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February 29, 2008

AlwaysClean Self-Closing Pacifier: World's most technical pacifier 'closes when baby drops it — before it hits the floor'


Where was this wonderful device when I was little?

If I hadn't sucked on so much schmutz coating the pacifier mom quickly shoved back into my face after I threw it to the floor, I'd have turned out a lot different — no question.

Oh, well, too late for me — but not for your wee one!

Long story short: This nifty soother always falls backward such that it lands on its handle instead of its business end after junior flings it to the ground.

This activates a plastic shield that instantly snaps shut over the nipple, readying it for instant reinsertion sans rinsing and cleaning.

From the website:

    AlwaysClean™ Pacifier

    Self-closing pacifier closes when baby drops it

    BébéSounds® AlwaysClean Pacifier is always clean because the self-closing shield automatically closes when the pacifier is dropped.

    Closing before the pacifier hits the ground protects the nipple and keeps it sanitary for your baby.


    No matter how many times your baby drops or throws this pacifier, the nipple will stay clean!

    Contoured shield is designed to fit your baby’s mouth for maximum comfort.

    Ventilation holes on each side of the shield help to prevent irritation on your baby’s delicate skin.

    AlwaysClean Pacifier has a silicone nipple, which is recommended to reduce the chance of latex allergies.

    For babies 1 day to 6 months old.


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February 29, 2008 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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Anyway, babies love to roll on the floor, then lick their dirty fingers. One of ours like to sit in the garden and eat gravel. We gave up trying to keep them pure - it was a losing battle.

They have the lowest illness rates in their respective classes at school - though whether that's 'cos they're healthy or because I'm too mean to let them stay off school is a moot point.

Posted by: Skipweasel | Mar 1, 2008 5:14:02 PM

I wouldn't consider anything that came out of a baby's mouth "clean."

Posted by: Al Christensen | Feb 29, 2008 4:34:20 PM

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