Reddit Reddit reviews Nuby Ice Gel Teether Keys

We found 6 Reddit comments about Nuby Ice Gel Teether Keys. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Baby Teether Toys
Baby Pacifiers, Teethers & Teething Relief Products
Baby Care
Nuby Ice Gel Teether Keys
Multi-surface teething makes this teether perfect for assisting in the eruption of front, middle and back teethWhen place in the refrigerator Nuby's PurICE technology provides gentle cooling on baby's gumsEasy grip design is ideal for little hands and helps with coordination; Dual surfaced teetherCombines exercise for young hands, gums, and teethAge: 3 months and above; BPA Free
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6 Reddit comments about Nuby Ice Gel Teether Keys:

u/PandoraWraith · 21 pointsr/TalesFromRetail

There is a set of teething keys that have gel in them. On the package it says do not freeze, sanitize (boil), or put them in the dishwasher. There are several Amazon reviews bitching about how they exploded after being put in the freezer.

Edit: Amazon link, sort by 1 star. The stupid is real.

u/es88 · 6 pointsr/beyondthebump

Sophie the giraffe is always a popular choice, but expensive. My LO has liked these keys.

She really seems to prefer chewing on fabric though. Wet washclothes are a favorite.

u/SuzieQ4624 · 1 pointr/Parenting

Give him something cold to chew on, a little Tylenol or orajel for the pain and take a breather.

Like these teething toys u put in the freezer

Or this baby teething gel to numb the pain

u/snowboo · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

These. We leave them in the freezer till we need them.

u/ernieball · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

At that age my son was a fan of the munch mitt.

Lots of people recommend the banana.

Also some kind of frozen teether might help.

We tried frozen washcloths but my son wasn't a fan. I don't remember when we started giving Infant Motrin but... my son got his first tooth at 9 months and it was around then.

In a few months, once baby is eating solids, you might try handing her a frozen waffle. I know it doesn't help for now but put the idea in your back pocket. Now that we're working on molars it's the only thing that reaches the back of my son's mouth. And he loves food so he's more inclined to actually use/eat it.

u/ThePaleMare2 · 1 pointr/NewParents

This post really warmed my heart! I have an almost 6 month old right now, so we are in similar stages.


A lot of people already covered sleeping and eating. Right now our boy is teething too and he loves the Nuby brand teethers. We have a couple that look like keys and one that is like this:

He loves to rub them over his gums (or we did it for him before he got the coordination to do so himself). He really likes it when we put them in the fridge so that they get chilled (but never the freezer since that can cause burns).