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The Philips AVENT Classic Feeding Bottle is designed to work with your baby's natural feeding rhythm. The teat helps your baby to control milk as she would do at the breast, making it easy to feed with a bottle only, or combine bottle and breastfeeding. Philips AVENT bottles are clinically proven to reduce painful colic and discomfort after feeding.
The Philips AVENT Classic Newborn Starter set is everything you need to start bottlefeeding a newborn, whether feeding exclusively with bottle or combining breast and bottle. The set includes 2 x 125-ml bottles with newborn-flow teats, 2 x 260ml bottles with slow-flow teats, plus a bottle & teat brush, and a newborn soother.
When baby grows, you can continue to use the same bottles: simply change the teats to medium, fast or variable flow.
Unsettled and irritable behaviour, known as fussing, is by far the most commonly known crying behaviour in babies, but clinical studies show that the Philips AVENT Classic bottle significantly reduces fussing and colic. A randomised clinical trial was carried out to see whether infant feeding bottle design affects infant behaviour. The Philips AVENT bottle was shown to significantly reduce fussing by approximately 28 minutes a day as compared to the comparator bottle. This was especially true during night-time.
Fussing: A clinical study showed that at two weeks of age, babies showed less fussing than babies fed with another leading bottle.
Colic: A clinical study showed that at two weeks of age babies fed with an Philips AVENT bottle showed a trend to less colic than babies fed with a conventional bottle.
Feeding bottles, whether they are angled or straight, need air inside the bottle to replace the milk your baby takes. When your baby drinks, a vacuum is formed in the bottle causing the teat to collapse, restricting milk flow. When unable to receive milk, a frustrated baby's natural reaction is to suck more vigorously, which in turn increases the amount of air swallowed. Most bottles need air to flow in through the hole in the tip of the teat to remove the vacuum, interrupting the flow and rhythm of sucking.
As your baby feeds, the unique skirt on the AVENT teat flexes to allow air into the bottle, preventing any vacuum build-up. This allows your baby to suckle almost as if at the breast. Listen for the gentle whistling sound and watch the air bubbles burst on the surface of the milk. That's your guarantee that the air is being released into the bottle--not into your baby's tummy.
The two-piece anti-colic system on the Philips AVENT Feeding Bottle contains a ring that must be fitted between the teat and the bottle for extra performance.
Philips AVENT feeding bottles are 100% Bisphenol-A (BPA) free.
Philips AVENT products have also been designed to be compatible with one another and are easily interchangeable, aiding the transition from newborn to toddler. Bottles and teats can be screwed on to or used with breast pumps, breast milk storage containers, magic cups, training cups and drinking spouts. AVENT bottles are suitable for sterilising in Philips AVENT sterilisers too, and can be heated in the Philips AVENT Digital Bottle Warmer.
All Philips AVENT products are superior quality and designed with you and your baby's needs in mind. Through extensive research and clinical trials, Philips AVENT products work together effectively to promote baby's wellbeing and give you the flexibility to care for a growing baby.
The naturally shaped teat allows baby to control milk flow as when breastfeeding, making it easy to combine breast and bottle.
Teats on Philips AVENT bottles are interchangeable, and available in newborn, slow, medium, fast and variable flow rates. Once baby moves up to the next teat stage, the old teat can simply be replaced with the new.
Remember that age indications are approximate, as babies develop at different rates. You will know when your baby is ready to move onto a faster flow rate because he or she will try to suck harder to get the milk more quickly. Baby may also show signs of tiredness or frustration during feeding.
Based on December 2010 TNS online satisfaction survey conducted among more than 10 000 female users of childcare brands and products in the USA, the UK, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Russia and China.