If your baby takes a soother, there is a GENIUS invention you need to know about 11 months ago

If your baby takes a soother, there is a GENIUS invention you need to know about

If your baby or toddler takes a soother, you are no doubt more than a little familiar with that sinking feeling in your stomach when it drops to the ground (and you realise you didn't bring a spare).

Especially when out and about or outside, where you dread to think about what's really lurking on the dirty surface your baby's soother just made contact with.

Sounds familiar?

Meet your new best friend – The Pop.

This genius soother will literally pop back into its own self-protective bubble when it drops – meaning the teeth will have no contact with whatever dirty surface it falls onto.

So how does it work? It is all in the engineering, apparently.

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Before giving it to your baby, press gently until nipple is slightly exposed. No need to pop it any further. The baby's suckling will keep it in place, and the nipple will have a slight pull-back (similar to how mother nature intended).

This way, when your baby drops it or spits it out, the nipple will automatically pop back into place. Like this:

Clever or what?!

The Pop comes in four cute colours, and retails for $9,99.

(Feature image via Doddle & Co)