[image description: stock photo on a white background of five different silicone octopus teethers. The teethers are flat with an oversized round head containing an oval-shaped hollow for stringing a cord, and have four visible tentacles–short, stubby and curling upwards–emerging from the bottom of the head. A small face with two round eyes, a raised beak and a circle of dots around one eye sits in the middle of the head. Rows of raised dots cover the tentacles and also form half-circles in spots along the sides and top of the octopus’s head, and a raised four-petaled flower sits above the ringed eye. Teethers are shown in peach, bright pastel turquoise, mint, grey and pastel pink.]
Octopus Silicone Teether - eBay, $3.66 USD.
5 x 80 x 11 mm.
Item has free standard international shipping.
The decoration on these looks absolutely amazing for folks after a textured handheld chewable!
is a “buy at own risk” eBay offering, but the seller has clearly
set-out product and safety information, including a list of the
components not included in the product, and provides screencaps
of safety testing documents (although I am not familiar with the company
referenced). Their prices are a little higher than many eBay sellers,
but I think most of us would pay that little bit extra to feel more
comfortable with a possibly-safer item. They have more detailed safety
listings than many Etsy sellers!
As their free shipping options make them a lot more affordable than many locally-sourced options, this seller might be worth checking out. I’ve ordered a few different pendant beads (for making my own chew pendants) to try them out myself, so I’ll absolutely be reviewing them when they arrive.