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If they're the same size and shape as the original bottles then yes :)
By Miss Stacey Borradaile on 21 June 2016
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I really doubt it. Tommee tippee is cost in there. X
By Sarah Norton on 19 February 2016
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It fits all the dumpy shape bottles.
By Amazon Customer on 25 February 2016
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The avent bottle is a bit taller than the tommee tippee but I think it would fit. Not 100% sure.
All the best

By Lorelei Lamont on 04 September 2014
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Hi there, yes bottles can be added and removed throughout the day as long as they have been thoroughly cleaned before sterilizing. You make up the Milton before you go out and take the clean bottles and teats with you. Each bottle and teat needs 15 minutes immersion before use and must be used immediately. At the end o… see more Hi there, yes bottles can be added and removed throughout the day as long as they have been thoroughly cleaned before sterilizing. You make up the Milton before you go out and take the clean bottles and teats with you. Each bottle and teat needs 15 minutes immersion before use and must be used immediately. At the end of the day wash the whole thing in hot soapy water. Hope that helps! see less
By Lorelei Lamont on 06 July 2014
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If you mean Tommee tipped breast pump- I would say no, they would not fit in. But I have never tried..
By Angie on 18 May 2015
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It fits without the lid( cap) avent bottles little taller.
By jay on 02 February 2016
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Before you use the steriliser, wash all the parts with soapy water including the bottle you are about to sterilise then rinse with clean water.
Fill up steriliser with 80mls water, your bottle should have a dotted line to indicate 80mls. Place your bottle in the basket facing down including the teat and lid. Lock the b… see more
Before you use the steriliser, wash all the parts with soapy water including the bottle you are about to sterilise then rinse with clean water.
Fill up steriliser with 80mls water, your bottle should have a dotted line to indicate 80mls. Place your bottle in the basket facing down including the teat and lid. Lock the basket with the top. Put the lid on and ensure the air vent is closed. Place in microwave for 3 minutes if you have an 800w microwave or for 2mins 30secs if you have a 900w + microwave. Once completed, open the air vent and let it cool down.
There is a cold water way of sterilising using sterilising tablets which you have to leave in for some time. Not sure how as I have always used the hot water method. see less

By Askarun Nessa on 12 January 2015
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You don't need sterilising fluid or tablets. You put tap water in and microwave it. The steam steralises it.
By Kitty1111 on 21 April 2016
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Sorry, haven't tried that combination. Probably worth checking If the bottles & bitd say they're okay for steam/boiling. The basket in the TT steriliser is a tight fit for TT bottle, so worth comparing sizes (namely length) too.
By nrt on 30 April 2016