The NeilMed Naspira is completely transparent, so you can see exactly what and how much you are sucking out. This can be very helpful, as the color of mucus removed can be an indicator of whether there is an infection or just normal congestion.
The Bloom Baby Care (appx. $10) works readily with itthree different nozzles, so it can provide effective relief for kids of different sizes and ages. In place of a filter is a silicone flap that helps prevent the spread of sickness. Though a good design, it's not always foolproof.
The BabyComfy Nose (about $13) is constructed of a safe, medical-grade plastic that helps prevent colds from causing infections and spreading to others. The included mesh pouch keeps the components together for storage and for cleaning in the dishwasher.
Gently remove nasal secretions with the Baby Nasa Kleen (about $8). Its flexible nose tip provides a comfortable experience for your child, while the base of the hose screws onto the tube to create a good seal, which increases the level of suction to make the process faster.
The BoogieBulb Booger Sucker (appx. $13) has the same basic design as models trusted in hospitals for decades, so you know that it will be safe and effective. Unlike the units found in pediatrics units, though, this one screws apart so you can sanitize it easily for re-use.
The internal chamber of the Munchkin ClearNose (around $15) stores mucus separately, so it won't creep up the hose and into your mouth. It includes three tips of various sizes to provide a custom fit for your baby, while the storage container keeps those tiny pieces from becoming lost.
The BabySmile S-503 (appx. $120) offers hospital-grade quality in a device created for home use. It turns on at the push of a button, does all the sucking for you, and is powerful enough to clear the thickest of mucus, making it great for infants with allergies and colds.
Recommended by doctors, the Nosefrida Snotsucker (appx. $21) has a non-invasive design that effectively removes congestion without damaging delicate skin. You control the level of suction with your own breathing in order to give your child the right amount of relief needed.
The Bubzi Co (around $12) features a supple silicone tip that is pliable enough to fit into small nasal passages, while maintaining enough resistance for efficient extraction. It also has a safety ridge to prevent accidentally inserting it too far.
Comes with storage case
Works best when child is sitting up
Provides instantaneous relief
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1. Nosiboo Pro
The Nosiboo Pro (about $130) sports a cute design that just might help distract your little one while you get to work sucking all that icky stuff out. It was developed in collaboration with ENTs to ensure that it can't possibly harm your baby, even if misused.