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Swarovski Rhinestone Pacifier

Rhinestone Pacifier: Ga Ga or Gag?

Plain old pacifiers are a thing of the past. Now, you can choose from binkies that glow in the dark or are sports themed.The latest fashion is the Swarovski Rhinestone Pacifier ($45). You can get trendy designs like skulls, peace signs, rubber ducks, and customized initials!

Would you buy one of these suckers for your babe?

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NKBLING NKBLING 7 years
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sweetnshy5282 sweetnshy5282 8 years
when I first saw them I thought..OMG, HOW CUTE! but then I saw the price. binky's get lost all the time...I just don't see the logoc in paying 50 bucks for something that will get left at the grocery store, on the floor in the car, on the ground in the driveway, under the fridge or as the cat's favorite new toy. I just read about the lead they're made w/ and that the rhinestones could fall out. what were these people thinking?!? who would make a baby product not intended for babies? and who would buy them knowing they could cause serious harm to your little one? wow, that's just crazy to me..
goofynewf goofynewf 8 years
Why? I can't tell you how many pacifiers we lost. My boys rarely used these. I think this is a waste.
cbgmick cbgmick 8 years
NO WAY!!! This is incredibly unsafe!!! You shouldn't glue anything onto a pacifier--- not only a potential choke hazard, but the crystals/ jewels/ glue/ lead containing products shouldn't be ANYWHERE!!! near where a baby would potentially put in the mouth. As DarkBeauty noted, these are novelty items but lots of people don't really "read the fine print" and just think.. oh it's a pacifier must be ok. Yikes!!
roxyb roxyb 8 years
Yep, I have to change my vote. Sounds like it's dangerous so no, wouldn't buy it for my future bambinos!
aanyanka aanyanka 8 years
This pacifier is cute but very dangerous. I would never give one to a child.
Jamaella Jamaella 8 years
corture
cafe-au-lait cafe-au-lait 8 years
NO. Cute but dangerous.
KerryG KerryG 8 years
Wow, unattractive AND dangerous. Definitely something I'll be shelling $45 out for! *coughs* My daughter never took to pacifers and I saw no reason to encourage her, but even if she had, there's no way I'd spend that much on something that she'd be certain to lose, even if it weren't dangerous. I don't like rhinestones anyway.
terryt18 terryt18 8 years
That note from the site is hilarious. Never, ever give this pacifier to a child.
BETTYROCKETS BETTYROCKETS 8 years
oh wow i actually read the article after commenting.. ..and hell no.. i wont buy it for $45 !!!
BETTYROCKETS BETTYROCKETS 8 years
i would buy them for my pookie but she dropped the paci when she was 3 months
econinsf econinsf 8 years
I bought some regular pacifiers and put crystals from a craft store on them myself for my niece. I put her initials on them. They were really cute, cost me less than $15 and I made them while watching TV.
Drewsfan Drewsfan 8 years
I'd only buy the munchkin ones that have a coating over the rhinestones so that they can't pop off.
msshellokitty msshellokitty 8 years
I've seen some like that at Target and I think they're cute.There's no way I would pay $45 though.My daughter is always losing her binky.There's no way I would pay that much.
JennyLovesYou JennyLovesYou 8 years
$45 for a binky? My boyfriend's nephew loses his every five minutes! I think these are one of those baby products that are more for the parents' enjoyment than the child...
Novaraen Novaraen 8 years
Seriously not a good idea. Cute....but not practical. Binkys fall out everywhere on every surface and i can just see those little rhinestones(crystals?) popping off all over the place and even in your little ones mouth. These look strictly for show. Love the skull and crossbone design though! Eh...neither of my boys liked pacifiers anyway. :D
krys786 krys786 8 years
Love the rhinestones...hate the skulls. Also, I think these are just suited for baby girls...not boys. Good point about the stones falling off though, BlairBear...I guess these are cute to look at, but unsafe to use!
BlairBear BlairBear 8 years
I also heard that the crystals on these things can fall off and if you did give it to a child, they could be ingested. Dangerous. Definitely not for me or mine!
SummerBaby SummerBaby 8 years
MAYBE AS A GIFT THAT WOULD NEVER BE USED AND PUT AWAY IN A TRUCK OF SPECIAL THINGS OR SOMETHING
JennyJen2 JennyJen2 8 years
I would never spend more then a few dollars on a binky. Kids lose them constantly and 45 bucks for something that I could get for 3 dollars is just insane! Plus now that they have this warning - very scary.
karisaamy karisaamy 8 years
I've seen these for a lot less
darkbeauty darkbeauty 8 years
Although, check out this note on the website... Note: THIS IS A NOVELTY ITEM that contains Swarovski Crystals, which may contain up to 30% lead. Lead is a toxic metal that damages the nervous system and other organs. Children are especially susceptible to the risks of lead exposure. Please handle with care, and do not use for babies or children. Use at your own risk. :(
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
Aww I think they are cute - but that might change once I have my own little ones.
darkbeauty darkbeauty 8 years
I love skulls! For the baby that knows how to rock!
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