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OXO Tot Feeding Spoon Set
Feeding Spoon Set
Pamela from Il.– Verified Buyer– Top 50 Reviewer
I bought these as part of a shower gift. They looked like they were good quality, and where well received.
Babys first spoon
Kim from Bridgeport, CT– Verified Buyer
Its hard enough to feed a baby just beginning to eat food, but these spoons are definitely made to assist! They are just the right length and are easy on baby's mouth. A great product!!
Great for Babies just Starting to Eat Solids
LaG from Los Angeles, CA– Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer
We love these spoons, I ordered more to give to my friends with babies. These are best for babies 6-9months because the width of the spoon is a bit small. But I like the rubber coating which acts like a spatula to get all of the baby food from a jar. The orange color looks more like a red color.
Valued Customer from Michigan– Verified Buyer
Valued Customer from Utah– Verified Buyer– Top 1000 Reviewer
The OXO Good Grips line has been recognized by several national and international organizations for superior design and today is regarded as one of the icons of Universal Design.
The goal of making products more usable forces OXO's product designers to first identify problems and inefficiencies of existing products (including their own), not only in terms of comfort, but performance as well. This gives them the foundation to meet their commitment of making only products that offer tangible improvements. Each year, OXO introduces more than 50 products. Many of these products take more than two years to develop. In fact, a few of the products never make it to the market because they fail to meet the OXO criteria.
The line has grown to more than 500 innovative products covering many areas of the home. Since founder Sam Farber sold the company and retired from OXO in 1995, the company was purchased in 1999 by World Kitchen, Inc., a housewares company based in Reston, Virginia, and then again in 2004 by Helen of Troy Limited. Today, OXO continues to be focused on creating innovative solutions for problems that users experience in their everyday tasks.