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The Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Milk Powder Dispensers fit neatly inside Closer to Nature 260 ml bottles for convenient mixing and feeding any time, wherever you are. The first ever in-bottle Milk Powder Dispensers, these unique containers save space on the go making them perfectly portable, and each keep up to 8 scoops of powder safe and dry, ready to mix and feed any time, wherever you may be. You can measure the powder accurately in advance, giving you piece on mind in knowing that you are making up the correct feed for your baby. These Milk Powder Dispensers are suitable for babies from birth and are guaranteed to be completely BPA-free.
The Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature range was developed because babies are happiest when everything works just the way nature intended – especially when they’re hungry. That’s why the unique Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature baby bottles feature an extra-wide Closer to Nature teat – it mimics the flex and stretch of a natural breast, making it easier than ever before to combine breast and bottle feeding.
Tommee Tippee 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. Loved by parents and children alike, Tommee Tippee receives numerous brand accolades in Great Britain year after year. Their most recent awards in 2012/2013 include the Closer to Nature bottles winning Gold Practical Parenting Awards and Prima Baby’s Platinum Readers Award, as well as the new Perfect Prep machine winning Gold Lovedbyparents awards for Best Innovative Feeding Product and Best New Product to Market.
Very useful although would be helpful if they stacked and weren't so fiddly to clean and assemble (each pot has three pieces). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ms. P. J. Dixon
Couldn't be without these and they take up to 8 scoops which is great.Published 1 month ago by Anne
Great for middle of the night feeds already measured no losing countPublished 1 month ago by Mrs G Stephenson