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Powder Formula Dispenser £1.33 delivered @ Argos

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
Cheapest I can see.
Three serving-size compartments are ideal for powdered formula or cereal.
Snap-tight lid and easy-pour spout.
Removable lid makes cleaning and filling easy
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#1
Thanks, I've ordered some for my Sister who's just had a baby & uses these for his formula x
#2
Thank you. Ordered some for my daughter who is having a baby soon.
#3
just tried ordering, but page just wont progress when i click buy.
#4
Emmamed
just tried ordering, but page just wont progress when i click buy.
IE wouldnt do it, but managed to through netscape.
is there a way to look for these internet only deals?
#5
Am I right in thinking that this is for transferring powder from its main container to a smaller container to later transfer to the bottle for watering down?

Do folk really need to do that?
#6
these are 79p in home bargains so cold i'm afraid :(
#7
Great to take out measured powder with bottles of boiled water to make up fresh when baby wants a drink so the milk does not spoil. Folk do find these useful.
#8
breast is best

http://thm-a02.yimg.com/nimage/2454383146462fa0
#9
christopherguy25
breast is besthttp://thm-a02.yimg.com/nimage/2454383146462fa0

so i may be, but no all can breastfeed
#10
Would these be any good for mixing protein shakes etc?
#11
Berial
Would these be any good for mixing protein shakes etc?

I think breast milk would be better if possible. If not, stick to formula for baby Popeye.
2 Likes #12
I had the Avent dispenser for both my boys, I did try breast feeding but I couldnt physically do it after 4 days, I did feel like a bad mother which is wrong, No mother is wrong if they feel they can't breast feed... I found these so useful for when I was out visiting or shopping, Bottles of boiled water are sterile and you pour the ounces of dried milk into the warmed boiled water for your baby... My boys never had an upset stomach as the milk was always sterile and freshly made :D
#13
well even if you breast feed there great for when you stop... very useful for travelling about.. best one for me is the bibi Formula Milk Powder Dispensers from amazon as had for ages and you can have one to four when your off out and easy to use but more expensive.
#14
also will be handy in the New Year when the dreaded diet begins and its back to weighing and measuring again :-(

Oh bums I hate that time of year
#15
juicyjackie
also will be handy in the New Year when the dreaded diet begins and its back to weighing and measuring again :-(Oh bums I hate that time of year

Are you planning on starving yourself. How big do you think they are?
1 Like #16
Listen I totally agree, this is not a dig at anyone who doesn't breastfeed. Of coure you're not a bad mother if you don't breastfeed. My wife tried to breastfeed our first child but found it near impossible. With our second child my wife received much support and guidance from other breastfeeding mum's in order to be confident to breastfeed, especially in public. The sad reality is, its people's perception that stop alot of people from doing it because they stare etc. I know its illegal for anyone to ask you to leave wherever you are when breastfeeding in Scotland vbut sadly the same law does not apply in England. That is quite sad. Statistics have shown that the middle to higher class people are more likely to breastfeed than poorer people. I've never understood why, especially when breastmilk is free. My daughter is 9mths old now and still gets breastfed. She also eats solids. I've saved a pretty penny over the past 9 months.
#17
Please be aware of current guidelines on making formula milk. It has to be made up as you need it. A full explanation is on the side of the tin of formula. Making up bottles of boiled water in sterile bottles for taking out and adding formula when needed and then warming is not recommended. This because formula is not a sterile product. I know this seems really inconvenient, but guess what the formula companies recommend you use premixed formula when going out! Your health visitor will be able to confirm current guidlines.
#18
susan ricks
Please be aware of current guidelines on making formula milk. It has to be made up as you need it. A full explanation is on the side of the tin of formula. Making up bottles of boiled water in sterile bottles for taking out and adding formula when needed and then warming is not recommended. This because formula is not a sterile product. I know this seems really inconvenient, but guess what the formula companies recommend you use premixed formula when going out! Your health visitor will be able to confirm current guidlines.
its not the formula companies who recommend this, but the DOH. there is nothing wrong with taking out pre-boiled water and the milk in something like this and heating the water up prior to adding the milk powder.
TBH i dont believe in any of this, my 4 children never suffered and when i had my 1st 3 children, you always made the milk up for 24hours at a time.
#19
I use my pot for snacks - the compartments are handy for raisins, apricots etc. I find them really handed. Heat added. Thank you x

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