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Dino Bite Chew Necklace (Red, Standard)
Dino-Bite Chewable Jewelry Necklace is the coolest new chewelry on the block!
DescriptionDino-Bite™ Chewable Jewelry Necklace is the coolest new chewelry on the block! This "roarsome" T-Rex design is sure to be a hit with dinosaur fans of any age. Measuring in at approximately 3.8cm x 6.3cm and just under 1.2cm thick this is a pretty 'beefy' chew pendant with a lot of 'meat' on its bones. It's a great option for those who prefer chewing with their pre-molars and/or front teeth (for more slender options that reach the back molars, click here). Use this oral sensory solution as a safe alternative to chewing on pencils, shirts, fingers, etc. and to help calm, focus, and self-regulate. Like all other ARK chewelry, it's made in South Carolina, USA and comes in 3 color-coded toughness levels:Magenta, Red, or Light Grey = Soft (this is the chewiest level), recommended for mild chewing
Lime Green, Teal, or Dark Grey = XT (firmer, but still chewy), for mild to moderate chewing
Blue, Lavender, or Forest Green = XXT (very firm), recommended for avid chewing and/or for those who like to chew on firm / fairly rigid items
Each pendant is sold individually with its own breakaway necklace cord. Or, you can also buy more than one pendant and create your own custom statement chew necklace (like the first picture, for example). Color hues may vary slightly.
[Made in the USA] Designed, manufactured, and assembled in the USA by ARK Therapeutic, these pendants are constructed out of medical grade, FDA compliant materials that contain NO lead, phthalates, PVC, BPA, or latex.
[Caution] Caution: This product is not a toy. The clasp and cord are not intended for chewing. Contains small parts that may pose a choking hazard. Not recommended for children under 5 years. Although these chew tools are made out of sturdy, medical grade materials, they are not indestructible. Some individuals (particularly those with heavy oral needs and aggressive biting/chewing) may be able to damage the tools. How long they last may depend on the oral sensory needs of the child as well as other variables (anxiety, stress, etc.). Please supervise at all times and replace if necessary when the item shows signs of wear and tear.