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My oldest son was a very fussy eater. He wanted food immediately. We tried Breastflow, Tommee Tippee, and Nuk. He wanted none of them. These were the only bottles he would use. The rings took some getting used to, but they weren't that bad to keep up with. The Avent bottle leaks occasionally, but are really easy to readjust. And the nipples held up well with extended use. I have these bottles in both the 4 oz and the 9 oz size. A friend recommended just buying the bigger size because you're eventually going to need the larger size. But I like the smaller size better because they're easier to hold and fit in my cooler bag.
I started with Dr. Brown's but was so relieved when I switched to Avent! I was cautious because of all the reviews I saw about leaking bottles, but I have to note that I had not a single bit of trouble with this. I never saw so much as a drop come out of anywhere other than the nipple. My number one reason for picking (and loving) these bottles was that they were easy to clean! They were so convenient for me, and that was a huge difference from the cumbersome parts of the Dr. Brown's. Now the baby benefits... Like Dr. Brown's, I didn't have any trouble with getting the baby to accept these during the day while I worked (I nursed whenever I was with him). I also didn't have any colic or digestive issues (although I didn't with Dr. Brown's either...my babies might have just been spared from that in general). I liked the wide nipples as it made it seem more natural (and it was easier to scrub, too). My only problem was that I couldn't pump right into them since I used a Medela pump, but I just pumped into another bottle to store and used Avent to feed. Great bottles and highly recommended.
I love these bottles. I bought them in the 4 ounce and 8 ounce. I only wish they still made the 11 ounce still. My sister had a few of those and that was great when my daughter was close to a year and taking 8 ounces at a time. My only complaint is that you have to be careful to not over tighten the nipple. If you over tighten it will leak. And it's not a slow leak but a steady stream pouring down the baby's face. But if you put the nipple on right and do not overtighten it the bottles work great! I bought them when they had a promotion and they came in pink and blue. I loved those because it was easy to see where the bottle where when they were in the diaper bag or if they were at day care I could find her's really face.
So I had these bottles with my first and they work wonderfully in conjunction with the avent manual pump. I liked the shorter bottles but found that their wider bottle form was harder for the small babies to hold. The various nipple flows were really nice though to have.
These bottles were OK but we preferred Dr. Brown's. We didn't think these helped my son as much with his gas.
I can't say these were my favorite bottles, but they are pretty good. The biggest downside... keeping up with the extra ring, and sometimes, when you get it all put together ans shake formula, it leaks. My husband doesn't seem to notice it is leaking until half of the bottle is on my baby's outfit, hair and back. It could just be him, I seem to catch it before I feed the baby, but still, it can get kind of annoying. I will say that this helped my son with gas issues he had been having, so for that, I am willing to change s few extra outfits.
These bottles were a lifesaver with my colicky refluxer. We tried Dr. Brown, Tommee Tippee, Playtex, Ventaire, Born Free, and every other kind out there to find any relief for my son's gas and reflux and Avent bottles were the only ones that really helped. They are durable, don't leak, easy to clean, nice to look at, and easy for baby to hold once they start holding their own bottles. I recommend these to all my pregnant friends.
I really like these bottles. They're simple, don't need any extra bags, and easy to clean. They were the only bottles my daughter could use when she was 0-4 months because the nipples were slow flow. We also bought the Tommee Tippee bottles and even with the slow flow she would choke on the milk. The only annoyance with these is you have to tighten it just right so they wont leak and you have to remember to put the adapter ring on (learned that the hard way!) other than that, they're great bottles.
We tried several types of bottles before we discovered these and their anti-colic value. They are the best because they let in air instead of allowing the nipple to collapse or making the baby stop drinking because the milk won't come out. Our son loves them and we ended up buying a bunch more.
I love the shape of these bottles and my babies like the nipple shape. They are easy to clean and nice to just toss in the diaper bag
Easy to wash, perfect for grab and go. Fits in my purse or a small bag. Babies loved it. Kept mine for my two girls. Lasted for two years with replacement nipples of course. Better than all the parts of a Dr. Brown's bottle.
Bought these after trying the Medela bottles that came with my pump. Baby likes these bottles very well. Easy transition from breast to bottle. No nipple confusion. Less intake of air. Like the wide shape of the nipple, mimics the breast shape. Also, like the wide opening of the bottle neck. Allows room for frozen cubes of breast milk to be put in bottle with ease.
These bottles are a pain, even if you have the lid on right and the thing that goes under the nipple on they leak or they dont let all the milk go to the nipple so you end up losing a nice little bit of milk. They are decently priced though and are somewhat easy for baby to hold.
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