Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions
What is Jet?

Jet is the first-of-its-kind medicine dispenser, baby food feeder and teether all-in-one!

What can you use Jet for?

You can use Jet to feed baby with baby food purees, formula or breast milk or give baby medicine. The plane-shaped teether can be chilled to help soothe baby's sore gums. The teether has raised surfaces to provide sensory stimulation.

What are the benefits of using Jet to feed baby?

You can use Jet to feed your baby formula, breast milk or baby food purees. The measurements on the dispenser make it easy to track how much your baby is actually eating. Jet is designed to make it easy to refill the dispenser during feeding! Feeding your baby with Jet means less mess, too! You can chill the adorable, plane-shaped teether to help soothe baby's sore gums and the raised surfaces on the teether provide sensory stimulation for baby. Make feeding time fun with Jet!

What are the benefits of using Jet to give medicine to baby?

Giving medicine to your baby can be challenging, but Jet makes it easy! The graduated markings on the dispenser allow you to give your baby just the right amount of medicine, and the adorable plane-shaped teether that fits over the dispenser makes giving the medicine fun! The teether can also be chilled to help sooth baby’s sore gums, and has the added benefit of raised surfaces to provide sensory stimulation.

How do I use Jet to feed my baby?

Fill the dispenser with formula, breast milk or baby food puree. The adorable, aiplane-shaped teether can be placed on the dispenser either before or after you fill the dispenser, and should be placed at the front of the barrel of the dispenser. Once the dispenser is filled, dispense the desired amount of formula, breast milk or baby food puree into the baby's mouth. When dispenser is empty, refill the dispenser and repeat. Jet was designed to make it easy to refill the dispenser during feeding without having to take the teether off of the dispenser.

IMPORTANT SAFETY TIPS

Remove the dispenser before you give your baby the teether.

Don't dispense the entire, filled dispenser in baby's mouth at one time.

Don't let your baby chew on the dispenser or run around with the dispenser.