Introducing the Pop & Go
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so how does this thing work?

We're glad you asked. It took us a long time to get The Pop® perfect, and while we won't bore you with all of our ups & downs, the short answer is this: engineering. Defined, below.

engineered for easy

That's right. The nipple was designed to only have a pullback when it takes a real tumble to the floor or the ground. Otherwise, if it falls on baby's chest or crib, the nipple will stay extended & ready for baby.

more on that ...

You can push the nipple until it locks into place, but don't over push it. Just until it doesn't pop back. Want to do it with one hand? Shimmy the nipple with your thumb while your forefinger & middle finger keep the mouthguard in place.

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New things take time to warm up to. Any of these Q’s going through your head?

Is this the pacifier I saw on Shark Tank? (Spoiler: YES!)

Is a pacifier safe for my baby?

What’s the best way to help my baby take a pacifier or binkie?

How can this hygienic pacifier be cleaner and better for my baby?

This might be the easiest pacifier to clean ever. Anything I’m missing?

How can I get my child to use this hygienic pacifier if they’re accustomed to their old soothie?

These new, modern, colorful pacifiers look so cute, but do they work?

A pacifier you don’t need to clean a million times a day? How does this hygienic binkie really work?

Drop us a line at realperson@doddleandco.com and we’ll respond to every query.