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    Default What brand GLASS BOTTLES??

    What brand glass bottles do you think is the best and where do you buy them from??

    My DS wouldn't take the nuk teats so we had to go with avent but being plastic they scratch so I'd like to try glass this time around.

    Was looking at babies R us glass bottles.... Born free or something like that? Anyone tried them?

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    I've not tried them but pura stainless steel might be worth a look?

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    have not tried the born free, but I swear by Dr Browns if your gonna bottle feed and they make a glass bottle

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    My son doesn't like the Nuk teats either. But the Pigeon wideneck just fit. We have been using the Nuk Glass bottles ( new, wideneck) with the Pigeon nipples for over 1 year now without any problems.

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    I found the Dr Brown too fiddly with all those parts and not readily available.
    DS didn't like the Nipple either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwergele View Post
    My son doesn't like the Nuk teats either. But the Pigeon wideneck just fit. We have been using the Nuk Glass bottles ( new, wideneck) with the Pigeon nipples for over 1 year now without any problems.
    Where do you buy the Pigeon teats from? Sounds like a great idea!

    Unfortunately my DS hated the DR brown teats as well other wise would have given them a go, they do look hard to clean thou!

    Thanks everyone I'll go out and have a hunt around this weekend and see what we can find

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    Loads of pharmacies stock pigeon , you shouldn't have any trouble finding them

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    Fuzzy bubs usually accept the pigeon teats better then other tears too, that's how we found them. Tried every nipple on the market .

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    I was going to suggest pigeon too. Loads of mums use them and they seem the best for mix feeding too.

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