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With Closer to Nature’s award-winning range of BPA-free bottles, switching between breast and bottle feeding is easy. Tommee Tippee has designed the easy-latch-on teat shape with breastfeeding experts to mimic the natural flex, stretch and movement of a mum’s breast. Together with the bottle’s super-sensitive valve, this encourages your baby’s intuitive feeding action for comfortable, relaxed feeding.
With a revolutionary teat, developed with breastfeeding experts and mums to mimic the breast's natural flex, stretch and movement, Closer to Nature bottles makes feeding time easy for mum and baby.
The soft silicone teat feels like skin, and gently elongates and flexes during feeding to mimic natural breastfeeding action.
The compact shape of Closer to Nature bottles allows baby to feed in a natural position and to be closer to mum or dad. The easy-hold bottle can be held in three ways -- cradled comfortably in the hand, gripped in the same way as a traditional wide neck bottle, or held from the base -- making feeding comfortable for everyone.
All the Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature bottles are BPA-free for total reassurance.
The slow-flow teat with a super sensitive valve eliminates excessive air flow, so little ones ingest more milk and less air.
The breast-like larger shaped teat of the Closer to Nature bottle allows baby to latch on easily and further supports the transition between bottle and breast.
Closer to Nature bottles and teats are easy to clean and fill. They are microwave and dishwasher safe, yet light and easy to hold. The easy-hold bottle is marked in millimetres and ounces and has a hygiene seal cap to keep germs out and drips in.
The Closer to Nature feeding bottle range is available in a 150ml/5floz and 260ml/9floz option, along with a decorated option. All bottles are available in a variety of pack sizes and teats come in different flow rates. The entire Closer to Nature range is an interchangeable system. Bottles fit directly with Closer to Nature breast pumps, into the sterilisers and bottle warmers, offering parents everything they need to feed a newborn.
The Closer to Nature teat can be bought in a slow, medium, fast and vari-flow option. You can select the flow rate most suited to your babies needs at every stage.
All Closer to Nature teats are supplied with an age range; this acts as a guide only as every baby is different and will develop at different rates. The flow rate can be located on the actual teat in the form of a number. One is slow, two is medium and three is fast flow.
There are separate teats for the Vented and Advanced Comfort bottle ranges. These teats do not feature the easi-vent valve as they have a unique tube and valve system to provide optimum venting during feeding. The teats are clearly labeled with an “Anti-Colic” mark on the teat and the packaging has a green background to help distinguish the range.
Signs that your baby is ready to progress onto the next teat are when they try to suck harder to get milk more or become frustrated and tired during feeds. It is recommended to change your teats every four to six weeks or at the first sign of any wear and tear.
Tommee Tippee, from UK -based Mayborn Group Limited, is the number-one brand of baby feeding accessories in the UK* and one of the top brands of infant products and accessories in the global market. The brand was awarded consumer Superbrands status in the 2013 survey.
Tommee Tippee innovations provide comfort for babies and peace of mind for parents in 45 countries around the world.
*As of June 2014.
i wanted these as they seemed like the more fashionable option for baby as all the accessories and pretty coloured bottles and reasonably priced however they really make baby gulp... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Rebecca Applewhite
Really please with the fast delivery. I use these for my baby, they are brilliant & I'd highly recommend them to any other mummys & daddys!Published 2 days ago by Jess
Excellent cheap buy on here wud have spent double if I went to a shop insteadPublished 2 days ago by tahira