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Medela Quick Clean Micro-Steam Sterilisation Bags

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  • Ideal for cleaning breastshields, milk collection bottles, teats, pacifiers and many more microwave-safe plastic products
  • Fast and convenient--cleans and disinfects in about 3 minutes
  • Safe cleaning--steam cleaning eliminates 99.9% of the most common bacteria and germs
  • Easy to use--each bag can be used up to 20 times
  • Ideal for use at home or when out and about
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Medela Quick Clean Micro-Steam Sterilisation Bags + Medela Pre-Sterilised Pump & Save Breastmilk Bags + Medela 150 ml Breastmilk Bottles (3-Pack)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Model Number008.0040
Item Weight100 g
Product Dimensions5 x 14.7 x 10.8 cm
Item model number008.0040
Target genderUnisex
Batteries requiredNo
Is portableYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB001KVK4OA
Best Sellers Rank 3,058 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight100 g
Date First Available19 Sept. 2007
  
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Medela Quick Clean Micro-Steam Sterilisation Bags are ideal for cleaning breastshields, milk collection bottles, teats, pacifiers and many more microwave-safe plastic products. Each bag can be used 20 times and will sterilise in around three minutes. Compact and lightweight, they are ideal for either using at home or while on holiday or out and about. Steam cleaning eliminates 99.9% of the most common bacteria and germs. Suitable for use in regular 500-1000W domestic microwave ovens.

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    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By SBno1 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 5 Aug. 2013
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    At the time of writing you can buy an Avent microwave steriliser ( B003P9WSVC ) for 1 penny more, it holds more and can be used many more times than the reported 100 uses of this pack. So that is something to think about when looking to buy a sterilising solution. That being said, I would recommend both Medela bags and Avent steriliser. Let me explain:

    When I started sterilising bottles on baby number 1 I used a microwave dish steriliser. At first I thought it was great being able to sterilise several bottles at once. The problem comes when you open the steriliser, you can't just use 1 bottle and leave the rest in there for any length of time without having to re-sterilise. So it seemed a bit pointless to me at the time to sterilise any more bottles than I intended to use immediately after opening it.

    Baby number 2 came along and I opted for both bags and dish. The bags are great if I want to sterilise a few things but not necessarily use them all at once. The microwave dish is great when I want to sterilise a few bottles and a breast pump at the same time and leave them sealed up until I am ready for them.

    When I went away for a long weekend I also saved a bunch of space by using the bags, another big bonus. Additionally, If I am away for a day I can leave 2 or 3 bags ready sterilised and laid out with instructions for hubby - It is one less thing for him to fret over!

    Both sterilising solutions have their pros and cons in terms of physical size, capacity, price. If you can afford it I would recommend both, use the microwave dish when you can and you won't have to buy as many bags.
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    11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By U. Mann on 13 Dec. 2010
    The easiest way to sterilise when away from home - but I also use these at home because we don't have much counter space for keeping an extra unit around. Easily fits all the parts from a Medela pump in or a few bottles.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tristan Martin VINE VOICE on 14 Sept. 2013
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    We went to Mexico for a few weeks and this product saved us the hassle of a) having to bring our big and bulky steriliser and b) having to buy one over there to use just for a few weeks. As my wife is still mainly breastfeeding, these bags were only needed once a day so we only had to use 2 bags while we were away. Items are sterilised in just 3 minutes and you don't need anything else apart from a microwave, which is widely available everywhere.

    My wife would still prefer to use our electric steriliser at home as you can only fit a couple of bottles in the bag at a time. Also, the bags may not be that convenient if the baby is bottle-fed only, as you will have to use the bag 3 times per day, which means a bag would only last around 6 days.
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    Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
    These sterilisation bags are intended for use on bottles/teats/dummies etc in the microwave so that you have a no-mess, quick, easy way to sterilise things, particularly useful if you're travelling. Most hotels or cafes are more than happy to pop something in a microwave for a parent for a few minutes and these only take 2-3 minutes to use. You just put the items in the bag along with a volume of tapwater roughly the same as the container you are sterilising and then just microwave for 3 minutes - simple! The manufacturer states they can be used "about 20 times" and I've used one of them 22 times thus far with no clear damage or weakness so I'm sure they will last much longer and they're just being careful - this means that one box (RRP of £12.49 as of August 2013) of 5 bags will give you a minimum of 100 sterilisation cycles - that's less than 13p per cycle though obviously you have to account for the power consumption of the microwave too. I guess the weakest area of the bag is the "snap shut" (reinforced zip-lock) seal - if it goes bendy after repeated use it might get hard to seal. I tried drinking water from a plastic container I had sterilised using the bags to see if the bags gave the items a plastic-y taste but they didn't at all - no taste and no smell. Once you've finished, you can just rinse the bags and leave upside down to drain before re-using. Very easy to fold one up and pop it in a bag or pocket when out and about.Read more ›
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    Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
    These are great! Medela products are so well-designed, and this is no exception.

    I had been boiling all of my kit in order to sterilise it. This is a much quicker and easier option, because you don't have to wait for water to boil and then leave everything in for ten minutes - you just open the bag, put the right amount of water in, and then pop it in the microwave.

    Good things? Well, I particularly like the bit on the outside where you can record the number of times you've used each bag - this helped me to remember how many times I'd used them. If you're getting 20 uses per bag, it's relatively economical. I also really liked the fact that I could take one of these bags with me when I went to visit friends and family overnight, and always be confident that I would be able to sterilise my breast milk pump when I needed it.

    Less good things? I think this might actually be the height of my microwave, but I did find that the bag would sometimes tip over and then leak water from the ventilation duct (which is basically just a hole at the top of the bag). I think this is because it was catching on the top of my admittedly small microwave. I did not have this problem when I visited friends with bigger microwaves - so maybe worth mentioning.

    And obviously if you are going to sterilise vast quantities of stuff all at the same time, it might be quicker to boil it - these micro-steam sterilisation bags do hold quite a bit, but remember that they have to fit in a microwave, so they are not enormous.

    But, all in all, I thought these were just a fantastic idea and really well designed and made. I'm delighted with them and would definitely recommend them to others.
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