Ah, Boon. Beautiful contemporary design. Continued botched execution. Ok, so that could be the review right there. Here is the long version.
The Boon Squirt spoon is a great concept. A spoon that self fills so you don't have to keep dipping it into the baby food jar. Brilliant!
Except: a) you need two hands to unscrew it or fill it or take the storage cap off the spoon part, b) you can only fill it with very smooth foods (i.e. 1st foods), c) you need to use a spoon to get the baby food into the Squirt, and d) if you're serving cereal you'll need to mix it in a bowl with a spoon then load it in the Squirt. When you have a hungry baby howling for dinner a) and b) are deal breakers. Also, if you do the math, c) and d) just made more dirty dishes for you.
Again, it is always easier to find faults in something versus design it perfectly. I just wish Boon would put these concepts or models in front of a focus group of moms before they bring them to market so they could engineer around these pitfalls. Then what was a great, innovative concept could really be a solid meal changing invention (no pun intended). Instead it is just another baby spoon in the back of the drawer.