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Playtex Baby Nurser Bottle with Disposable Drop-Ins Liners, for Breastfed Babies, 8 Ounce Bottles, 3 Count


Price AED 54.85 In Stock

Estimate to be delivered 1 Oct - 4 Oct

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CLOSER TO NATURAL BREASTFEEDING - Designed to be most like mom, the Naturalatch silicone nipple encourages proper latching, promotes healthy feeding and allows you to easily switch between breast and bottle. ANTI-COLIC FEEDING - Soft, disposable liner contracts while baby feeds to mimic breastfeeding. This prevents air from mixing with milk and allows air-free feeding, reducing colic, gas and fussiness. PRE-STERILIZED FOR CLEANLINESS - Pre-sterilized liners guarantee your bottle is clean* and minimize clean-up time. They are also recyclable**. (*Does not include nipple and ring) (**Can be recycled at most grocery and mass retail store recycling bins) FAST BOTTLE WARMING - Drop-Ins Liners are thin for quick and easy warming. DESIGNED FOR ON THE GO MOMS - Nurser bottles are conveniently designed with pre-sterilized disposable liners to make bottle time easy for home or on the go.


Customers Reviews

Amazing for babies with gas issues!

5.0 out of 5.0 by Marissa Booth on April 13, 2017
My little boy (now 2 months old) had some really bad gas and still has acid reflux. I was originally using the Advent bottles but once my Aunt told me about these I immediately switched. These are great at eliminating excess air since the drop ins deflate as the baby drink where regular bottles have to let air back in since they cannot concave on themselves. I have not had a single drop-in leak and I have gone through about 250 of them. The Advent plastic bottles that were anti-colic but I could steadily see where air was coming back in through the nipple and mixing with the remaining milk. I used to have to give my little guy mylicon drops and gripe water without much luck eliminating the problem. Now I don't give anything to him for gas but once in a blue moon. Would highly recommend.
Best of what's around

5.0 out of 5.0 by JG on January 14, 2017
I have a 3 month old with reflux. I've tried 4 different bottles.. Aventi, Dr. Brown, Nuk and these. I found that no one bottle is perfect but these are the best of the four I've tried.First, I found these best at keeping air out of the milk. Dr. Browns was good in that respect too. However, if you're transitioning from nursing to bottle and go back and forth, my wife found Dr. Browns to be difficult on the baby...he wouldn't want to go back and forth. I found the Aventi bottles very poor at managing air.Second, these win in a landslide for cleanup. Throw out the drop in, wash the nipple, you're done. Dr. Browns especially is a pain for cleaning.Finally, the nipple. We loved the Nuk orthodontic nipple shape, and if I could add that to these bottles these would be perfect. But I also found that the Nuk nipples are inconsistent in flow. Some mediums seem faster than others. The playtex nipples are consistent.Finally, I do like that these bottles have an adjustable angle. Very handy.All in all, this bottle works best for us with the Nuk close behind. But these seem to do a better job if keeping air out. I haven't tried the playtex ventaire as these seem to do the job and cleanup is a breeze.
Good but. . .

4.0 out of 5.0 by Electronic Shinobi on December 31, 2017
Pros:-Disposable pouches-Easy to clean (really only need to clean the nipples)-Tip can be angled 45 degrees-The top piece (that covers the nipple) can be taken off and clipped to the bottom. This way you don't lose it, and it protects the bottom of the bottle so the baby doesn't try to grab the bag.Cons:-Leaks from the nipple (there's no caps, or anything like the dr brown bottles have, that prevent spillage when traveling). So if a bottle tips over in your bag, expect for everything to get wet.-Bulky
Locking system stinks!

3.0 out of 5.0 by Annerbelle on July 6, 2018
So, my oldest child is 21 years and my youngest is 7 months. I loved the drop-in system with my other children... but the new locking top is WAY TOO HARD TO OPEN. Ridiculously so... I sometimes think I’m gonna go crazy I get so irritated. The idea is when you align the two arrows the bottle won’t leak. Great idea if you could get it back open without a fight. Wish I could get my hands on the old style bottles. :(Update: my husband just cut off the locking tabs on the bottles for me. Now I’m a happy mama!!!
Great set, order premie nipples separately

5.0 out of 5.0 by ORclimber on February 20, 2018
I bought two. Great set that turned out to be exactly what my little one needed. We went through the VentAire, Avent, and Dr Browns, and we really stuck with using the drop-ins:1. Less to clean2. Minimizes/eliminates gas3. Good bottle sizesEven though we ended up having to separately buy premie nipples to eliminate the gas, these are the bottles that made digesting breastmilk and formula better. Less fussy baby. Still have to burp her, but it's been much better than other bottles. Dr Browns is good as well, but we use these almost all the time. Only downside is probably having to consistently buy drop-in liners. These come with some liners to start with though.
Very unhappy

1.0 out of 5.0 by M Jay on July 19, 2018
I have multiple problems with this item. I purchased this for a vacation we are going on to reduce the amount of time washing bottles for my daughter who is 6 months old. Currently using dr brown bottles size 2 nipples.Negatives-the description makes it seem as if you are getting different types of nipples to try. This is false they are all the same nipple-it goes by describe what flow the nipple is you are getting. I read reviews which said it was a slow flow nipple. Also false, this is medium flow. Which would seem to be okay I guess for a 6 month old (even thought I was under the impression I was getting slow flow), WHEN I TELL YOU THIS IS SO FAST THAT IF YOU TURN THE BOTTLE UPSIDE-DOWN THE MILK POURS OUT OF THE NIPPLE I AM NOT EXAGGERATING. I have literally never seen anything like this. My daughter was pouring milk out of her mouth and coughing. I was so confused as to what was going on, thinking she was just full. Not the case, switched to her normal bottle and all was fine.-the milk left a ring around the actual bottle and some got inside the bottle. The whole point is for the bottle to not get milk on it.On a position note this is a good idea in theory but I’m not sure what is going on with this product and the fact that different people are getting different sized nipples. It makes absolutely no sense.

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