We use the TTC2N bottles....have no problems till now, either the bottles are great or my baby is not a windy baby (Alhumdulillah)
When my baby was 5 months i tried avent (because i like the pink colour bottles) they cause bubbles in the milk or maybe i dont know how to use them. And compared to avent, tt is easier to clean.
We have the TTC2N ones, but I really don't like them. They have such a large "lip" inside the bottle that the milk gets stuck on and you have to tip it wayyyyy up into babies face, or tip baby wayyyyy back to get all of the milk to go down.
i haven't tried any others,but im using avent, no problems so far, i do see bubbles build up in them time to time and i can see how annoying it is to wash the extra anti spill rings i guess, but avent do two diff types of bottle, if you sign up to their website before bub is born you can claim a free gift nipple shields or a bottle,i claimed a bottle, so whereas all my bought bottles are the ones with the 'anti spill caps' the bottle i got free was a bottle that was 'extra hardwearing (hard plastic) dim coloured plastic (to avoid breastmilk going funny) and anti spill built in! (no need for the rings!) its a pretty good bottle in all fairness...id expect them to cost a fair bonce though!
Can't vote. use dr browns. The most amazing bottle ever if your LO suffers from colic or wind. I will be using them from the off for the next LO if i have to use bottles.
I used TT to start. Cause awful wind and colic, had problems with the teats getting sucked inside themself. Tried avent, not much better, teats were better though.. MAM were better but leaked alot so put me off.
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