NoseFrida Snot Sucker Nasal Aspirator

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  • Doctor-recommended
  • BPA free
  • Easy to clean
  • About this item

    The NoseFrida Snot Sucker Nasal Aspirator, a doctor-recommended, non-invasive nasal aspirator, is the most reliable choice to keep babies mucus-free. The ingeniously simple Swedish design features a tube that is placed against the nostril and not inside for your baby's comfort and safety. You can use this baby nasal aspirator to give your child instant relief from nasal congestion by drawing mucus out of his or her nose. It features disposable filters to prevent any bacterial or mucus transfer. Also, this BPA- and phthalate-free infant nose aspirator is dishwasher safe, making it easy to clean. This device poses no harm to internal nasal structures.

    NoseFrida Snot Sucker Nasal Aspirator:

    • Doctor-recommended
    • Non-invasive baby nasal aspirator
    • Top-rack safe
    • Easy to clean
    • BPA-free and phthalate-free
    • Simple Swedish design
    • Features a tube that is placed against the nostril and not inside
    • Gives your child instant relief from nasal congestion
    • Infant nose aspirator draws mucus out of the nose
    • Disposable filters prevent any bacterial or mucus transfer
    • Dishwasher safe
    • Poses no harm to internal nasal structures
    • Most reliable choice

    Specifications

    Age Start: Birth
    Age End: and up
    Model No.: 5510742
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.45
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 6.75 x 3.0 x 1.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
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    Customer Reviews | 121 reviews | 4.6 out of 5

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    Amazing product
    11/18/2010

    Customer review by ERVS

    5.0 stars by ERVS

    If you haven't had success with bulb syringes, you'll love this product. It came highly recommended, and I must pass those high recommendations on. It really does get a lot out of a baby's nose with little effort. I use a little saline spray first and then use this. The concept does have an ick factor, but actually using it doesn't seem gross at all. I can't say my baby enjoys it, but he doesn't hate it like the bulb syringe.

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    ERVS
    Albuquerque, NM
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Every few days
    NoseFrida Snot Sucker
    7/26/2011

    Customer review by TallTrees

    5.0 stars by TallTrees

    Really gross sounding name, but this "little sucker" works like a charm! I bought this for my daughter and she just loves it! My grandson doesn't even cry when she uses it - unlike when she would use the regular nasal aspirator. But, if the baby's nose has dried "stuff" in it, you need to put in some saline drops first.

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    TallTrees
    Texas
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Age:45 - 54
    Usage:Every day
    Wow---works like a charm!
    12/13/2010

    Customer review by MomToGB

    5.0 stars by MomToGB

    This does what it says it does and when you have a squirming, molar-teething, super snotty, strong toddler (15 mo) to wrestle it made it easier than it's been in a long time! I got this four days ago (thanks free shipping and lightening fast shipping to my door!) and I'm not sure if I've ever gotten this much mucus out of him ever! It all cleans up easily in hot soapy water, and once dry goes back into it's case. If you're worried about scrubbing the inside and the tubing, I used a thin tube scrubbing brush By Dr Brown. Wish I found this when my son was born!

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    MomToGB
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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    I have a 2 year old and wanted to see if this product can be used on older kids? Also, does it come with a carrying case? Thank you. Patti
    by klsdajt 6/10/2011
    • It would work great for a 2 year old, does not come with a case.
      by LucysMamma1/29/2013
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    • yes can use on older children, no, does not come with a carrying case.
      by tamvanzant1/23/2013
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    • It is meant to go against the nostril opening, not in the nostril. It is just right for an infant. But I think that a toddlers nostril opening may be to big for it to work correctly.
      by my2beauties10/13/2012
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    • It does not come with a carrying case but is compact enough to pack in a ziplock bag
      by Sadiemae099/28/2013
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    • I used it on my three-year-old without any problems, as well as my newborn. I store it in the box it comes in. It's fairly small and can easily fit in a purse or diaper bag.
      by BoardrChik064/30/2012
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    • I think that you would be able to use it on your 2 yr old. I am using it on my 2 month old and the "sucker" part is definitely big enough for different size noses.
      by Alexusdakota1/4/2013
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    • I think it depends more on the size of their nose. You want the bottom of the tube to form a "seal" around the outside of their nostril for it to be effective. It does not come with a carrying case.
      by UTMomof43/6/2012
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    • Most definitely is good for a 2 yr old. I thought since my 3 yr old could blow her own nose we didn't need ours anymore and I threw it away....big mistake! I am wishing we had it now as her nose is getting raw from all the wiping during this cold season.
      by budluv12/15/2011
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    • our 4 year old has allergies. works incredibly well.
      by Reviewerguy78/9/2011
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    • Yes you can and it does.
      by SDurhamR1112/6/2012
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    by tam185l 9/19/2011
    • Go directly to their website at http://www.fridababy.com/shop/nosefrida/ and you can order filters there. I use one filter for a few rounds of snot sucking. I don't feel it is necessary to replace filter each and every time you use it.
      by An anonymous customer10/10/2013
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    • Buy buy baby store has additional pack of filters for about $4 don't know about babyrus store might have some too.
      by Sac899/9/2013
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      by DDsViews5/29/2013
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    • Fridababy.com
      by Babydee1002803/18/2013
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    • Order online. You may have to try other online vendors.
      by Mommy2AvaGrace3/17/2013
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    • There are some retailers that sell them on their websites, just google "nosefrida replacement filters"
      by LucysMamma1/29/2013
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    • on internet thru the company, you can order them. Just type in the product and it will take you to a pharm.
      by tamvanzant1/23/2013
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    • You can order them seperately
      by my2beauties10/13/2012
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    • I know amazon has the filters, I'm pretty sure with that, but I'm not sure if walmart.com has it or not.
      by lydia0612/5/2012
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    • There are filter refills that are sold separately.
      by budluv10/1/2012
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    by an anonymous customer 11/22/2010
    • you have to suck it by your mouth.
      by lydia061/4/2012
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    • This one is not electric. You simply place one end at the opening of baby's nostril and suck the mucous out with the other end. Most times the mucous never even reaches the filter. You then flush the mucous out of the device with tap water. It works great!
      by budluv5/5/2012
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    • you put red tip in mouth and suck in air while tip of blue tube is in baby nose. dont shove it in too much. not electric. its all manual.
      by abimommy11/20/2011
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    • It's electric. It has an undetectable vibration that generates the mist. No clue how it does it, it just does.
      by TheLuckyFox11/28/2013
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    • otherwise.. it runs on lung power
      by Reviewerguy78/10/2011
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    • It isn't electric - it's operated by you sucking on a tube that you hold in your mouth (at the other end of the tube, there is an end that goes right up to the baby's nostril). Don't worry though, nothing gets in your mouth! I know it sounds really gross, but it works great!
      by TallTrees7/28/2011
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    • It is not electric. It's very simple to use. It comes assembled. The tube portion is pressed against the baby's nostril and the red mouthpiece is placed between your lips. Then you literally suck the snot out of baby's nose! It sounds gross, but I've used it a number of times now and nothing has ever gotten even halfway up the tube, and has definitely not made it past the filter and into the narrow tubing that connects to the mouthpiece. It works SO MUCH better than a bulb syringe. We love this product!
      by slk6362/15/2011
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    • It is not electric. You suck on one end of the tube while the other end is just inside the baby's nose. There is a filter so nothing reaches your mouth.
      by Felich452/12/2011
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    • sounds disgusting, but you suck the other end of the tube and it sucks the snot right out...you don't come into contact with any of the snot don't worry! there's a long tube in between your mouth and baby's nose.
      by whitknee161/3/2011
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    • This works by the suction produced from your own mouth (no electricity or batteries). It is a long thin tube you place in your mouth attached to a test tube like device that you put on the baby's nostril. You suck on the end of the tube and the snot is collected in the test tube like device (there is a filter to prevent any snot from coming up the tube). Sounds weird and gross, but it isn't and it works extremely well.
      by Contentwithmylife12/23/2010
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