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Boon Flatware Transitional Toddler Utensils
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Let the scooping, shoveling, and slurping begin! So your toddler wants to eat like a big kid but doesn't quite understand the concept of pokey tines that can make holes in things other than food. No problem! Boon flatware works as well as the grown up version but is designed with toddlers in mind. And see the cute little handles? They're designed for that "hammer grip" kids love so much. Look out, peas and carrots. Your days are numbered!

Suitable for ages 18 months and up.

Features:
  • Three piece fork, spoon, and knife set
  • Contoured handles are easy for child's grasp
  • Effective fork tines without sharp edges
  • Sturdy stainless steel for durability
  • Dishwasher-safe
  • BPA-free, Phthalate-free and PVC-free

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Jackie: about a month ago

Good quality, durable and my son loves them!


Aly: a few months ago

I love these for my son. They are a better quality product and are quite durable and easy for his hands to grip.


Catherine: a few months ago

Great set. Spoon is a good size and I feel comfortable giving my son the fork to use on his own (as he always wants to do it himself!). Fork not super pointy/sharp, which makes it harder for my son to use sometimes, but that's better than worrying about poking himself! Haven't really used the knife yet, but soon. I liked them so much I bought a second set. Happy to have stainless steel instead of plastic for the part that goes in the mouth.


Mary: a few months ago

Will find out after it's used by my grandson after Christmas!!!
It sure looks good!!!!


Laurence: about a year ago

Great size. Loving the durable handle (real hard, so baby can nibble without swallowing pieces of plastic). And the knive is a real hit with our two minis.


Nadine: more than a year ago

My son has been using these since before he was 2, they are the perfect size, particularly the spoon. With bigger spoons he just tries to funnel more food into his mouth and it gets messy! The fork is not very sharp so sometimes he struggles with spearing tougher foods, but I also don't worry as much about him hurting someone or tearing apholstery...


Tanya: more than a year ago

Great for little hands and rounded edges gentle on little mouths.

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