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Nuk Lil'Trainer Tableware Set,Colors/Styles May Vary
Nuk Lil'Trainer Tableware Set is ideal for kids who are learning to self-feed. The plates come with removable rims. After detaching these rims the plates can be used like big kids' plates and are BPA-free. Curved training rim of the plates makes it simple for kids to scoop up food onto their spoons. Spoon and fork feature soft easy-to-grasp handles. The plates have a suction base to keep them fixed in place. Fork tines have been rounded for safety.
Why You'll Love It: This set helps kids eat neatly and transition to big kids' utensils.
|NUK Lil'Trainer Tableware Set - Girl||
|NUK Lil'Trainer Tableware Set - Assorted Colors/Styles||
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Comments about Lil'Trainer Tableware Set:
The Nuk Lil' Trainer Tableware Set seemed like the perfect buy if only it was baby proof. The plate comes with a detachable rim, suction base, spoon and fork. I do like the the rounded tips on the fork, they really do protect my lil ones mouth. This product is ok when it sticks to the table but Victory found a way to detach it being the reason for the 3 out of 5 star rating. I would recommend this product for a child that's old enough to understand that throwing the plate across the room just isn't cool although I think Victory would disagree with me as she seems to have a ball doing so. I've included a pic and video that were taken before she discovered that the plate would be best used as a frisbee.
Comments about Lil'Trainer Tableware Set-Pink:
My 10 month old is strong enough to break the seal, and ends up throwing the plate down.