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    Default Bottle Warmers - any recommendations

    Hello, can you recommend a good bottle warmer (one that you plug in, not for travel or on the go).

    I had the "First Years" one for DD1 and it was hopeless - bottles came out still cold or boiling hot, so hard to get the temp right, so not particularly helpful during night feeds !

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    We had the avent electric bottle warmer and it was completely craptacular. Took like 7 minutes to warm a tiny amount of liquid. So stupid, we just ended up using the microwave (yes, I know, killing nutrients and something something).

    Mind you this was 4 years ago so they might have put out a better one by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WineTime View Post
    We had the avent electric bottle warmer and it was completely craptacular.

    Mind you this was 4 years ago so they might have put out a better one by now.
    Nope, still craptacular .... What a fantastic word to describe it!
    We moved to boiling the kettle and standing the bottle in a short but wide thermos like cup that we already had ... So much easier .... Ours is now in the cupboard with all the other useless baby things. ....

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    Default Bottle Warmers - any recommendations

    I had an electric bottle warmer and it was rubbish! I used a formula tin with hot water to warm bottles. Was heaps better and didn't take as long!!


 

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