Rattle Keys - Chan Pie Gnon
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Chan Pie Gnon comes from the French word champignon, which means mushroom.
This is both a rattle and teething toy!
Combining flexible and rigid plastic, this rattle is ideal for chewing. Lots of activities to discover: 3 heads shaped keys to shake up, bright colors, plastic materials mixed to develop the sense of touch, textured teething parts. Easy to grasp and grip.
To clean, run it under warm water and allow to dry by air or cloth. BPA free.
Specialists in items for babies, Vulli was founded in 1946 in France and over the years has become well-known all over the world in the field of nursery items and toys for babies.
I was very happy to find a plastic teething toy that was not made in China! My baby enjoys chewing on it & shaking them. It is nice, but I do wish it had more textures for baby to explore.
my baby loves this! I got it for her when she was 6 months, she’s 10 months now and still likes playing with it. she likes the colors, the sound it movements it makes when she shakes it, And she likes to chew on it. she likes this more then the plush lamb rattle she has.
Like what I wrote in this title, this rattle key ring set is a great alternative to those that are made in China. I feel completely assured that my son will not injest anything toxic from this toy. However, the one drawback is that I had to remove the green key because the plastic part on the loop has a little bit of sharpness to it. It looks like when it was being made, the manufacturer did not smooth out some areas. Overall, I would rather my son play with this key set, minus the one piece, than those that are made in China.
This is a really nice toy. My son has enjoyed it for a few months now without getting totally bored. It’s bright but not obnoxious, and has lots of different shapes and textures. It’s pretty quiet for a rattle, though. I would have liked it to make a little more noise.
My 4.5 month old loves these mushrooms. He especially likes to chew on the hard plastic ears. I like the fact that they’re BPA free; only reason I don’t give this toy 5 stars is because it’s made out of plastic.
My four-month old daughter likes these “keys.” They aren’t as jangly as some of her other key toys, but she loves to chew on the blue and pink ones, and grasp the ring of the green one.
This doesn’t really seem to entertain my son yet. He’ll only play with it for about a minute and then he’s done. It doesn’t really “rattle” or provide softer surfaces to chew on. Overall it is compact and can be thrown into the diaper bag.
My son loved to play with this when he was younger (about 5-6 months old), but he never really used it as a teether. Cute rattle/toy, but I would not recommend it as a teether.
We bought this toy when our daughter was about 3 months old and it was too complex for her to deal with. But now that she is almost 5 months she really enjoys manipulating the rattle keys to get them in her mouth. It is fun to watch her interact with this toy, we can tell it makes her exercise her brain which is good. The lack of BPA was the primary reason for us choosing this toy over others and we are very happy with it.
Chan Pie Gnon Yellow