Bibs Classic Round Pacifier - Rust
When it comes to dummies, BIBS Colour is a real classic.
The dummy with the traditional round shield and the cherry-shaped dummy part has been comforting Danish infants for nearly 50 years.
BIBS Colour is a serie of cherry-shaped natural latex pacifiers especially developed to soothe and comfort the baby while supporting its instinctive need to suckle.
The cherry-shaped (round) pacifier is more similar to the breast than other type of dummy. The nipple is produced from natural latex, a 100% natural material. Natural latex is at the same time durable, velvet soft and exible. The vented collapsible nipple makes it easy for a child to squeeze the air out of the dummy, in which the dummy imitates the breast during suckling.
The shield is made of polypropylene (PP), which is a robust and lightweight plastic material. It is gently outwards curved to prevent skin irritation. It is equipped with air holes and a security handle.
BIBS Colour comes in several varieties:
Size 1: 0-6 months.
Size 2: 6-18 months.
Size 3: 18 months+.
We sell size 2 as this size is suitable for most newborns and can be used until a pacifier is no longer needed.
Dimension: Nipple length: 3 cm/1.18 inches, nipple diameter (tip): 1.5cm/0.59 inches, nipple diameter (base): 1cm/0.39 inches and shield diameter: 4.5cm/1.77 inches.
Material: Nipple material: 100% latex/natural rubber and shield material: polypropylene (PP).
100% free from BPA, PVC and phthalates.
Fulfills the European standard: EN 1400+A1.
Pacifiers should always be kept dry and protected from dirt, eg. in a closet or a pacifier box.
Avoid placing the pacifier in direct sunlight and heat as this may weaken the natural latex. Also so not store the dummies in disinfectant/sterilizing liquid, which can act the pacifier’s durability.
Before each use, the pacifier should be sterilized shortly by pouring boiling water over it.
Before using the pacifier for the first time, put it in boiling water for 5 minutes. Since it has a vented nipple, liquid will enter into the pacifier. When the pacifier has cooled, the water is pressed out of the nipple to ensure hygiene.