Rabbit Ray, learn about health through play

Our customers are in 10 countries

John Hopkins Medicine - John Hopkins All Children Hospital Logo

Top 10 United States Children’s Hospital in 2016-2017

Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children - NHS Trust Pediatrics - Logo

Britain’s leading Children’s Hospital

Evelina London Children's Healthcare Logo

Children’s hospital in London since 1869

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Learn from World Health Organisation's materials

– Phlebotomy –
Neonatal Blood Sampling: Drip Technique
Blood Glucose Monitoring demostration for Diabetes’ management

– Intravenous Plug Setting –
Demonstrate scalp-vein “butterfly” needle technique
Allows hand movements in blood draws and infusions

– Vaccination –
Subcutaneous and Intradermal
Injection demonstration

– Intravenous –
Saline IV demonstration
Chemotherapy Drug demonstration for Paediatric Oncology

“We now have 8 Rabbit Rays at our hospital and the children love them.
This has been a fantastic tool for patients to role-play their cannular and blood taking experiences. I love that it can be cleaned easily between patients.
Looking forward to seeing your future products!”

- Victoria Hoque,

Senior Play Specialist, CCLS
Department of Paediatric Nephrology,
Evelina London Children's Healthcare, UK

Medical Accuracy

Designed based on
World Health Organisation‘s publications.

Fact-checked by 4 healthcare professionals for medical accuracy.

Accepted in 5 international healthcare conferences.

"Rabbit Ray is a helpful resource for medical play!"

Patricia Kirkland, MS, CCLS
Manager, Family Support Service
Wolfson's Children Hospital, USA

Technical Details

Latex Free
Magnets Free
Non Porous
Non Autoclavable

Kids Safe
Age 4 and up
CE EN71

Size : 200 x 111.14 x 72mm
(200mm is 2/3 of an A4 paper height)

Designed and
Made in Singapore.

What you will get in each set

Rabbit Ray Instrument Kit + 2 Stories in 1 Book

"Rabbit Ray will replace children’s fear with understanding.

The access to healthcare is important; coupled with education and positive experience, it will encourage children’s receptiveness to treatment.

When children are involved in their care, it creates better outcomes,"

- Esther Wang, Founder of Joytingle

Since starting in 2012, Joytingle has worked with reputable JCI-accredited hospitals.

Joytingle is a registered business in Singapore and is supported by National University of Singapore Social Venture [email protected]