Grasping hippo & whale NATUR

Grabber with wooden ring & plush toys with organic cotton – promotes conscious grasping & motoric skills – great companion for babies from birth on

  • Hippo & whale are devoted companions: the organic baby toy is perfect for grasping and cuddling, the integrated rattle creates baby´s curiosity and playing fun
  • Playfully learning: the natural grasping toy trains the touching and hearing sense and baby´s motor skills with its soft rattling and crinkly sounds
  • The motoric toy is extremely versatile and always at baby´s side whether at the infant carrier, pram or crib – the wooden grabber is not only a toy, but also a great sleeping aid
  • The upper materials and filling made of organic cotton invite to cuddle, snuggle and play

Art-Nr.: 056082

Size: 19 cm
Age: 0+ month

UVP*: 15,99 €
* recommended retail price for Germany incl. VAT


Bio cotton Bio cotton
Rattle Rattle
Crinkly Paper Crinkly Paper
30°C 30°C


The grabber hippo & whale from the fehnNATUR collection is simply perfect for little baby hands and arouses baby´s curiosity with the hidden rattle and crinkly paper. The soft toy with upper materials and the filling made of organic cotton offers a lot of fun while shaking, touching and grasping. Thereby baby´s senses and fine motor skills are playfully trained. Little discoverers will certainly love the natural cuddly toys and take them everywhere as great companions - whether at home or on the go, in the infant carrier or in the pram!

  • with rattle, crinkly paper, wooden ring & material mix
  • for babies and toddlers 0+
  • Top material jersey, velvet, terry, woven fabric: organic cotton / Filling: organic cotton
  • ideal as a gift for birth, birthday or baptism
  • tested for safety by independent testing institutes
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