Already have a Z-Vibe? Bundle & save on extra attachments|||Our most popular Z-Vibe® tip attachments in one convenient case! The default Tip Kit includes: 1 Probe Tip, 1 Preefer Tip, 1 Mini Tip, 1 Fine Tip, 2 Spoon Tips (1 Hard & 1 Soft), 1 Bite-n-Chew Tip, 1 Textured Bite-n-Chew Tip XL, 2 Brush Tips (1 Hard & 1 Soft). These are our 10 most popular tips. However, you can customize any of these options using the pull-down menus above to create a personalized oral sensory motor kit catered to your needs.
Each component of this kit is available separately, but you save by buying them in a bundle here. You can also add an optional case for a discounted price.
Please note: this kit does not come with a Z-Vibe® handle by default. But you can add one via the last pull-down menu above. If you add that, with this kit - you'll have a total of 1 vibrating handpiece + 10 tip attachments.
MADE in the USA, medical grade, FDA compliant, no lead, phthalates, PVC, BPA, or latex
Caution: these products are NOT toys. They are therapeutic tools intended to be used by a professional therapist (or by parents trained by their therapist). Contains small parts that may pose a choking hazard: direct adult supervision is required at all times.
LOVE the z-vibe and all these tips that come with it. We've used other brands/types of oral motor vibrating tools and nothing compares to the z-vibe. Helps so much with all ages!
Posted by Anonymous on 25th Jun 2020
I loved that I could customize based on my child’s needs and save money. He LOVES the zvibe
Great little tools
Posted by Amy Caddick on 7th Dec 2019
Ordered these for my son who has autism. Loved how you can choose your tips with all different textures. We love them.
Would buy again
Posted by Mom of CP daughter on 5th Jul 2019
My child has no awareness of the right side of her mouth. Our therapist recommended we get this. My daughter loves the spoon and uses it better then most. She is 2 and will not let me put the Zvibe anywhere near her right side on the inside of her mouth. Maybe when she is older it will work. I would suggest a different turn on method like a button or intensity control.
Posted by Joni Martin on 10th May 2019
Great product and options
Posted by Inés on 22nd Apr 2019
Muy conforme con el producto, y con el envío que fue rapidísimo!
Posted by Anonymous on 12th Apr 2018
We have definitely noticed improvements in our child since we started using the Z-vibe.
Breckin has had his vibe for 6 weeks now.
Posted by Anonymous on 12th Sep 2017
It's his favorite "toy". We cannot say thank you enough! He has in a short time taught himself how to twist, turn, and maneuver the vibe with his left hand. Range of motion in his right arm is not as good, but with this we're seeing improvement!
Reducing oral aversion
Posted by Anonymous on 12th Sep 2017
Braxton just ate TEN ounces of food for 260 calories by mouth!! That is enough to replace a full g-tube feed for him. He won't have his tube taken out tomorrow or anything but he is making significant progress!!! Thank you ARK! His Z-Vibe helped very much in reducing his oral aversion!
Posted by ellen on 23rd May 2016
These tools have been so helpfull and successful with my clients that I probably should buy stock in the company.. excellent tools
Posted by Rosa on 3rd Jun 2015
this is a material very well, than can work many textures and allow me improve the sense in some children with problems of it.
Posted by SLP on 3rd Jun 2015
Excellent carry case with different uses/options for all types of kids. I recommend the Z-vibe book, too - it has lots of reproducable oral motor exercises for parents and therapists.
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ARK chew tools come in 3 color-coded toughness levels:
Soft / Standard - this is the softest and chewiest level
XT / Medium Firm - this is the middle level, which we call XT ("Xtra Tough"); It's firmer, but still fairly chewy
XXT / Super Firm - this is the toughest level, which we call XXT ("Xtra Xtra Tough"); It still has some “chewability” to it, but it’s fairly rigid / pretty firm
Usually we recommend going with the softest/standard level by default. Unless someone chews through or causes damage to anything else they chew on (chews through pencils, chews holes in shirts, etc.), in which case the XT level would be longer lasting.
If someone does chew through things, it’s possible they may need the toughest XXT level eventually. XXT is super firm, though, so we don't always recommend getting it right off the bat (some people find it uncomfortable chewing on something that firm).
So XXT is usually best either for people who have chewed through the XT level already, and/or for anyone who already likes chewing on very hard items - things like legos, hard plastic toys, wooden items, etc.
Heads up: Designs that are wider and "beefier" will feel tougher than designs that are more slender in the same toughness level. For example, the Dino-Bite in XT will feel tougher than the Krypto-Bite in XT.
Probe Tip - This is the most versatile & popular tip attachment. It's bumpy on one side and striated on the other side for different levels of sensory input (the bumpy side provides more input than the striated side).
Mini Tip - This is a smaller version of the Probe Tip, designed for smaller mouths (about 2.5 years and under). This age recommendation is not a hard-and-fast rule though - we've seen younger kids use the Probe Tip and older individuals use the Mini Tip.
Preefer Tip - This tip attachment is rounded with ridges all along the circumference for when a "rolling" action is desired for a different kind of sensory input. Roll it over the lips, across the tongue, and inside the cheeks.
Fine Tip - This tip narrows down to a fine point, which makes it perfect for pinpointing very specific areas in the mouth.
Bite-n-Chew Tip - These tips are rounded and chewable, for practicing biting & chewing skills. The "extra long" versions are about an inch longer and a little skinnier, to make it easier to reach the back molars. The textured version has bumps for extra sensory input.
Bite Tube Tip - These tips are similar to the Bite-n-Chew Tip, but with a hollow center so that you can put puréed foods (applesauce, yogurt, etc.) inside the tip for functional biting & chewing practice. Once you bite down on the tip, you get 'rewarded' with a taste of food.
Spoon Tip - Great for feeding therapy and mealtimes, these attachments turn the Z-Vibe into a vibrating spoon! The smooth, gentle vibration can help "wake up" the mouth and decrease aversions. The textured version has bumps on the bottom of the spoon bowl to help stimulate the tongue and lower lip, and to help encourage the transition from puréed to more solid foods. The hard Spoon Tip is rigid, like a regular spoon. The soft Spoon Tip is flexible (still firm enough to hold food, but flexible enough to be gentle on the teeth if someone bites down on the spoon.
Tongue Tip - This tip can be used as a traditional tongue scraper to help establish good oral care. It can also be used to help establish the concept of tongue lateralization and elevation (hold the Tongue Tip vertically in front of the mouth and ask the individual to put the tip of their tongue inside the hole, then guide the tongue from side to side or up and down). You can also place the Tongue Tip flat on top of the tongue to provide input to a large surface area of the tongue (this tip has the largest "footprint" surface-area-wise).
Popette Tip - This tip attachment is an adaptor that lets you use lollipops with the Z-Vibe. Just twist the Popette Tip into the Z-Vibe handle, then press a lollipop into the Popette Tip. Lollipops are a fun way to get kids interested in sensory oral motor exercises.
Brush Tips - The soft version has gentle bristles for gum massage; the hard version has firmer bristles closer to that of a traditional toothbrush. These can be used to help get orally sensitive individuals more comfortable with oral care, so that they can eventually use regular toothbrushes, be more comfortable going to the dentist, etc.
Pencil - This attachment turns your Z-Vibe into a vibrating pencil! The vibration of the Z-Vibe is very smooth, so it doesn't create squiggly lines. Instead, it can help increase focus by providing more sensory input and awareness to the hand.
Pen - This attachment turns your Z-Vibe into a vibrating pen.
Crayon - And this attachment turns your Z-Vibe into a vibrating crayon.
Brick Tip - This tip attachment has large bumps on one side and small bumps on the other side for lots of varying sensory input while biting & chewing. It comes in 3 toughness levels for mild to moderate to avid chewing.