Dana, an Amazon.com customer
I initially ordered one set. Blame it on the Sunday brunch mimosas but I am glad I did! I purchased the education version which is plain stainless. There are no frog or character engravings. I was so impressed with the quality of the items (plate, bowl, cup) and the product packaging that I immediately logged in and ordered two more. I also ordered the baby silverware set in education twice over and am currently anticipating the restocking of the education toddler silverware so I can get those too! This set is gift wrap ready. If you want a gift to impress at a baby shower this is it!
Natasha, an Amazon.com customer
This product is the perfect non-toxic easy to wash divided plate, bowl, and cup set for kids! It is made with quality stainless steal and I love it! The compartments make it easy to divide things up. And the cup with a handle is great for teaching kids how to properly drink from a cup. Also the bowl is absolutely adorable. My toddler and preschooler are both easily able to get them out of the drawer and set the table- they are the perfect weight. Great investment and makes a great gift too!
Wen CuiYang, an Amazon.com customer
I just received the product, so I can’t speak for it’s durability, but it seems good quality. Great size for toddlers.
Ive been looking for a stainless steel set for my baby for a long time. This set won in the end because the bowl has handles, and the stainless steel is 304 grade. My 11 months old can pick the bowl up easily. The handles also stay cool when I put hot food in it.
Baby Led Weaning
The stainless steel baby bowl with handles encourages child autonomy. One hand balances the bowl and another scoops food. The stainless steel divided plates are stable when used (they don't need suction cups/ velcros to prevent sliding). The cup is light to hold even when it is filled with liquid. The small cup is safe and easy to use for a baby who is learning to drink from an open cup. A baby can easily reach for food on the divided plate without overextending his/her arms. Most importantly, they are nontoxic and safe for babies.
Suitable for Babies, Toddlers, and Kids
Kiddobloom dinnerware and utensils are carefully designed for children. No sharp edge. No sharp point. They are hygienic and easy to wash. They do not retain odor. They are suitable for use in both casual and formal dining. They make perfect baby keepsakes, baby shower gifts, birthday gifts, and holiday gifts. All Kiddobloom products passed CPSIA product safety compliance rules and FDA food contact requirements.
Healthy Food Portion
It is very easy to serve healthy food portions with this dinnerware. The divided dish fits a variety of food shapes and sizes (cut fruits, cut veggies, grains, sushis, wraps, waffles, pancakes, pizzas, and many others).
Attention to Details
We pay attention to every detail of the products we design. We design small handles on the bowls and cups to help toddlers transition from bottles to cups and to learn self-feeding. Our plates, cups, and bowls are stackable to save storage space. There are no crevices on the rim to prevent trapped food and mold/mildew growth. The plate's rim is not rolled but folded and pressed neatly and tightly to prevent it from trapping food or water underneath. Oil and grease wash off easily.
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