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Are these Tommee Tippee bottles any good?

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Saw these on Asda website. Are they any good? Cheers :o) Read More
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
Saw these on Asda website.

Are they any good?

Cheers :o)
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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#2
My little ones have always used avent. Ive tried all the different makes but always go back to the avent again
#3
pinkkitty2007
My little ones have always used avent. Ive tried all the different makes but always go back to the avent again


I used avent with my first too. Found them brilliant.

I have just got the Tommee Tippee microwave steriliser from boots for £10.99 with a couple of bottles so am wandering whether to buy more Tommee Tippee as all their bottles are apperently BPA free or go for Avent BPA free.

Price doesn't really bother me. As long as they don't leak like some I had from Mothercare!
#4
I've only used Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature bottles so can't compare them to others but think they are great and that deal seems like good value for money.
#5
LJC79
I've only used Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature bottles so can't compare them to others but think they are great and that deal seems like good value for money.


I read some reviews about the markings not being clear. Is that right?
#6
Used them when I stopped breastfeeding after a few months but gave my son terrible colic and it was Dr Brown's to the rescue - much better expecially when used with colief drops :-))
#7
My friend bought them the other day. She said they are small.

Don't know if that helps haha.
#8
babyblue
I read some reviews about the markings not being clear. Is that right?


thats true, but you just hold it to the light to see it...never caused me a problem :)
#9
We've used these for years with our dd and found them to be great. I prefer them to the avent ones we used for our ds. They are shorter and wider than avent ones but the curve in the middle of the bottle makes the easier to hold once your little one is able to do that.
I found the markings easier to see than lots of other bottles we've used and they last well. Some of the others wear off especially when they're being sterilised regularly
Hope this helps.
#10
leet_first
We've used these for years with our dd and found them to be great. I prefer them to the avent ones we used for our ds. They are shorter and wider than avent ones but the curve in the middle of the bottle makes the easier to hold once your little one is able to do that.
I found the markings easier to see than lots of other bottles we've used and they last well. Some of the others wear off especially when they're being sterilised regularly
Hope this helps.


Thanks!

Decided to go for the pack of 4 from boots (1/2 price at mo) for £6.99 and got them delivered to store for free.

Rather then the pack of 6 for £7.50 + £4.95 postage from Asda.

Works out cheaper per bottle overall! Plus the Asda ones said *Value* and the Boots ones say *Easivent* so I'm not sure but I'm guessing they are better bottles??!!

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