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    Happy baby

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    Happy Baby or Aldi. Didn't even know Tommee Tippee did cherry ones, are they latex or silicone?

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    Thanks everyone!! So the general consensus is Happy Baby and Tomme Tippee ..will try both . With the TT.. which type did your LOs like ? Theres Super Soft, Soft Rim, Ventilated and Closure to nature ones...

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    When we went dummy shopping I just started with the cheapest & thought I would work my way up if he didn't like them,
    It couldn't have worked better for us, first go
    Kmarts own brand of cherry shaped dummies, wait for it .......

    Three for $2

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    DS would only take either the Happy baby or Heinz cherry shape silicone ones.

    The Heinz ones also don't look as much like bath plugs as the Happy baby do.

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    We use KMART actually fair better than tommee tippee with th eway DS chomps on them, and at that price if it gets dropped you throw it, not like the nuk ones which you would pick up and sterilize!

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    Happy Baby for us. I agree with the others that cheap is good cause you end up needing lots of them. Buy some with a handle of some kind, much easier to hold onto when you're carrying bubs around & the dummy has just fallen on the floor/etc. It also means you can attach a dummy clip for when you're going out to prevent the dummy falling on the floor.

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    we don't use cherry but do use NUK very good product

    after the recall with Happy Baby I would not use them at all

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    Tommee tippee have also had a recall in the past. If you search most dummy manufacturers I am sure they have all had issues. If they are available now I am certain that they have had all the rigorous testing to be able to be sold.

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    We use happy baby silicone ones (they're the steam & go ones, but that was just a bonus). I bought the Aldi latex ones the other day and she won't use them. The silicone ones last so well though compared to latex - dd is 20m and has used some of them since 5.5m and they're still completely fine. Latex deteriorates quickly.

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