To be honest. £9 for a set of ducks is ridiculous. They get mouldy because of the hole and are just a waste of time. Yes they're pretty but you can get a better quality set from bnm for a lot less the price and without the little hole in the bottom thus stopping the mould growing inside. Because let's face it, you can squeeze and squeeze the water out but you'll always have some in there going stagnant. No thankyou.
Who doesn't love a rubber duck! My daughter loves then and well so do i the funkier the better. She loves dunking them, bashing them, biting them( well gumming), banging them on the bath the list goes on. The only big draw back is its impossible to get all the water out of them so they end up going mouldy inside. We have come up with a solution to this now we are on set number 3. We glue the holes up but would be good if they had no holes then they wont go mouldy in the first place
Easy to dry, float around, small enough for baby to grab
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My baby loves these!!! She loves watching them bob around the bath and trying to grab them. She has had them from real small and of corse she loves to bite them (teething). They are soft, float around great and are really easy to dry after bath time. Great toys!
My daughter plays with these in the bath every time. They are easy to hold and can be squeezed due to the soft rubber. They also blow out water from underneath them. They are very colourful and have different designs. The only problem is that if left on the side they can get mouldy in places,I don’t know about the inside.
We have these and use them as Bath toys which our little boy loves., they are really easy to grip and good for baby to practice their grasping skills. Cool little set of ducks which are a perfect bath toy. I think they are reasonably priced and they are strong and durable, also good for babies to chew the beak.