|Product Dimensions||145 x 272 x 180 cm; 770 Grams|
|Item Model Number||9011112|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Item Weight||770 g|
|Country/Region of origin||China|
nanobebe Starter Set
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- Breastmilk bottles- designed to preserve breastmilk nutrients
- Smart warming bowl – unique geometry of bottle and bowl enables quick and even warming
- Silicone nipples – advanced venting system designed to reduce colic
- Flexy pacifiers – one-piece silicone construction
- Breast pump adaptors – connect to most standard breast pumps, including medela and ameda
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Nanobébé's starter set is the perfect introduction to our range of exclusive nanobébé products. This starter set includes some of our most innovative essentials: Breastmilk Bottles to help preserve breastmilk nutrients during storage and warming, the nanobébé non-electrical Smart Warming Bowl for quick and even warming of breastmilk, as well as nanobébé Flexy pacifiers. The set includes: 1 x smart warming bowl, 4 x 5oz/150ml breastmilk bottles, 4 x slow flow silicone nipples, 4 x travel covers, 4 x storage caps, 2 x breast pump adaptors, 2 x 0-3m flexy pacifiers. Shelf life: 2 years.
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1. They stack in the fridge! I leave 6 - 10 bottles in the fridge for the day and they don't take up a ton of space like normal bottles. They also don't fall over and roll around; they stay right where you put them.
2. They come apart for easy cleaning - no bottle brush or extra cleaning accessories required. I hand washed at first, but now I use the dishwasher. I purchased a separate basket for the nipples and caps - to prevent them from falling to the bottom and melting.
3. Ergonomic for mom and baby. I have a 3 week old and while I'm not looking to have baby hold the bottle yet, he does put his hands around the bottle naturally. For me, I like holding this bottle - it has a rubber grip on the bottom that prevents slipping.
A lot of family and a lactation nurse saw us using this bottle and commented that it looks like a boob - of course it does! It's mimicking the most natural way to feed.
I bought this starter set for myself - and then purchased extra bottles to go with it. I love the warmer, sterilizer and drying rack. I would've had to purchase all of these things separately, but appreciated the convenience of the all in one package.
Some problems we had - the bottom can leak if not pressed on securely; the angle of it makes it impossible to get the last .5oz out; the nipple shape does not mimic the natural breast nipple; the bottom is not clear so it's hard to tell when baby is done; and the ring at the top leaks! Oh and these always leaked when I put them in the bag on the go - they don't stand up in the bag! I think this design could be great with some tweaks. Wait for the next gen of these bottles. I just switched to a different bottle with a specially designed nipple and standard bottle shape - we are much happier.
I'm updating my review cause nanobèbe reached and made my issue a billion times better!
I was thinking about returning my set cause I couldn't pump directly into the bottle cause my flange didn't fit the adapter, nanobèbe was kind enough to send me that fit it! And my son was having a hard time with the flow of the nipples, he always seemed like he was chugging my milk and would get an upset tummy, they sent me premie nipples so the flow matches my flow!
I'm a happy mama and extremely happy with this! Nanobèbe really fixed my issue!
I absolutely love this set so much. But the only down fall is the pump adapter does not fit my pump parts. It the description it says it's compatible but my pump part is to wide. So I'm still having to pump into another bottle and pouring my milk into the nanobebe bottles. Extremely upset but overall these are good. But just really upset that I cannot pump into the bottles.
Reviewed in the United States on 29 June 2018