Dr Brown's Natural Flow Polypropylene Bottle, 120ml

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This fully vented 120ml bottle features a vacuum-free design which makes feeding similar to breastfeeding. The design of the bottle will help to reduce colic, while the vent system eliminates the negative pressure and air bubbles which also reduce burping and wind. The patented internal vent system minimises the oxidation of breastmilk and formula so that they maintain their vitamin C, A and E levels providing essential nutrients.

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Dr Brown's Natural Flow Polypropylene Bottle, 120ml 4 5 1 1
Good quality, but, overpriced 1. Well researched design: in principle, the design appears to have worked very well for our little one - because she didn't have much device induced 'gassy/burpy' problems. 2. Questionable user friendly / hygiene considerations: I understand the design principles and science behind the design. Practicality? This is the process - I wash the bottle and the components in warm soapy water, put them all in the steriliser and streilise - so far so good. Once sterilised, I have to handle all the components to assemble the bottle, so, even if I've washed my hands, the points is that all the components will have 'handled'. That is only one manual intervention if the bottle is used for a feed straightaway. I guess, all parents would agree that, that will not be the case all the time, and we generally take all the bottles out of the steriliser and store before actually using for a feed. What happens next? When it comes to feed time, the bottles and 'all the componets' are 'handled' again. Does this not beat the purpose of sterilising. We've attempted various steps in which to avoid this handling, but, not practical. 3. Robustness of materials used: Some research/testing & guidance as to how many times these could be sterilised / how many washes / how many months, etc. would be useful . The components are not all interchangeable - some of the components have a snug fit when mixed and matched and others are just plain loose. Imagine getting a steriliser full of bottles and fumbling in the middle of the night trying to find the best fit so that the milk does not leak! 4. Markings: we hope that the manufacturers settle for the printed format rather then the moulded format, because, it is an absolutely nuisance to judge/guess the water level when making a feed. 5. Overall - we like to prouduct and would recommend, but, the above listed 'annoyance factors' are a one too many. I guess, I should send this feedback to the manufacturer. 16 July 2011
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