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    Default New Filtered baby water bottle

    Would/will you use this??

    It's a bottle of water with a teat for babies.
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    Because it is SO DIFFICULT to buy an automatic filtration system and fill your own bottles.

    I can't believe that someone would pay $3 for it

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    I saw this in the Woolies cattledog today and just rolled my eyes. Even if it were for when you were out and about, what's wrong with a bit of preparation before you leave?

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    I don't bottle feed but we had one of these in the nappy bag in case of emergency as I still boil DS's drinking water and would always be caught out after he dropped his water all over the floor somewhere, would just fill his cup up with this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hagrid View Post
    I don't bottle feed but we had one of these in the nappy bag in case of emergency as I still boil DS's drinking water and would always be caught out after he dropped his water all over the floor somewhere, would just fill his cup up with this.
    I'll pay that! True!

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    I've always thought they could be handy for unprepared out & about emergencies?


 

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