Feeding Your Baby Just Got Easier

SPOO is a design by Paul Sandip. SPOO is an ergonomical utensil that is an answer to prayer for parents of little ones. The twisted design, which is both comfortable to use for right and left handed parents, allows you to grasp the feeding spoon without having to use any twisting movements of the wrist. The SPOO tip is soft enough for even swollen little gums.

Designer: Paul Sandip

16 Comments

  • TH says:

    “allows you to grasp the feeding spoon without having to use any twisting movements of the wrist.”

    πŸ™‚ Usually the baby twists more than enough to give your wrist a good exercise. it looks cool, though.

  • paul sandip says:

    :)…like ur sense of humour!

  • Jake says:

    I like the twist, but I’ve found it’s much easier to feed my kids with a more rectangular spoon.
    With a wider, rounder scoop on the front, you can only put the food right on the tip. With a thinner, squarer scoop you can put food across the whole end.

  • pearl says:

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    • paul sandip says:

      … 당신이라고 μ‹œλ„ν•˜κ³  μ‹œν—˜ν•˜λŠ” 그것을 μž‘μ—…λŠ₯λ₯ μ„ μ΄ν•΄ν•˜λŠ” μ΄μš©ν•΄λ„λ‘ ν•  것이닀! πŸ™‚

  • idifferent says:

    this is really considerate! the designer must have a kid

  • xXblahXx says:

    hmm… looks very comfortable for both the feeder and the one being feed πŸ˜€

  • James says:

    beautiful, but left and right hand friendly?

  • James says:

    beautiful, but left and right hand friendly?

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