The Double-Duty Oh Plah Bracelet – Chew on This
Most parents and grandparents know that teething babies love to chew. Anything and everything that catches their attention is fair game and for whatever reason, shiny objects are especially attractive. And besides being vigilant about what goes into babies' mouths, the teething stage is no party for the baby or the parent either. And most of us know that teething babies can feel pretty uncomfortable and become down-right cranky.
I don't know about you, but I've had many pieces of jewelry that were very tempting chew-toys, especially bracelets and earrings. And having your pierced earrings pulled and yanked can be quite painful not to mention unsafe for children.
The creative minds at Roundhouse Design Collaborative have combined an attractive and stylish woman's bracelet with a kid-safe teether. So move over traditional teethers, the Oh Plah! Bracelet is here!
Caryn Paradis and Jen Pitman designed the colorful double-duty bracelet that is bendable and twistable. Besides being good looking, the flexible bracelet is made out of an eco-friendly medical grade thermoplastic - free from PVC, BPAs, paints, lead and latex. Oh Plah!, which means "Here You Go" in French, is available in several fun colors - Simplicity, Serenity, Harmony, Energy and Unity.
And cleaning is simple - just use soap and water. Washing it in the dishwasher is not recommended. Oh Plah!, made in the USA , retails for under $25 and is recommended for children 3 months and older. When you no longer need the bracelet, just send it back to the company - they'll pay for the shipping and recycle it! Now, why didn't I think of that?
Source and Photos: Roundhouse Design Collaborative
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