A couple of weeks ago I was contacted by a company that was looking to get their product featured. Baby Diner. Yeah, I know I don’t have a baby, but I do have little ones coming to dine in my home, so I was interested in checking it out.
The idea itself is simple (you’ll probably be kicking yourself for not coming up with it!). A gadget of three suction cups; 2 on the bottom, 1 on the top. The bottom two adhere to the surface top, and the top one adheres to the plate or bowl. That dish is now firmly stuck, it’s not going anywhere and that little monkey who wants to push it all around the table, instead of eat from it, well they’re thwarted. Watch and see.
Well I tried our Baby Diner out and I think it’s a useful product.
One thing you need to note though is the surface you’re adhering it to must be perfectly smooth. It stuck fast and would not budge on our granite topped island, but Baby Diner just didn’t want to stick to either our wood coffee table or our wood dining table no matter what we tried.
Understandably most people would be using Baby Diner on a high chair tray. You might want a back up plan if eating out or are visiting someone else’s home, since some tables don’t have uniformly smooth surfaces (like ours evidently).
Do you need a Baby Diner in your home, or perhaps know someone who does? Well you can get a Baby Diner for just the cost of shipping and handling ($7.99).
“I wrote this post as part of a blog campaign by Plaid Video Marketing on behalf of Baby Diner and received a sample to facilitate my candid review.”