Self-feeding utensils, Grabease or Bumkins silicone chewtensils?

Entering the age of 6 months, is the right time for your little one to be introduced to some solid foods. That's when baby spoon and fork are began to be used. Unlike the usual utensils that we use, the baby's spoon and fork must be adjusted to the little one's mouth, safe and comfortable when used.

Baby spoon and fork has its own uniqueness according to the development of your child and is made of various materials that will provide a different eating experience. In this article, we will compare Grabease baby first self-feeding utensils and Bumkins silicone chewtensils.

Both Grabease and Bumkins are perfect to help guide little ones to self-feeding. But, yes, they have some differences that might let parents feel confuse. Let us tell you pros and cons between each product.

Bumkins silicone chewtensils pros:

  • Bumkins Chewtensils help you to introduce babies to self-feeding by giving them utensils that can be chewed on before transitioning to silverware.

  • Bumkins chewtensils made from BPA-free, BPS-free, PVC-free, phthalate-free, cadmium-free and lead-free silicone.

  • Back of the spoon head has sensory bumps to stimulate gums

  • It can be sterilized by putting it into a boil water.

  • Price lower than Grabease

Read more: The best baby spoon fork in 2019

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Bumkins silicone chewtensils cons:

  • The silicon fork doesn’t work. Not even on the softest foods. Made from silicone bring both pros and cons to it. Since baby can chew it, feel free to imagine how soft is Bumkins silicone chewtensils are.

  • The sizes are a little bit too small, smaller than usual baby spoon and fork, it makes baby harder to use.

  • Friend of mine have an issue with Bumkins fork, since it is called chewtensils, means baby can chew it, but my friend’s daughter bit it off and almost swallow the bitten part.

Read more: 3 Rules you must follow when giving first food to your children

Bumkis Silicone Chewtensils packaging

Bumkis Silicone Chewtensils packaging

Grabease first self-feeding utensils packaging

Grabease first self-feeding utensils packaging

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Grabease pros:

  • Grabease is made from plastic, free from harmful materials like BPA, lead, and phthalates.

  • Protect your tot with the baby and toddler fork and spoon set that poses no choking hazards! The cloud acts as a choke protection barrier, preventing the utensils from gagging or harming your little one.

  • Grabease short utensil handle makes they are super easy to hold and maneuver, let baby can easily guiding this utensils into their mouth without dropping the food. Grabease short round handles are perfect for baby’s little hand.

  • Grabease is not too long, not too deep, not too pointy. Just perfect.

  • Dishwasher machine safe.

  • A lot of color selection.

  • Grabease are the first ergonomic safe self feeding utensils recommended by Occupational Therapists.

Grabease cons:

  • Do NOT sterilized it using boiling water!

  • Quite pricey comparing with other baby utensils.

Read more: What does other mom said about Grabease?

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Grabease First self-feeding utensils: Green

Grabease First self-feeding utensils: Green

Bumkins Silicone Chewtensils: Jade

Bumkins Silicone Chewtensils: Jade

Mealtime should be fun not frustrating.