One of our most popular clip options in the shop, made with silicone and a natural beehive wooden bead! The simple styles remain modern and trendy. Each pacifier clip has custom colour options to allow you to personalize your clip exactly the way you love it.
Our clips work great to keep your baby's pacifier/toys safely within reach. Although pacifier clips are not intended to be used as a teether, you'll have comfort in knowing that we make sure our clips are safe for chewing on (we all know baby will be chewing on it). Please read the safety section of our pacifier clip in the disclaimer section of the website.
About the clip:
The clip itself is made of a high quality north american sourced KAM clasp.
About the Beads:
We use the highest quality 100% food grade silicone beads that are non-toxic, tasteless and odorless. The silicone beads are BPA Free, lead Free, PVC Free, Mercury Free, Phthalates Free and Cadmium Free. The Canadian sourced all natural maple wood beads used, do not have any treatment. You can however treat them with your favourite oil choice (olive oil, avocado oil, grape seed oil, etc.), local beeswax, or leave them untreated. Treating wood beads with oil or beeswax will help preserve them longer.
About the String:
The super highquality paracord used in this pacifier clip contains one twisted strand in its core, giving this nylon cord a tensile strength of approximately 100 lbs.
Beehive Pacifier Clip
Contains small parts, choking hazard. Beads are secured by concealed knots, do not chew on or alter the clip in any way. . Pacifier clips are not toys and the end should always be clipped to a child's clothing prior to use, with the clip being positioned away from the face. Canadian safety standards requires that no pacifier clips in Canada are to be used as teething toys. Do not tie around a child's neck and never allow a child to use while sleeping or unsupervised. Please read the safety information on your purchased product prior to using our product. Inspect the product before every use and discard at the first sign of damage.