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Dummy reviews


We test 30 dummies in the CHOICE labs including models from Nuk, Tommee Tippee, Nuby and more.

Last updated: 23rd October 2013

Baby dummies can be a godsend, an extra tool in a parent's arsenal of settling tricks and techniques. And most dummies are usually safe, however our tests have uncovered some that aren't.

The main hazards to watch out for with dummies are:

  • choking and suffocation
  • strangulation by cords or ribbons tied to the dummy
  • infection.

Following investigations into unsafe dummies by CHOICE and the ACCC, a mandatory standard came into effect in 2006. It covers design and construction, performance, and information and labelling, and all dummies sold in Australia must comply.

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Criteria

We tested 30 products against 16 criteria - these are the top criteria according to our experts.

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