OYOY Noah the Giraffe Baby Teether, OYOY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
OYOY Noah the Giraffe Baby Teether, OYOY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
OYOY Noah the Giraffe Baby Teether, OYOY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design
OYOY Noah the Giraffe Baby Teether, OYOY, Huset | Modern Scandinavian Design

OYOY Noah the Giraffe Baby Teether

The cutest teether for your baby to use during the teething period. The little giraffe Noah is a good friend when the teeth break out. 

The teether is made of 100% natural rubber which is non-toxic and free from harmful chemicals like Phthalate, PVC, silicone, and BPA. It is safe for baby to chew on. The teether is cast in one piece without holes which prevents filth and mold from acquiring inside.

Natural rubber is biodegradable and a sustainable resource.

For daily cleaning, it is recommended to wash with soapy water. We do not recommend boiling the teether because the surface of the natural rubber has a self-cleaning effect in the sense that the surface is bacteria repellent. Is the teether by accident boiled, you should just put it in a cold place, and it will regain its strength back again.

CE - approved.

Quality: 100% Rubber
Dimensions: H 5.9" x W 3.9"

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OYOY

About The Designer

OYOY

OYOY is a youthful Danish interior design company whose vision is to design functional products focusing on form, function, color and exquisite materials. The name OYOY is inspired by the letters OY, which since 1929 has been written on every Danish airplane regardless of where in the world it may be located. The letters indicate that we are a Danish company.
The company is inspired by the classic, Scandinavian style, adding undertones of simple, Japanese design and a passion for combining color and materials. The result is a unique blend of simplicity and colorful design.

The primary designer of OYOY is Lotte Fynboe, who was educated at TEKO in Herning with a specialty in interior and furniture design. Shape, graphic, color and clean materials inspires Lotte. A lot of the products are redesigns of her own childhood memories, “The simple things should have one color stroke, which should be seen and give the product edge. The things we surround us with should make us happy and give us energy.”