Sophie the Giraffe is specifically designed to stimulate all five of a baby's senses. She is slender, flexible and soft, your baby can squeeze and chew her in complete safety. Lovable and amusing, she makes squeakes when squeezed which stimulates hearing and helps your baby to understand the link between cause and effect. Perfect for soothing sore gums when teething.
All made from 100% natural rubber
Non-toxic, food-grade dyes
Made in France since 1961
Teether toy for babies
Easy toy for babies to hold
The original Sophie the Giraffe teether toy
About Sophie La Giraffe
Sophie the giraffe was born on 25th May in year 1961...Saint Sophie's day. She was an immediate success. Sophie quickly became a must have essentials. Designed to stimulate the senses and soothe teething gums, parents recognised right away the benefits of this little giraffe for their child. By simple word of mouth, the little giraffe's fame spread.
Vulli, a company based in Rumilly in the Haute-Savoie region of France has continued to keep the jealously guarded secret of how this wonder toy is made. Sophie the Giraffe is still "traditionally" produced to this day, a process that involves more than 14 manual operations.
Made from 100% natural rubber derived from the sap of the Hevea tree, Sophieâ€™s flexible, renewable, natural materials and non-toxic paint mean she is a safe and natural teething toy for your little one.
Since her creation in 1961 Sophie the Giraffe has wowed over 50 million babies (and parents!) worldwide with her natural beauty and charm, and her retro style has ensured that she has remained fashionable for over 50 years.
We live Sophia, she was a hit with our baby the moment he touched her, I feel it really helps his dexterity and he likes the squeak it makes a must have for a 3 month old plus, saves them chewing there hands all the time.
My son loves Sophie to chew and squeeze
Finally our baby girl born on Last Thursday 8/6/17 her name is Sofia Grace Sutjiadi born at Wellington hospital at 2 pm snd I cant wait for her to play with Sophie La girafee
Introduced Sophie to my 3.5 month bub and the smile on her face says it all. Sophie's legs and neck are easily graspable for a young baby, so she can hold on tight. It's cute watching bub fall asleep with her hand tightly wrapped round Sophie's neck.
I first became aware of Sophie when I was browsing at baby stuff and the price tag got my attention. How could a plastic toy cost so much? Glad Global baby's description explained how Sophie came about. And it's true, the different parts of the giraffe can really entertain baby's mouth for ages. I'm sure baby will enjoy it even more when she's teething.