Which bottle & why?

Discussion in 'Formula Feeding' started by KellyC75, Jan 24, 2011.

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Which bottle do you use?

  1. Avent

  2. Tommee Tippee

  3. Medela

  4. Dr Browns

  5. First Years

  6. Born Free

  7. Mam

  8. Nuk

  9. Yoomi

  10. mOmma

  11. Shops own brand

  12. Other (please specify)

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  1. KellyC75

    KellyC75 Mum of 4 <3

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    Hi Ladies :flower:

    Thought it may be interesting & helpfull (for those looking to buy) to know which bottles everyone uses & why :shrug:
     
  2. llsarahll

    llsarahll Mum to Ryan

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    I use the avent anti colic bottles never had a problem
    And neither has lo xx
     
  3. Windmills

    Windmills Well-Known Member

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    I use the MAM Ultivent ones. They're fab, never had an issue with them. I started with TT Anti Voluc bottles, but they were crap. They leaked everywhere and the valve stretched and kept popping off :nope:
     
  4. lozzy21

    lozzy21 Mummy to Niamh

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    I use TT closer to nature. I was going to use madela calma bottles as they are supposed to be best for using when bf but cant be used if you LO has used another teat which she ended up using in special care and they were the next best one.
     
  5. WILSMUM

    WILSMUM Mum of 2

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    i use the same as lozzy - dh used them withhis youngest and said they werer really good so thats what we went with!
     
  6. charlotte-xo

    charlotte-xo Alfie and Darcey's mummy

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    ive tried avent, tt ctn, and can honestly i love my dr browns especially now ive bought the caps i can shake without getting covered in milk lol!!..theyve helped with alfies reflux and i just love em !!

    <3
     
  7. LeighAnne89x

    LeighAnne89x Mummy :) x

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    We use TT aswell, and never had any problems x
     
  8. Vilranda

    Vilranda Me, Hubbs, and Cody!

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    Dr. Brown's cuz I loved them. I really think it helps cut down on the gas!
     
  9. bobloblaw

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    Avent. Purely because H went out to buy bottles and that's what he came back with!

    Never had any problems with them.
     
  10. OmarsMum

    OmarsMum Well-Known Member
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    Dr. Browns. Omar was suffering from reflux & they really helped in reducing his sick. We still use them
     
  11. Nessicle

    Nessicle Well-Known Member

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    TT closer to nature because the newborn starter kit was on offer with the electric steriliser at Asda lol
     
  12. xKARENxBABYx

    xKARENxBABYx Well-Known Member

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    used avent and they were crap for LO.

    tryed asdas on make LO hated them

    tryed boots

    and he loves TT lol so another for TT
     
  13. Tiny

    Tiny Well-Known Member

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    Dr Brown's - they were highly recommend by friends!
     
  14. Seity

    Seity Mom to Gabriel and Samuel

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    NUK - We had the pacifier and he liked it, so we figured we'd get the bottles so he wouldn't get confused boob to pacifier to bottle. Never had a problem.
     
  15. tu123

    tu123 Well-Known Member

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    Nuk until she was 2 mths old-larger teat is too large! Nuks were a life safer and good if combi feeding and for poor suckers.

    changed to TT with no problems. Tried EVERYTHING in the early days and probably have about £200 worth of bottles and teats:dohh:
     
  16. WanaBaba

    WanaBaba Well-Known Member

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    We bought loads of TT CTN and got bought a few avent ones, well we ended up using the avent ones so had to buy a lot more of those lol.
     
  17. b23

    b23 Ollie's mummy

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    We were using TT CTN but Ollie was being very sick with them. We then tried MAM and he is being less sick so we have now stuck with them. The slow teats are suitable from birth and the medium is from 2 months, which we have just changed to over the last few days. The newer MAM bottles also don't require a steriliser which is ideal for people who don't have the funds/space for one as they just go in the microwave with 20ml of water.

    They definitely get a thumbs up from me :thumbup:
     
  18. bumbleberry

    bumbleberry Well-Known Member

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    I use MAM and they're fab, couldnt recommend them highly enough.
    LO does not fuss over the teat
    Really good for less wind - LO has no problems with this now.
    They don't make LO dribble everywhere.
    They also self sterilise in microwave so no need for extra equipment.
    Plus they look pretty!!

    Have spent a fortune on other brands and found these the best.
     
  19. FayDanielle

    FayDanielle Mia's Mummy <3

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    Nuk for me, because of the orthadontic shaped teat!
    Its the only teat Mia will take from.

    At £5 a bottle, theyre steep, but worth it...and pretty!
     

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