SentioCHEWS Blue Dot Drop - durable chewable pendant
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SentioCHEWS Blue Dot Drop

(2 customer reviews)


Blue Dot Drop – Chewable pendant has pliable rubber feel. FDA approved material. Economical 1-part shapes.
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Select your Blue Dot Drop’s breakaway Lanyard style:

SKU: SCDb Categories: , Tag: Product ID: 16625


SentioCHEWS Blue Dot Drop – durable chewable pendant!

  • Chewable pendant has pliable rubber feel.
  • FDA approved material.
  • Economical 1-part shapes.
  • More durable than most silicone chews.
  • Cool 24″ Breakaway Paracord Lanyards. Choose yours.

Parents of aggressive chewers wanted an even more durable chewable pendant. Our SentioCHEWS are more durable than competing products on the market that are made of generic silicone. This new material is FDA compliant, BPA, latex and metal free and we follow ASTM safety standards (toys, cords, teethers). Our chew necklaces are CE marked to EU standards. These Made-in-Canada chewable pendants are assembled in our Nova Scotia warehouse ensuring final product quality..

SentioCHEWS’ 24 inch paracord breakaways are tough and great for most youth but our spare 100% cotton lanyards are still best for the very young or those who have limited mobility.

PRODUCT INFORMATION: Please note that pendants will wear sooner with aggressive chewing. Read FAQs for further information and feel free to contact us with any questions. Do you have a lanyard or fabric chewer? Our undyed cotton lanyards are available too.

Additional information

Weight.03 kg
Dimensions12 × 10 × 1 cm
SentioCHEWS Style:


2 reviews for SentioCHEWS Blue Dot Drop

  1. KJV (verified owner)

    My son used the KidCompanions when he was younger, and has continued to enjoy this SentioCHEW. I am thankful that he has a safe outlet for his chewing. Unfortunately, the part of the Dot Drop that the lanyard goes through is not very sturdy and is vulnerable to chewing, or tugging while chewing on the soccer ball. Within a week or so of using this, my son broke the connection point. My husband drilled a hole near the center of the Dot Drop (ugly but functional) that we use to thread the lanyard now. The same thing happened with the soccer ball model. My son alternates daily between these two designs. Please consider altering the design to provide a more sturdy (thicker) connection point for the lanyard.

  2. taiya porter

    Bought for a friend’s daughter and it became a favorite school accessory.

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