CMC 'Hold Me' Dummies(2pk) - Vented Teat
The "Hold Me" Range was designed with your babies comfort in mind. Designed by an Australian Mum who has her own babies and used to watch how the comfort of holding the handle would go the extra mile in soothing her baby.
This handle was specifically designed with two nooks in it so those tiny fingers had little spots of their own. We are all about going that extra mile at CMC Gold in making sure your baby is comfortable & Mum is happy.
For those times bub doesn't feel like latching onto the handle, you've got a beautifully unique designed dummy which is Australian Made & Safe.
What is a vented teat?
A vented teat is a teat that will allow the air to flow in and out.
As the baby sucks on the dummy the teat will flatten in their mouths.
Most dummies on the market have a vented teats including: BIBS, Frigg, Avent, Nuk etc.
Should water flow through your teat after steralising your dummy please follow instructions on your box & make sure you squeeze excess water out of your dummies before you give them to bub.
Replace: every 4-6 weeks
Dummies come with a protective cap
CMC Gold dummies are 100% BPA, PVC & Phthalates free and have a 100% natural rubber teat, & have passed testing in accordance with AS 2432:2015 Australian standards.
Size 1 is perfect for newborn to six months.
Size 2 - perfect for 6m+
Size 3- 18.m+
We currently only stock size 1 and 2.
⁃ CMC pacifiers are BPA, PVC & phthalates free.
⁃ Material/size: Natural rubber latex size 1, 2 and 3.
Safety & Care:
Designed and Lab tested to AS 2432:2015 & AS/NZS ISO 8124.3
⁃ Pop in a cup of boiling water for 5 minutes.
Remove from the cup and allow to dry. Don't leave the dummy in the cup for longer than 5 minutes as it can cause the natural rubber teat to thin earlier than it should (this doesn't affect the use of the dummy). Do not boil the dummy on the stove. This will cause burn marks on the plastic (or melt it entirely). Keep out of direct sunlight & refer to inside of packaging for care instructions
If water is inside the teat ensure you squeeze the teat to allow water to escape.
Please note: due to hygienic reasons we aren't able to offer refunds on dummies
As soon as the 4-6 week mark gets closer you'll notice considerable swelling of the dummy, or stickiness of the teat (at the very latest). This is a good indication that it must be replaced. 4-6 replacement timeframe is relative to all pacifiers world wide.
Please note: Colours may vary slightly depending on your screen resolution and device. We do our best to depict exact colours for you but sometimes these may vary from screen to product.