Skip to content
Free Shipping for Orders $250+ (excludes bulky)
Free Shipping for Orders $250+ (excludes bulky)
by Caaocho

Rainbow Sensory Ball

Available Soon
$27.95
Available Soon
$27.95

Caaocho believes in surrounding babies with pure natural materials at every step of their lives. Their modern toys are made of 100% pure natural rubber, which are safe, non-toxic and provides sensory fun for little ones to enjoy day after day. They are also BPA, phtalate and PVC free; and finished with food-grade paint. The Rainbow Sensory Ball is so much fun! Its bright rainbow colours provide visual stimulation; and its six different textures are a tactile delight, promoting sensory development. Babies will love the gentle squeaking sound this vibrant ball makes when squeezed and will want to take it everywhere - squeeze it, roll it, throw it, catch it! It's the perfect size for little hands! Packaged in an attractive box, this Caaocho friend makes for the perfect baby shower or new-born gift. 

SPECIFICATIONS
Age Recommendation: 12 Months +
Dimensions: 10cm x 10cm x 10cm 
Country of Design: Canada
Country of Manufacture: China
Primary Material: 100% Pure Natural Rubber
Assembly Required: No
Gift Wrap Available: Yes
Brand SKU: CA7002
Shipping Type: Standard

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
75%
(3)
25%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
G
Gabrielle Griffin
Loved by my ganddaughter.

My granddaughter, who is 11 months old, loves this ball. It has a soft squeak and an interesting texture. It was a good buy.

M
MS
Popular

This was a hit with Mum, Dad and most importantly the 2 year old & 3 month old, favourite Aunt status ✔️

L
Loll
Great baby toy. Excellent gift idea

My little boy had one of these when he was a bubba. He loved it's much and it was always really popular with the other babies at our mother's group meet ups. I have just purchased another one as a gift for a good friend's baby girl. Definitely recommend this product. The product has a winning combination of bright colours, sensory/tactile features and it rolls too!

L
Loll
Bright fun

My eight month old isn't as into it as I'd hoped. We have some time still for him to get into it, especially when his fine motor skills develop. It's a lively and bright object. Safe too.