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Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature 150ml Twin Pack Bottles

3.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Suitable from birth
  • Unique, easy latch-on teat shape
  • Super-sensitive anti-colic valve
  • Soft natural feel silicone teat
  • Easy hold bottle
  • Slow Flow teat.
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight159 g
Product Dimensions16.2 x 12 x 8.2 cm
Manufacturer reference244211009
Batteries requiredNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB000HPRSLM
Best Sellers Rank 83,546 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight159 g
Date First Available8 Jan. 2006
  
 

Product Description

Product Description

Helping your baby breastfeed for longer.
Designed in conjunction with breastfeeding experts, the revolutionary new Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature teat mimics the natural flex, movement and softness of a mum's breast, to make switching between breast and bottle easier than ever before. The unique shape of the Closer to Nature teat encourages your baby's natural feeding action so that switching between breast and bottle becomes second nature.

The Closer to Nature 150ml bottles have also been designed for smaller expressed breast milk feeds. Their unique shape allows the bottle to be held closer into the body therefore allowing dads to enjoy a closeness with baby during feeding normally reserved for breastfeeding mums.

With it's unique anti-colic valve which you can actually see working, the Closer to Nature bottle is at the heart of an entire breastfeeding support system which also includes a breast pump, sterilisers and accessories specially created to help you combine breast and bottle feeding.


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We bought a selection of Tommee Tippee bottles and milk powder dispensers prior to baby being born, as well as another well known brand.
I found the transition from breast to bottle feeding a doddle with these where as the other brand I had the baby could not take to at all.
Also when out and about the powder being held in the dispenser in the bottle means that I have more room in the travel bag. Really quick and easy, Midwife was very impressed and complied with 1 feed @ 1 time rules.
Only problem is fitting the wide bottles in a steriliser- manage to do 4 at a time at a push. The wide neck teat is designed to be cleaned and placed back in the main ring prior to placing in the steriliser so is ready to go- therefore feedback about teat previously should not be a problem.
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By Maclennane VINE VOICE on 20 April 2008
The bottles are fairly tactile and their shape means that you're unlikely to get the components confused with other bottles in the steriliser. The main issue though is the large teat sitting in a small collar. I daresay this greatly improves the natural feel of the bottle for baby, but for dad trying to put them together at 4 in the morning it is a real bind to place them without getting your fingers all over the teat.
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By sami on 29 Jun. 2011
meant to be good for babies that are breast fed my daughter wouldnt take to it until she turned 1 she was ok with it
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love tommee tippee would use them again
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