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Hi guys, I need to purchase an electric steriliser and a newborn starter set. Ive seen one on Amazon for £40, but I'm wondering if anyone knows of anything cheaper? Any discount codes? This is the… Read More
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5m, 1w agoPosted 5 months, 1 week ago
Hi guys, I need to purchase an electric steriliser and a newborn starter set. Ive seen one on Amazon for £40, but I'm wondering if anyone knows of anything cheaper? Any discount codes?

This is the cheapest I have seen: Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Electric Steriliser Kit https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B004GCJF9K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_sr5PybH367167
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#1
Seen the Aldi one for a tenner (tommee tippee) 6 bottles. this one you pour water in and put lid on and bang in microwave for 4 minutes. my child has grown up no issues apart from the 24/7 tantrums when they cant have their way (bit like me)

Seen this in the supermarkets also, about now is baby event clearance so have a look at them (nothing to do with post valentines day though X) )
#2
Do as the Americans do. Use the dishwasher.
#3
Oh. Always see them in charity shops and car boot sales. Cheep there to
#4
I've bought the mam self sterilising bottles that you use with the microwave. Saves buying a steriliser and saves worktop clutter too :)

MAM Anti-Colic Self-Sterilising Bottle Starter Set (White) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00X61R0BW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_8zaQybBQK75ZT
#5
wayners
Do as the Americans do. Use the dishwasher.


Americans are, in broad terms, idiots. You'd do well to not do as they do.
#6
I bought a steriliser and used it twice. It is better to invest in a big washing up bowl (£2) and just put everything you want to sterilise In there and cover with boiling water! And leave for 10mins. Then drip dry on a drainer. My daughter is 14 now, never got ill oO

Edited By: LeahMinttoutou on Feb 18, 2017 10:03
#7
Not sure why you would want to buy a separate electric steriliser rather than one that just goes in the microwave. Just another appliance to sit on the kitchen counter, at least with a microwave one you can store it in the microwave when not in use and will be more practice/portable if you go away.
Agree with big weapon07 check out the aldi one.
#8
Waste of money, hot soapy water is all thats needed
#9
wayners
Do as the Americans do. Use the dishwasher.
Some american dishwashers have a sanitise program, standard programs don't usually reach the 100 degrees required.
#10
Would recommend the microwave one too. Much easier to bring along if going away for a weekend :)
#11
I had a microwave one for my 1st child then I had an electric one for my 2nd child. Both were Tommy Tipee ones if I remember rightly but I found the microwave one better for storage, the electric one was quite big and was an eyesore on the kitchen side. Both worked well and did as they should. Personally, I couldn't just fill boiling water in a dish and leave for 10 mins, I'd need to know they're sterilised properly in a steriliser (bit of a germ-a-phobe) but it's just personal preference. I think health professionals tell you to use a steriliser for a reason.
As for the newborn starter packs, Aldi had them quite cheap when I bought mine, again I think it was the Tommy Tippee bottles.
#12
We used the Milton cold water steriliser. 5 litres of cold water into the container with 1 milton sterilising tablet put all bottles on the solution and they will be sterilised in 15 mins. Only need to change water every 24 hours. I highly recommend! x
#13
I have an electric steriliser and I would highly recommend it. It does take up worktop space but it's worth it. Just make sure you descale it regularly. I paid £20 for just the steriliser
#14
sterilisation seems pretty pointless when kids put all sorts In to the mouth in terms of toys drop them and back in all the time a bit of germs if they go thru just builds the immune system. u can't do much though when they in nursery school always getting I'll with the nasty infections and colds from there.

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