MAM Teether Friends
As a world leading developer of products for tiny mouths for over 35 years, MAM is delighted to introduce the MAM Teether Friends.
The MAM Friends – Lucy, Max, Ellie and Bob – are our bright and bubbly characters designed specifically to address babies’ sensory development by stimulating hand to eye co-ordination and fine motor skills. Capturing their imagination, the MAM Friends are becoming babies’ best friends and companions for every adventure.
Introducing the three MAM Friends
Lucy the red snail is smaller in size, and being very light, is especially designed for the youngest ones. Ellie is the newest member of the MAM Friends and is always up for an adventure. Her shape and different structures support your baby’s sensory development. Max the green frog has a curved shape, which encourages babies to learn how to grip and pick things up, while Bob the purple turtle has a 3D shape and is the most complex one, helping develop fine motor skills.
Different shapes, sizes and structures offer babies a full tactile experience.
Handmade from 100% natural rubber
Lucy, Max, Ellie and Bob started life in the rubber tree forests of Thailand, where the natural rubber ‘milk’ is tapped by hand. This milk is then taken to our factory right in the heart of the forest, where it is carefully crafted by hand into our three Friends. Each one is then polished, painted and packed by hand – making every single MAM Friend unique.
“After years of research and development with medical experts we have created the perfect toy to develop babies’ senses in a playful way. The MAM Friends are fun and friendly little characters who are sure to become baby’s new best friend,” explains Peter Rohrig, founder and chief executive of the company. This has already been approved by over 200 mums.
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