Utilizing a unique valve to create a one-way flow of air, the aspirator stays in place while the parent applies gentle pulses of suction until the child’s airway clears. The form meets the ergonomic needs of parent and child. The off-center tip makes it easier to position the aspirator close to the child’s face while the over-molded finger recesses provide visual and tactile feedback reinforcing proper grip and intuitive bulb actuation. The shallow ovoid shape fits the hand comfortably and prevents the bulb from sticking or inverting when pressed. All parts disassemble easily for cleaning.
nuun kids design co-founded by Bruna Vila and Núria Motjé, designs and produces multifunctional furniture for children, with a special line for homes with twins or siblings of similar age. Made of wood and white blackboard finishings, the collection is dedicated to children from 6 months up to 10 years of age and is designed to stimulate creativity and play, the main activity of childhood. Additionally, this furniture can be constantly recycled and reused, and occupies the least possible space, to adapt it to each moment's need.
The Food Feeder Plus not only helps children to eat alone, but also means more independence for the parents. Babies can hold by themselves and suck and chew it after you have crushed food made by parents. The Food Feeder Plus features with a larger, flexible silicone sac to satisfy babies’ growing appetite. It is a feeding essential that and allows little ones to explore and enjoy fresh solid food safely. The foods do not need to be pureed. Simply place the food into the silicone sac, shut the snap lock, and babies can enjoy self-feeding with fresh food.
Qi, pronounced ‘Chi’, is a unique and elegant self-heating disposable baby bottle, designed by HJC Design to provide a thoughtful and practical way to feed your baby on the go and on demand. By combining the convenience of ready-made formula with an integrated heating system Qi provides parents with the independence to maintain ritual feeding pattern with minimum hassle. An innovative design hygienically preserves ready-made formula that, with a simple twist of the base, can be safely heated to deliver a warm and satisfying feed when on the go, or in an emergency.
Designed for children and adults, ‘Rocking furniture’ is multi-functional furniture with some ideas for child education. In early childhood, children learn from various actions and games. ‘Rocking furniture’ is designed with an intention to bring some diverse experiences to children with a single piece of furniture. Each of ‘Rocking Furniture’ can be used as a chair, a cradle, a playground bridge, a secret playground for children and a rocking horse. And also, it can be used as a round table when three of them are connected. By using ‘rocking furniture’ with various purposes, children can develop their curiosity, enquiring mind, and spirit of discovery. Not only focused on multi-functional design for children, our team also considered about the convenience of parental users of ‘Rocking furniture’. We tried to design the height of furniture suitable for the adult to sit on and talk with their kid We provide package options of Characters (Horse, Sheep, Dog, Killing Whale, Penguin) so that children can choose their favorites.
Appearance of 3-year old child on soft chair is shown like an submarine for cute showing to heighten the sense of love between the child and parents. Different from existing soft chair, the seat and back support have the design with bio-engineering method to set the correct posture of infants. The weight of 3.5kg or less allows child to freely move around to play. If the outer fabric is contaminated during the use, the zipper is easily opened to wash and replace the slip cover in its design.
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