Are you tired of chasing toys that have been dropped (or thrown) to the ground? Do you remember a time when you could actually enjoy your meal or conversation without lunging to catch toys in midair? The Grapple is the solution you have been dreaming of! This multi-toy tether suctions to any smooth surface and holds your baby’s favourite toys. The adjustable tethers attach to almost all infant toys and the convenient clip allows you to clip it to your diaper bag so you never leave home without it. The Grapple will save you time and energy while keeping your baby cooing with delight.
How does it work?!
The Grapple™ suctions to any smooth surface and keeps your baby’s favorite toys always within reach and off the floor. It’s innovative, patented design makes it safe, easy to use and easy to clean.
To clean your Grapple™, wash with warm soapy water and air dry. For best performance, wipe the suction cup clean before each use and make sure the surface you are attaching it to is smooth.
As a safety feature, the tethers of the Grapple™ are designed to release from the core when pulled with a light force. To reattach, simply push the open section of the ring back onto the core. The Grapple™ has been evaluated by an independent safety lab and meets the safety standards of the CPSIA and ASTM.
About the Grapple:
"The Grapple™ was invented, as many baby products are, out of sheer necessity…or desperation. After spending many meal times retrieving toys that their 9 month old son dropped on the floor, David and Amy Oh decided there had to be a better way. When they couldn’t find a solution in stores or on the internet, they decided to make their own. It wasn’t pretty but it worked! After being approached by people in restaurants wanting to know where they could buy one, the Ohs realized there was a true need for this product. They formed Boingy LLC and started off on the adventure of creating a product that was fun, easy to use and safe.
Boingy LLC is dedicated to providing parents with simple, safe and fun solutions to everyday problems."