We need 15 reviewers for the Coddlelife wide neck glass bottles! See below for more details and for reviewer criteria.
Coddlelife wide neck glass bottle 240ml is extremely resistant to high heat and breakage. Lightest glass baby bottle on the market. Its Anti-colic, soft, wide and its stretchy nipple prevents nipple confusions.
Non-toxic, BPA, PVC, Lead & Phthalates free. Microwave, sterilizer, and dishwasher safe. While other bottles on the market may reduce colic, Coddlelife’s award-winning, patented system is the only fully-vented nipple system that vents air and contains the fewest parts to clean and sterilize.
RRP: 26.50 AUD
Reviewers will need to meet the following criteria –
- you have a baby up to 12 months old
- you have to be able to use the product for at least 2 weeks and write a review (at least 100 words long) by MONDAY 15th of December.
- you are a member of our Reviewer Panel (you can join up - info here)
- your Reviewer Panel details are up-to-date with your current address
- write in this thread and tell us why we should select you
- please confirm that the address you have entered into the Reviewer Panel details of your profile are currently correct by writing 'address is correct' in your application. If you do not do this, your application will not be consideredWe'll be selecting 20 reviewers from all the posts made by 10am (Brissie time) on THURSDAY 13th of November.
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10-11-2014 11:31 #1
15 reviewers needed for Coddlelife Glass Bottles!
Last edited by BH-community; 20-11-2014 at 09:52.
10-11-2014 11:41 #2Junior Member
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- Jul 2014
Hi, I'd love to give these a try. I am breastfeeding, but slowly introducing the bottle as I am due to return to work in the New Year. Trialling these bottles would help with my main concern - nipple confusion. I'm looking to continue breast feeding before and after work, but provide my bubba with a bottle while in care.
My little one is nine-months-old.
Address is correct.
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10-11-2014 12:31 #3Member
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- Aug 2013
I'd love to try these bottles out. I have an almost 8month old bottle fed bub. I have tried other brands of glass bottles and they were all so heavy it was crazy. I've always been intrigued to try this style of anti colic bottles as well. My details are all correct
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11-11-2014 11:45 #4
Who else is interested?
11-11-2014 11:47 #5
Hi. I have a 7 month old girl who is breastfed and bottle fed EBM. Would be interested in trying these. My details are correct.
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11-11-2014 11:52 #6
I'd love to try these on my 6 month old (fingers crossed)!
11-11-2014 17:10 #7
I'm keen! I only stopped bfing a few months ago and don't like using plastic bottles especially much - not sure we know how much plastic residue they ingest. I'm interested in the 'strong/ unbreakable' claims because I do sometimes give him his bottle to hold himself and would be reluctant to do so with a fragile bottle.
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Last edited by BettyW; 11-11-2014 at 22:15.
11-11-2014 17:13 #8
11-11-2014 18:35 #9
11-11-2014 21:47 #10Senior Member
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- Mar 2013
Would love to test on my 6 month old, I prefer to glass to plastic for use at home.
Address is correct. 😊
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