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Munchkin Twisty Teether Ball (Colors/Styles Vary)

by Munchkin

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  • Shake, twist and roll for fun sounds
  • 10 different textured surfaces
  • Develops motor and sensory skills
  • Easy for baby to grasp, hold and chew
  • All non-toxic
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Technical Details
Model Number75401
Item Weight113 g
Product Dimensions14.6 x 11.4 x 8.9 cm
Item model number75401
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 24,943 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight113 g
Date First Available8 Aug 2012
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Product Description

Kids have a ball with this chewy teether. Roll it, twist it, shake it and rattle it. This teether offers lots of teething options and hours of playtime fun. With 10 different textured surfaces, there's just the right place to soothe sore gums. It's perfect for developing teeth and developing your child's motor and sensory skills. It actually teaches baby cause and effect. Best of all, the'yll really have a ball with it.

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Amazon.com: 3.3 out of 5 stars  83 reviews
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome as it is, room for improvement though 8 Nov 2010
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
As much as my 5mo loves this ball I can't give it any lower than a 5 star review even though there is room for improvement (as I will detail below). The ball has ten different "nubs" on it with different textures around them and my baby LOVES chomping on them. The nubs are each about the width of my thumb which is perfect for him as it is my thumb he would otherwise be chomping on (or his own fist). A drool bib is a good idea to have on babies at this stage as the gnawing on stuff tends to produce a LOT of slobber.

Please note the ball is SURFACE CLEAN ONLY! Because of the twisting apart (where it makes a ratcheting sound that baby likes and isn't too obnoxiously loud like some other toys, it is also a quiet rattle when shaken), water CAN get into it if immersed (doesn't seem to be letting too much drool in though). One reviewer claims that it smells terrible, I have a VERY sensitive nose and ours doesn't smell after about a month of constant use (it is baby's favorite inanimate object, so much so that we just purchased a 2nd one to have one for home and one for car/out & about). A commenter asked another reviewer and didn't get a response - yes, it is made in China.

As for improvement, one annoying thing is that there is no way to secure it to prevent it from hitting the floor when baby drops it (which babies love to do even when they DO have coordination enough to hold onto something). I solved this personally by putting a small hair elastic around it(fits between the ratchety part and the nubs so it still twists), then using various things such as pacifier clips and link rings through that to secure it to baby carrier or high chair at a restaurant. Having a way to tether the thing with those linking rings would be a MAJOR improvement IMO - and could be achieved by redoing the mold so that one (or two) of the nubs has a hole through it that a holder can go through. It could also be improved by having some gel inside to stay cold after being in the fridge - could be cool to even just have that in SOME of the nubs instead of all of them as I bet babies would LOVE to compare the different temperatures in their mouths (and that also lets parents know if it's worth keeping it in the fridge, if baby doesn't seem to prefer the cold nubs over the regular ones). If there was a way to allow it to come apart so it COULD be immersed and washed thoroughly that would also be an improvement particularly for the more germphobic among us. I get around this myself by only immersing it half at a time and being careful not to get the center split into the water, surface-cleaning that part afterward, but I'd love to be able to like press-and-twist like a pill bottle to get it to open and be able to drop it into a dishwasher or at least a dishbin of soapy water. I wouldn't trade the ratcheting sound and such for that, though, as my son gets a lot of enjoyment from that. If that is particularly a big issue for you, it seems there are other one-piece products on the market that may suit you better.

Oh, and we call ours "the Nom Ball" (as in nom-nom-nom - current parlance for the act of chewing on something). It's the for-nomin'-on in our house (say it fast, it's a very bad pun)
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Questionable quality 14 Feb 2008
By globy - Published on Amazon.com
Durability: 1.0 out of 5 stars    Educational: 4.0 out of 5 stars    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This teether looks better live, it's well designed and the colors are much brighter than what's shown in the picture. When you twist it, it makes a cool clicking sound. I know my baby would have loved this toy, but the reason I didn't give it to her was that the one I received had what appeared to be dried crusty glue around the seams that would not wash off no matter how hard I scrubbed. I can't possibly give this to my baby to put in her mouth. Too bad. The cost of this item doesn't justify paying postage to return it, so maybe I'll let my daughter play with it when she stops putting everything in her mouth.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars bad plastic smell 7 Mar 2011
By J~ - Published on Amazon.com
We received this one as a gift. Our daughter loved it but I was leery b/c of the bad plastic smell it had. It isn't listed as bpa-free so I decided it wasn't worth keeping and opted for safer options.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Better this knuckle ball than your real knuckle! 8 July 2007
By RHONDA, THE MAGICLADY - Published on Amazon.com
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Durability: 5.0 out of 5 stars    Educational: 5.0 out of 5 stars    Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
If your baby is in the stage of trying to crush your knuckles with his gums, this teether is the one for him. Easy for baby to hold. Not as easy for baby to smack you with as with other teethers. Not so big that baby smacks himself, either. I think baby will like this teether best.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cute teether toy 3 Jun 2013
By New Grandmommy - Published on Amazon.com
I bought the pink and yellow version of this toy from Kmart but came here to read the reviews after the fact. As everyone else has noted, there is a very bad chemical smell to this teether. I did not notice this smell until after I read the reviews on Amazon. Well, I think I may have found a solution to get ris of the smell (at least most of it) I sprinkled a little Arm and Hammer baking soda onto a damp cloth and then wiped the teether down tith it. Afterwards I took a different wet cloth and wiped away any residue left from the baking soda. This appears to have helped greatly as the teether smells a good 75% better. I will try it again in a few days. I hope it works for you as well.
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