CelebriDucks puts a unique spin on the classic rubber ducky. You can now rub-a-dub-dub with Stars in your tub!
Rubber duckies are a classic gift for babies and young children. CelebriDucks makes rubber duckies with a unique twist, turning some of your favorite celebrities into a duck.
They have produced CelebriDucks featuring the following sports: NBA, Major League Baseball, NHL, NASCAR, and NCAA Collegiate Mascots. They also have people such as: KISS, Elvis Presley, The Blues Brothers, The Wizard of Oz, Mr. T, Shakespeare, Betty Boop, and many other celebrity ducks.
How is the Good Duck different than other rubber ducks on the market?
Rubber duckies are a popular gift for babies. We all know that whatever a baby can get their hands on, it goes in their mouth. Parents can relax and be rest assured the Good Duck is safe for their child to chew on.
All Good Ducks have the following qualities:
100% made in America!
PVC Free – Phthalate Free – BPA Free
Medical and Food Grade Materials
Safe for babies to teethe on
Soft to the touch
Completely Sealed to keep out water
Comes in a bright colorful gift box
Here are some of the things I love about the Good Duck.
I love that they are soft to the touch and safe for babies to teeth on. I remember my daughter use to put everything in her mouth. The fact that these rubber duckies are soft would feel better in their little hands too.
When your child outgrows the duck you don’t have to throw it away. It’s 100% recyclable. This helps out the environment because it won’t stay in a landfill forever.
We all know that water can get trapped in other rubber duckies from the small hole in the bottom of them. The Good Duck is completely sealed with no hole in the bottom. This prevents mold which is not only gross, it can cause you to get sick.
If you have a new baby in the family and looking for a great Easter present you can’t go wrong with the Good Duck from CelebriDucks.
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