Ryan & Rose
PATpat Pacifier - Tan
Named of its function, PATpat is a Pacifier and Teether in one. Perfect for babies 0+, this multifunctional product is one size fits all. Made with 100% medical grade silicone, PATpat is safe, non-toxic, BPA free, PVC free, phthalates free, and latex free. PATpat is US CPSIA compliant and FDA approved. The thoughtfully curated palette of colors will match any baby's wardrobe beautifully. PATpat was designed in the USA, made in China.
The pacifier features a round, soft, durable nipple. These pacifiers are perfect for babies of all ages, 0+. PATpat's one piece design is seamless, from end to end. Its large round shield mimics the comfort of mother's breast to soothe baby. Larger breathing holes provide increased ventilation and the perfect place to attach your favorite Cutie Clip.
PATpat's unlike any other pacifier and/or teether on the market. Designed with a teething baby in mind, the handle ridges provide comfort to baby's gums. Simply pop the nipple in while it's being used as a teether. The outer handle makes it easy for baby to grip and hold with placing in baby's mouth.
Before first use, remove product from package and wash thoroughly with soap & water. Let air dry. Dishwasher safe, top rack only. Silicone is bite resistant, not bite proof. Nipple should be sucked on, as a means to soothe baby, not chewed. While using as a teether, pop nipple in before use. Discard at immediate sign of damage. It’s recommended to replace your PATpat every 4 weeks. Foods high in acid content may stain silicone. Dyes and other liquids may cause discoloration. Wash immediately after contact with foods such as tomato sauce, beets, berries, etc. Do not use without supervision. Do not tie around a child’s neck. Never use while sleeping.
silicone does not harbor bacteria or support the growth of mold.
PLEASE NOTE: The PATpat was created with a dual purpose in mind. The pacifier side was made to soothe an infant/baby. The teether side was developed to aid with teething relief. Like all traditional pacifiers, the pacifier side should be sucked on, not bit. If you see a child biting on that side, simply pop the nipple in and instruct the child to use the teether and shield instead.