My son, Sam has Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder. One of the things he does to seek sensory input is bite and chew things. This was a big problem for us, until we discovered Cheeky Chompers Neckerchews.
Sam is almost 4 now, and his Neckerchew dribble bibs are getting very snug. I was delighted to hear that Cheeky Chompers were releasing larger bibs, and of course I accepted their offer to review one.
The larger bibs are available in two sizes: “Medium”, which fit larger children and cost £12.99 each. “Large”, which are designed to fit adults and cost £13.99 each.
All Cheeky Chompers Neckerchews are made from 3 layers, and are reversible. This means you get two looks for the price of one.
The Simple Classic Medium Neckerchew we were sent to review has one marl grey side, and one light blue side. It has 2 poppers, so it offers two different neck measurements of 38cm or 42cm, and it has an approximate drop of 25cm from neck to tip.
The bib is made from 100% cotton on one side, 95% cotton on the reverse, and the absorbent core is 100% cotton too. The NeckerChew has a chewy “teether” attached to the end, which is not removable – this means your chewer will always have something close by to chomp on. The bibs are machine washable, but should not be tumble dried. We’ve had 6 of the smaller ones for around 8 months now, and they still look like new – despite sneaking into the dryer once or twice!
Sam loves his new Medium Neckerchew. It washes as well as the smaller ones we’ve used for months do, and it is a total life saver for us as a family. Sam used to bite his younger sister a lot – he hasn’t bit her since he’s been wearing Cheeky Chompers Neckerchews.
The small size Neckerchews are available to buy in John Lewis stores, and all of the Cheeky Chompers products are available to buy from their website. The shipping rates are a bargain, too!
If you have a child who loves to chew or bite, I’d definitely recommend these. It is worth noting the label does say they aren’t suitable for aggressive chewers, though.
This is not a sponsored post. We were sent the medium bib to review, we bought the small ones. All views and words are my own.