Fisher-Price Bottle Warming Vacuum Flask
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- Provides an easy solution to feeding when out and about
- The stainless steel vacuum flask is unbreakable and very compact
- Allows you to heat food or bottles wherever you are
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The Fisher Price Bottle Warming Flask provides an easy solution to feeding when out and about. The stainless steel vacuum flask is unbreakable and very compact, the hot water it contains allows you to heat food or bottles wherever you are.
Bottles can simply be heated on the move by pouring boiled water from the sealed flask into the overcap and placing your feeding bottle into the water until the feed is ready.
Making Fresh Feeds - When a fresh feed is required simply pour the water into the feeding bottle and mix with your milk powder.
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Top Customer Reviews
I can see that it is not as ideal for the fatter feed bottles but they do fit. I have one 9 oz wide neck Tommee Tippee bottle which does go in. It stops halfway down and you need to use the full flask of water to heat it up and allow it to float just enough that it does not stick to the sides so you can lift it out. Of course if you have the thinner bottles, I use the Avent bottles, these do sit on the bottom and you don't need to use as much water, leaving some left in the flask to heat up another bottle later.
The water stays VERY hot, is enough for a couple of bottles and the flask has never leaked once.
For anyone who hasn't seen the product, it's a flask with a large blue plastic "beaker" which stores together. There's a button to press to release the water, so no fiddling with unscrewing the top of the flask and less risk of burning yourself like a regular flask.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was first was given one of these to use when I was in m&s, I asked for hot water to heat the bottle. I thought it was such a great idea I bought one. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Liz Aiken
It is the second Bottle that I buy for my kids. It is easy to use and it isn’t too big. Very good quality.Published on 4 Nov. 2013 by Brigitte Abreu
I am a little miffed that when I added this to my basket, after going through to checkout I was told that this item could not be dispatched to my address?? I live in London. Read morePublished on 8 Jun. 2011 by Lisa
This doesn't keep the water at a very hot temperature for more than a couple of hours. Not very practical for night time or whole days out. Read morePublished on 16 Jan. 2011 by Nicola
This is a review after the first time of using this product, I'm hoping that it will get better and not worse. Read morePublished on 10 Dec. 2010 by L. Woodhouse
All I have to say is that this flask does actually keep the water really warm for hours unlike many of the others available out there. Yay! Read morePublished on 12 Oct. 2010 by eggplant
This is such a simple design yet very clever. I bought this for holidays and found it so handy. It saves the need to carry a flask and bowl/jug which can often be bulky. Read morePublished on 7 Aug. 2010 by Clabby