Heat sense soft weaning spoons

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$5.20 RRP: $7.45

In Stock

Free delivery
on orders over $120

Free Returns

Key Features

Heat sensing technology

Spoon changes colour from red to yellow if food is too hot.

Gentle on gums

Soft tips are gentle on tender gums.

BACSHIELD™ protection

Protects the spoon’s surface from harmful bacteria 24/7

Designed for real life

Dishwasher, microwave and steriliser-safe.


These clever heat sense soft weaning spoons are designed to help you and your little one enjoy those first tastes. The long handles help scoop food from jars and pouches and the super soft tip turns yellow to show you if food is too hot. With hygiene in mind, the spoon’s handle features a raised design that helps keep the spoon tip and food from touching any surfaces. It’s also protected with BACSHIELD™ which reduces bacteria by up to 99.99% 24 hours a day. Plus all our products are free from BPA, BPS, PVC, phthalate and nitrosamine.

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Delivery & Returns

Standard Delivery - 2-7 working days

Free for orders over $120.00 

Otherwise $13.95  

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Returns: You may return new, unused or unworn products within thirty (30) days of delivery to receive a full refund of the cost of the goods. Read More Information On Returns. 




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Heat sense colour changing technology

The tip of these heat sensing spoons turns yellow if baby’s food is too hot, so you can tell at a glance whether you need to allow heated food to cool down before feeding

Long anti-slip handles 

Great for reaching into jars and food storage pots, these easy grip handles also feature a raised section that keeps the spoon bowl and food away from surfaces

Protects against bacteria

BACSHIELD™ protects the spoon’s surface by reducing bacteria by up to 99.99%* *The feeding part of the spoon contains silver phosphate glass antimicrobial technology to preserve the surface and prevent degradation caused by microbial growth.