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Our rattles come packaged in a big plastic jar. The capacity is very large, not only can it hold rattles, but can also accommodate other toys. Really useful package.
Thomas
· September 5, 2018
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It's my honor to answer this question, Each baby rattle are packaged by opp bag, all of them in one big bottle. The bottle can also be used to store other things.
iPlay, iLearn
Seller · August 9, 2017
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No, my grand daughter is 9 months now and has been enjoying these since 3 months. They encourage grasping and have areas that are small enough for a babies little hand to hold. They have various features such as squeeking, rattling, jingling. I have been quite pleased with this purchase.
Karen P.
· July 10, 2018
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I would not use alcohol because babies put them in their mouths and the residue alcohol leaves is nasty. I just wash mine with soap and water, rinsing them well. You could do it with vinegar water as well as vinegar kills germs. They are not painted so colors don’t come off. Babies love these.
50Jewels
· July 11, 2019
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I think it depends on the child. I bought this set when my grandson was 3 months old. He is now almost 6 months old and is really just starting to be able to play with things with intent. They were good when he was 3 months old for me to hold and show him, he would even reach towards him. A few of the rattles are a… see more I think it depends on the child. I bought this set when my grandson was 3 months old. He is now almost 6 months old and is really just starting to be able to play with things with intent. They were good when he was 3 months old for me to hold and show him, he would even reach towards him. A few of the rattles are a little heavier and if the child can't control objects yet, they could hurt themself if dropped on their face. My grandson enjoys all these rattles now, a few are easier for him to grasp than others, but it is a really good set that I would recommend to anyone. see less I think it depends on the child. I bought this set when my grandson was 3 months old. He is now almost 6 months old and is really just starting to be able to play with things with intent. They were good when he was 3 months old for me to hold and show him, he would even reach towards him. A few of the rattles are a little heavier and if the child can't control objects yet, they could hurt themself if dropped on their face. My grandson enjoys all these rattles now, a few are easier for him to grasp than others, but it is a really good set that I would recommend to anyone.
Amy
· March 9, 2018
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They each have a tether type part to them. But honestly, everything is a teether for a baby! My son at 4 months loved it!!
Ellen Wheeler
· June 1, 2019
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3" x 5", 4" x 6", varied
Susan D. Casselberry
· April 13, 2018
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Hi, it's my honor to answer this question, these are made in China and sales on Amazon, the quality is very high and durable
iPlay, iLearn
Seller · August 20, 2017
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No, they do not require batteries!
Obie
· November 16, 2017
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They are mostly hard, smooth plastic. The wings of the butterfly, the ends of the candy clicker, and the handles of the mirror rattle are a softer plastic appropriate for baby to teeth on.
Erin Anne
· November 5, 2018