Rubbabu are extra-sensory toys for babies, children, and special needs.
Learn about animals and play safely with these soft attractive toys. Their tactile flocked surface offers great sensory stimulation. Made from soft foamed natural rubber they are squishy and squeezable. Safe for babies and toddlers, birth and up.
Winner of the Creative Child Preferred Choice Award, 2017
- Squishy and soft, this toy is safe from birth up.
- It has a fuzzy tactile surface that feels great to the touch.
- Open-ended designs promote imaginative play and help develop sensory, motor and social skills.
- Made from natural rubber foam, this toy uses sustainable and eco-friendly materials.
Measures 4" long.
for what age
For ages 3 months+
Rubbabu toys are safe to put in the mouth but they are not teething toys.
Rubbabu toys are made from ingredients that are carefully chosen or developed to be extremely safe for babies, infants and toddlers. The rubber is 100% pure rubber from the Hevea tree. The soft surface is made from very high quality nylon flock from Spain.
Does not contain any lead, phthalates, nitrosamines, nitrosatable substances or other harmful or banned substances. Complies with CPSIA standards (for the United States), EN 71 and REACH standards (Europe), AS/NZS ISO 8124 (Australia).
Wipe with a damp cloth.
product origin: made in india
We use pure natural rubber foam. Some people add fillers, or chemicals to the rubber, but we use the pure rubber from the tree with no additives. Rubber is drawn from trees without affecting their health or longevity, making it as sustainable and green as possible. We use quality-made fine nylon sourced from a respected and trusted manufacturer in Spain. We make our paints ourselves using pigments we import into India from the United States.
In one word, baking. Actually it is quite like a cake. First, the rubber is beaten in a mixer to make it airy and foamy. Then this foamed rubber is poured into molds, and heated till it sets into the shape of the toy!
After being baked and dried, the soft white rubber toy is inspected by the quality team before it's painted with a rubber based non-toxic paint. It then gets put on a ceiling conveyor that takes it around the factory (saving space) until it dries. After another round of inspection, it goes to the flocking room.
The flocking process is tricky, and requires a very skilled technician. In this process, tiny lengths of nylon fibre are glued onto the toy. The way it works is that when thousands of fibres exactly the same length stick out from the toy at right angles to the surface, they create a very smooth surface. Ta da! Tactile heaven created.