Boon Inc designs and manufactures modern baby products. Parents everywhere love our bathing, feeding, and organizing gear because it's functional, affordable and stylish. Looking for a great baby shower gift? The Boon Grass, Lawn, Frog Pod, or any of our other affordable baby gear and toys always make the perfect gift.
So you know those nifty glass-washing thing-a-ma-bobs they use in bar sinks? Same general idea here. Just place your bottle on the pump and press it down-- water jets and spinning, scrubbing bristles do the rest. It's faster and more effective than standard washing and works with most bottles and sippy cups-- not to mention wine glasses. (Hint, hint.)
Edgeless Nonskid divided plate. Great for food. Great for dips. Great for sanity.
How come kids don't like food that touches? We have no idea but we solved the problem anyway. Platter has four nicely divided sections so food will never co-mingle (the horror!), plus it has a unique edgeless design that helps deter flinging and a rubbery slip-resistant bottom so the platter—and its non-touching contents—stay put.
Cargo divvies up snack food in a clever carrying case so mobile meals are effortlessly organized. And it doesn't matter if your family travels–or eats–at a snail's pace. Throw this in the dishwasher whenever you get home and it's good to go again.
Boon know you have a Flair for good taste. No cracks. No crevices. Therefore, no abyss full of crumbs. This one-piece seat is the sleekest, smoothest thing going and it makes cleanup unbelievably easy. Its dishwasher-safe tray cover actually fits in a dishwasher. And the continuous height positioning with pneumatic lift is just a fancy way of saying you can pick the exact height you want to fit your table.
Sleek, smart, and made to support your growing baby in numerous ways, Naked is a bathtub like no other. You can count on it from newborn to toddler. Recline it, expand it, drain it, collapse it and hang it up to dry.
There are two kinds of babies: dirty and clean (momentarily). To accomplish the latter, Boon offers SOAK. With an adjustable bump and contoured back, thiscompact tub suits reclining newborns through seated toddlers and fits in most double sinks. We know you’re drained, so ours has you covered with a colour-changing temperature gauge.
Kids enjoy chaos. Moms do not. So when it's time to round up the bath toys leave it to this lean, mean gobbling machine. Boon's new and improved FROG POD includes an extra-large scoop so you can store and organize even more stuff. Adhesive strips make it easy to mount on the wall and air holes allow toys to dry, reducing mould and mildew build-up on toys. Ribbit!
Who you calling Lady? Don't let the fun ladybug appearance fool you. Bug Pod is one bad bug. Kids love how it scoops up their bath toys. (That's right, with Bug Pod they don't even know they're cleaning!) Parents appreciate the drainable, stow-in-one-place convenience. The built-in shelf can even hold shampoo and bubble bath bottles. And the whole thing attaches to the tub wall.
And you never thought leaky pipes could be fun. But Boon's version makes bath time a scooping and pouring extravaganza. PIPES come in five shapes that can be used individually or put together to make a chain. They suction to the wall so the water goes back in the tub, not on the floor. Real plumbers, take note.
Need a little bath-time bait? CAST is so much fun they won't want to leave the tub. The working pole features fishing line that reels in and weighted hooks they can use to snag whatever's floating by. It even comes with three floating sea creatures. Please catch and release.
Marco loves to peek at you from just below the water line then take off on deep-sea missions where his water-activated colour-changing light can guide the way. And don't even get him started on his favourite game. Did someone say, "polo?"
Rub-a-dub-dub, let's use our brains in the tub! These 3D puzzles are more than just cute, they're great for problem solving and motor skill development. With a little ingenuity the shapes fit together into five different sea animals. Plus they don't absorb water so there's no chance of icky mold or mildew build-up. Tub time that hones mental acuity. Now that's smarty-pants.
Tupperware in the tub is all well and good until it comes time to pack up that leftover meatloaf. Instead, we recommend Fleet, a set of five stackable boats that satisfy every child's insatiable desire to pour water on everything. They're designed with wide decks for scooping and drain holes for a rain effect (it gets stormy on the high seas). So go full steam ahead...just watch out for soap icebergs.
You know what the best thing is about Boon's foam bath puzzle? It's not how the floating pieces stick to the bathroom walls. It's not how their non-absorbent foam is mold and mildew-resistant. It's not even that they encourage interactive play. It's that while your little ones are solving the puzzle they momentarily stop splashing water everywhere! Bath time brilliance.
Go with the Flo. Slip Flo over your faucet to gently divert the flow of water. This creates a waterfall effect for drama-free rinsing. (Picture a quaint waterfall. Not Niagara Falls or anything like that.) Its soft, protective material guards against injury. And its bubble bath reservoir dispenses a sea of suds with the press of a button.
We love tubs. Drains, not so much. Some have stoppers that don't work (annoying). Others have stoppers that stick up (hazardous). Ray solves both of these problems and is adorable to boot. The soft exterior covers the plug while also forming a suction over the drain so no water can escape. Now that's a sting ray of sunshine.
Not Your Average Rubber Ducky. Kids are all different shapes and sizes, shouldn't rubber ducks come that way too? Meet Slim, Bob, Jane and Squish. We're not trying to encourage a rubber ducky smackdown, but Odd Ducks are PVC-free, unlike those other mucky ducks. And Boon's ducks do not hold water, so they won't grow that black mold that kids always try to suck out.
Create any fish you wish. Surfs up in the bathtub! Fill them up. Pour them out. Watch the water trickle out the tiny holes on their sea creature heads. Mix and match their parts to create new underwater species.