting pushed onto the table. There is a lot of wasted space on the plates in my opinion. They do go in the dishwasher and are durable as we've dropped them on occasion and they did not break. Rubber bottom is also good as they don't slide around so much.

cj: more than a year ago

I really like these plates. They don't stick to the high chair so they aren't completely toddler proof, but the rubber on the bottom does make them a bit more difficult to lift up. Since we got them our toddler is definitely lifting her plate up off the table less. I like that they have the 4 separate compartments, though one of them is kind of small (it is good for a dipping sauce or something small). Another bonus is that since they are narrow they just fit on the tray of the travel booster chair we have

Leslie: more than a year ago

These are super cute, but I found that they didn't stay put very well. My 9 month old was able to get the plate off the table within the first couple of minutes of me setting it down. I'll save them for a bit later when he isn't so keen to pick up and turn over any dish set in front of him.

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