Safe to hand

to baby

Dishwasher

safe

Non

toxic

Bubba Bag Tool Bag

£22.95 Out of stock

Quantity

Our Bubba Bag Tool Bag has 4 toys in it, made of the same soft, flexible non toxic, washable silicone as Gumigem jewellery:
 
·      A chunky hammer, with lovely soothing nubs and prongs
·      A chunky saw, with lumps and bumps
·      A spanner, ideal for molars
·      A pretend tape measure
 
Each toy can be looped onto a dummy clip or toy tie and has a custom slot for this (except the tape measure), making these great for taking out on the buggy, use in a sling or in the shopping trolley and saves you having to hand over your dirty car keys to keep them entertained!
 
The neoprene bag keeps its shape and sits open leading to fun for the baby to take things in and out of the bag. These toys will stand the test of time and toddlers will love them too as they waddle about pretending to fix the house!
 
All toys carry the CE mark and everything is suitable from 10M+

Delivery

We will ship all orders with Royal Mail from our warehouse in the UK and offer a range of delivery options at checkout, if you order before 12pm we will dispatch your order the same day (Monday to Friday excluding bank holidays).

For further information on delivery and returns please click here

All our silicone items are lead, latex, BPA, PVC and phthalate free, so you can have peace of mind there are no nasties!

Silicone can withstand high and low temperatures and does not promote the growth of bacteria. You can wash all items in a dishwasher, steriliser or hot soapy water. (we recommend you remove the cord on necklaces before washing)

Necklaces - children & babies must only interact with necklace when worn by an adult due to long cord - strangulation risk.  This is not a toy+

Bangles - suitable from birth as an independent teething toy

Silicone toys - Please read packaging and information for age guidance as ages vary on differing items.

Bibs - Suitable from 6 months - Never leave a baby unattended while feeding & remove bib after feeding.

For further information please see our Safety & FAQ's page