Nuby Wacky Teething Ring

Last updated date: June 24, 2019

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Nuby Wacky Teething Ring

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We looked at the top Teething Rings and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Teething Ring you should buy.

Update as July 24, 2019:
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Overall Take

In our analysis of 92 expert reviews, the Nuby Wacky Teething Ring placed 4th when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

This Nuby wacky teething ring features a variety of raised, offset surfaces that assist in the eruption of teeth by gently massaging your infant's gums. Each of the textures have also been specially designed for the front, middle and back teeth. It's sized for maximum effectiveness and is easy for your baby to hold. The soft, colorful fabric crinkles with your baby's touch.

Expert Reviews

Expert Summarized Score

6 expert reviews

User Summarized Score

27 user reviews

What experts liked

This teething toy includes everything your child will want, and is definitely a great buy for a great price. All three parts are made with perfectly safe, non-toxic materials. The combination of all three parts will make your child interested in it, less likely to throw it, and help develop sensory skills, as well as motor skills.
- Net Parents
Three teething surfaces: this toy has a specific surface for each group of teeth, a soft silicone surface for the front teeth, a larger surface designed for the middle teeth and a firm surface for the back teeth.
- Cheek Tummy
This size of the teething ring makes it very easy for your little one to hold. The colorful and soft fabric on the teether also crinkles when your little one plays with it, stimulating them and helping to develop their motor skills.
- My Babies Planet
The softness and colorfulness will become your baby’s absolute favorite when theytouch it. In addition, there is no bad smell.
- All True Stuff
What I loved about it (and still do love about it!) was that it was a thin circle, so her small baby hands would have no problem grasping and holding onto it. There are three differently textured (and each is a different bright color, too!) areas around the ring for baby to gnaw on, and each different texture will massage the gums to provide relief to a teething baby.
- Parental Guidance Guide
According to the customers’ reviews, this ring is one of the best teething toys for babies. The feedbacks are full of praise for the product’s multiple surfaces that allow every infant to choose the most soothing one to chew on.
- Blanket For Baby

What experts didn't like

The main problem is it’s a bit difficult to clean, since you cannot submerge it, and the fabric is hard to keep clean. It’s also non-freezable, which can be disappointing.
- Net Parents
Some parents complained about a disgusting smell and taste of the green component of the toy.
- Cheek Tummy

An Overview On Teething Rings

On average, a baby gets his or her first tooth around the age of 6 months, although this can happen as early as 3 months. The teething process can be quite uncomfortable for bab, and during that time, you may notice more mouthing of objects, excessive drooling and irritability. Fortunately, there are teething rings you can use to help your precious angel get relief.

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When shopping for teething rings, it is important to make sure the item is BPA, latex and phthalate-free. Your infant is going to be mouthing the rings, and you don’t want him or her ingesting any toxins.

Next, examine the construction of the teething ring to make sure it won’t come apart in your baby’s mouth. For example, the Comotomo Silicone Baby Teether was made using a non-choking design. Parents can feel at ease when giving this teething ring to their child.

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While looking at the design, determine whether the handle is made for tiny fingers and easy to hold. Even if your baby is too young to hold the teether at first, you want him to be able to hold it himself later on.

Check that the teething ring is able to provide relief for your baby. The Nuby Ice Gel Teether Keys features Nuby’s PurICE technology that cools when placed in the refrigerator. The lower temperature gently cools your baby’s sore gums.

Some teething rings offer more than one benefit, like the Baby Banana Infant Training Toothbrush and Teether. This teether can be placed in the refrigerator, like the Nuby, but it also has soft silicone bristles that allow you to introduce teeth brushing to your baby. This gets your baby used to the practice and reinforces good oral hygiene habits at an early age.

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Consider buying items that are complementary to the teething ring. Bright Starts Lots of Links are toy links that can be chewed on, but work best to attach toys and teething rings to car seats, play gyms and bouncy seats.

The Teething Ring Buying Guide

  • Some teethers require parents to sterilize them in a pot of boiling water before the first use. Make sure you fully read the handling and care instructions on the product label.
  • Always check to see if the teething ring can be placed in the dishwasher. Those that can’t must be cleaned by hand, using warm water and mild liquid soap. Rinse thoroughly and then dry the teether with a lint-free cloth.
  • Never place a teething ring in the freezer. Refrigerators get the teethers cold enough to provide relief to your baby without the risk of bruising the gums or getting frostbite.
  • If your baby develops a fever or isn’t getting enough relief from the teether, you may also need to administer an infant pain reliever. Talk to your pediatrician to determine the best pain reliever, the correct dosage amount and the recommended dosing schedule.
  • When choosing a teething ring for an older baby, you want to make sure that the ring’s design reaches the back molars. First molars generally make their appearance somewhere around 13 to 19 months of age. Second molars are expected sometime between 23 and 33 months.
  • Some teething rings come with textured surfaces. These are designed to help emerging teeth break through the gums. They are also great for massaging baby’s gums.
  • As soon as your baby’s first tooth appears, you can begin using a toothbrush. Soft bristles are a must, and it is recommended that you use water with a smidge of fluoride toothpaste that is no bigger than a grain of rice.
  • Fortunately, each of the teething rings comes at an affordable price.