thinkbaby's 9oz baby bottle is free of Bisphenol-A (BPA), PVC, lead, phthalates, and nitrosamines and is made from PES or
. The patented venting system reduces gas, colic and spit up, while the extra soft high grade silicone nipple provides an easier transition from breastfeeding to bottle feeding. Venting systems have also been shown to reduce the chance of middle ear infections. The travel cap minimizes spilling and makes for worry-free transport.
thinkbaby's bottles are dishwasher safe on the top rack and are packaged in recycled materials. There are 2 bottles in this package and each is packaged with a slow flow/stage 1 nipple. Medium and fast flow nipples are also available.
Even though this bottle is made from PES plastic,
thinkbaby does not recommend heating bottles in the microwave. Plastics can develop hot spots that may harm your child.
thinkbaby specializes in safer products for healthier babies.
I just got these and tried them out. My son has a major spit up problem, these were great, he hardly spit up at all even after 3 feedings with these. He ate more slowly and steadily. I was upset to see that my Avent bottles were the highest on the list as far as leaching. We really like these. The only draw back is the caps that cover the nipples are not so tight and easily pop off so in a diaper bag it might become an issue.
So I have been using these for about 2 or 3 weeks now and have to say I still like the bottle but am disappointed with the nipples. After several uses and washing I started noticing the nipples were becoming softer, then about a week ago they started collapsing while my son was feeding, I have to stop every few seconds to let the air out and now my son seems to have issues with latching onto the nipple. I thought maybe it was only the nipple the bottle came with, so I opened the nipples I ordered with the bottle and started using those, sadly after a few days those started collapsing as well. I am pretty upset, these bottles are not cheap and neither are the replacement nipples. I will be calling the company to see what they can do for me.
So I did call the company and they told me the only reason for the nipples to collapse is either the ring is to tight or the baby is sucking to hard. Neither of which is my problem, sometimes my son is frantic for food but other times he sucks slow and steady, very calmly so it is not about his sucking cause it happens in both situations. Their solution? Buy more nipples but the fast flow ones. So I should spend more money? I don't think its about the flow, cause the stage one (slow flow) were great, when they started collapsing I used the stage 2 (med flow) now I should go to a fast flow? I don't think so. I will be looking for other nipples that work with this bottle. I am disappointed in Thinkbaby's customer service and will not be buying more products by them.
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