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Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Perfect Prep Machine - Red - £45.00 Delivered at Amazon w/Code

£45.00 @ Amazon
Either Join Prime on Trial - or Join The Baby Club (works for existing members too) and use code BABYGC16. £60 down to £45 delivered. Ive been a Prime Member for years and a Baby Club member for…
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Either Join Prime on Trial - or Join The Baby Club (works for existing members too) and use code BABYGC16.

£60 down to £45 delivered.

Ive been a Prime Member for years and a Baby Club member for the last 2 years and its worked for me.
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Thanx. Been looking at one for a while and couldn't decide whether or not to buy but couldn't resist at this price. Baby due yesterday, perfect prep machine due tomorrow, let's see which gets here first lol.
5 Likes
Satele
Not safe. For lazy parents. Freezing.


​I bet you use a tv remote to change channel, and probably use a vehicle for transport rather than walking, maybe even use a phone to communicate with someone instead of going to see them in person .. And use plenty of other inventions for lazy people

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4 Likes #1
priceless purchase! great price.
2 Likes #2
DrJayDee86
priceless purchase! great price.

Having done one baby without and one baby with... I feel for my first born who had to wait so long from being hungry to actually getting milk :)

Brilliant bit of kit.

Available in White or Black for £69.99 (therefore £54.99 with code). But I quite like the red this time round.
#3
Thanks mate. First baby on the way in October! Heard good things.
9 Likes #4
Thanx. Been looking at one for a while and couldn't decide whether or not to buy but couldn't resist at this price. Baby due yesterday, perfect prep machine due tomorrow, let's see which gets here first lol.
1 Like #5
simey83
Thanks mate. First baby on the way in October! Heard good things.

nb84
Thanx. Been looking at one for a while and couldn't decide whether or not to buy but couldn't resist at this price. Baby due yesterday, perfect prep machine due tomorrow, let's see which gets here first lol.

Congratulations to you both.

Baby #3 due in November. Just grabbing the bargains whilst they turn up :)
#6
This is a bargain price.
#7
great invention
#8
great price! love ours and paid £60
#9
great price especially for the red one
#10
best baby item we've bought. when my little man is hungry, he's hungry, I'd be deaf by the time I'd boiled the kettle etc
1 Like #11
Agreed - got this for our third - he's 6 months old now. Great buy!

Worth remembering that you'll spend an extra £25 by the time you've bought the filters (assuming that you use it for about a year). Still great tho. :)
#12
BABYGC16 code doesn't work for me.
#13
I don't seem to be able to use the codes, or find the amazon baby club to sign up. can anyone help....I think baby brain is setting in!!
#14
ginnyjen
I don't seem to be able to use the codes, or find the amazon baby club to sign up. can anyone help....I think baby brain is setting in!!

The code only works if you are already signed up to Prime.
2 Likes #15
I'm prepared to get flamed for suggesting this but can you not just make up a bottle like this:

Add half required volume boiling water to bottle
Add all powder
Mix
Add remaining half cold boiled water (from fridge) if below 6 months or half tap water if over 6 months.
Feed ready immediately at the right temp (adjust proportions of boiling:cold water to get desired temp)...I assume this is how the perfect prep works but cannot see why you'd need a machine.

I can get a bottle ready in 1 or 2 mins rather than waiting for 10 for boiling water to cool under a running tap.
1 Like #16
This is a great price for the machine, however, ours broke after 2 months so we improvised . We used a breville hot cup to quickly boil the water, and kept a flask of cooled, boiled water on hand. With a little experimenting, you can figure out the ratio of hot to cold water and consistently get the same temperature milk.

It's just as fast as the perfect prep machine, you don't need filters and you can use the hot cup for your hot drinks as well!
1 Like #17
Silhouette
DrJayDee86
priceless purchase! great price.
Having done one baby without and one baby with... I feel for my first born who had to wait so long from being hungry to actually getting milk :)
Brilliant bit of kit.
Available in White or Black for £69.99 (therefore £54.99 with code). But I quite like the red this time round.
...Should of just breastfed
2 Likes #18
deadleg22
Silhouette
DrJayDee86
priceless purchase! great price.
Having done one baby without and one baby with... I feel for my first born who had to wait so long from being hungry to actually getting milk :)
Brilliant bit of kit.
Available in White or Black for £69.99 (therefore £54.99 with code). But I quite like the red this time round.
...Should of just breastfed


​Should HAVE, not should of.
1 Like #19
These really are pointless. Make up bottles evening before; heat in microwave. Bottle in 30 secs at zero cost. Simple.
2 Likes #20
sawsa
These really are pointless. Make up bottles evening before; heat in microwave. Bottle in 30 secs at zero cost. Simple.


Is the water you use filtered? And btw powdered baby milk only keeps for 2 hours once combined with water. Rendering your comment void
1 Like #21
Fabulous invention picked up one recently for our 3rd born, bottles made in seconds! We had a tip from a parenting website that Wilko's own brand universal water filters fit these prep machines and are a fraction of the cost of Tommy Tippee one's..

http://www.wilko.com/water-filters+jugs/wilko-3-universal-water-filter-cartridges/invt/0196657

Edited By: St0n3y on Aug 26, 2016 14:58: added url
1 Like #22
http://www.wilko.com/water-filters+jugs/wilko-3-universal-water-filter-cartridges/invt/0196657

Purchased these for my daughter to try in hers,she hasn't used them yet but a comment in a review said they work fine.
Can purchase a single 1 for £2.00
link doesn't work try searching with code 0196657

Edited By: natnhay on Aug 26, 2016 15:15
#23
fubar888
I'm prepared to get flamed for suggesting this but can you not just make up a bottle like this:

Add half required volume boiling water to bottle
Add all powder
Mix
Add remaining half cold boiled water (from fridge) if below 6 months or half tap water if over 6 months.
Feed ready immediately at the right temp (adjust proportions of boiling:cold water to get desired temp)...I assume this is how the perfect prep works but cannot see why you'd need a machine.

I can get a bottle ready in 1 or 2 mins rather than waiting for 10 for boiling water to cool under a running tap.


​Although I see your point, I myself have dismissed this product when at a higher price, I have to admit that there seem to be a lot of benefits to this machine, for me the main benefit will be not having to measure out the water whilst half (if not virtually fully) asleep at 3am. This is a task that puts a parent under pressure, I remember from my first child. I can still remember the pressure building as my little boy screamed louder for his bottle. Oh how I am looking forward to just pressing a button and regaining peace just a little bit sooner.
#24
one of the best things we bought for our baby we paid £60 and so worth every penny!
#25
We've had these recommended to us by quite a few people.

We've got twins due at the end of January and I'm not sure how we're going to cope... tempted to get 2!
2 Likes #26
sawsa
These really are pointless. Make up bottles evening before; heat in microwave. Bottle in 30 secs at zero cost. Simple.

You have completely missed the point of heating bottles. It's not so the baby has a nice warm drink. The boiling water is to sterilise the powder. Microwaving the bottle to drinking temperature doesn't sterilise anything and making them in advance gives plenty of time for bacteria to build up in the milk. Young babies do not have a fully functioning immune system and a slight stomach upset in humans caused by common bacteria could prove fatal to a baby.

fubar888
I'm prepared to get flamed for suggesting this but can you not just make up a bottle like this:
Add half required volume boiling water to bottle
Add all powder
Mix
Add remaining half cold boiled water (from fridge) if below 6 months or half tap water if over 6 months.
Feed ready immediately at the right temp (adjust proportions of boiling:cold water to get desired temp)...I assume this is how the perfect prep works but cannot see why you'd need a machine.
I can get a bottle ready in 1 or 2 mins rather than waiting for 10 for boiling water to cool under a running tap.

That is exactly how the perfect prep works, this just simplifies the process so if you forget to put boiled water in the fridge or put too much boiling water in the bottle you don't feed your baby something unsafe or wasting formula. The amount of times I made a full bottle of boiling water at 3am.....
#27
great deal! almost bought a 2nd hand one last weekend off gumtree for 50 quid. had a sneaky 15 voucher in my amazon account so got it for 30 quid. good find!
1 Like #28
brilliant thanks!
1 Like #29
best baby accessory ever
#30
Not safe. For lazy parents. Freezing.
1 Like #31
Satele
Not safe. For lazy parents. Freezing.
Safe if used properly. For all parents, especially those who don't have time to wait for water to be boiled and cooled. Hot!
1 Like #32
Hot from me signed up to prime, used code + £20 Amazon voucher. £25 Bargain! Thanks OP
2 Likes #33
Satele
Not safe. For lazy parents. Freezing.
That was the least helpful comment ever, no reason as to why... troll
2 Likes #34
Satele
Not safe. For lazy parents. Freezing.


​Tommee Tippee are one of the biggest manufacturers of baby feeding products. If this product was proven as unsafe then they certainly wouldn't be able to sell it, or receive the glowing reviews off many parents. As for lazy why take 15 mins to do something that can be done in 2, gives you more time with baby so no brainer for me
5 Likes #35
Satele
Not safe. For lazy parents. Freezing.


​I bet you use a tv remote to change channel, and probably use a vehicle for transport rather than walking, maybe even use a phone to communicate with someone instead of going to see them in person .. And use plenty of other inventions for lazy people
#36
deadleg22
Silhouette
DrJayDee86
priceless purchase! great price.
Having done one baby without and one baby with... I feel for my first born who had to wait so long from being hungry to actually getting milk :)
Brilliant bit of kit.
Available in White or Black for £69.99 (therefore £54.99 with code). But I quite like the red this time round.
...Should of just breastfed


​In an ideal world maybe. Not always an option for everyone.
4 Likes #37
simey83
Thanks mate. First baby on the way in October! Heard good things.

nb84
Thanx. Been looking at one for a while and couldn't decide whether or not to buy but couldn't resist at this price. Baby due yesterday, perfect prep machine due tomorrow, let's see which gets here first lol.

Congratulations. We're 18 months in with our first so I thought I'd impart three bits of advice (in order of importance):

1) Sleep. Get lots of it. Get your fill of lie-ins, while you can.
2) Get your fill of evenings out together now. Eat, drink (well the hubbies can :D) and be merry.
3) Resist the urge to buy everything people recommend. Wether that be friends, other soon to be parents, midwives, adverts, magazines, etc. You won't use half of it, you may get some items as gifts anyway and unless you live in the sticks you can pickup the few items you actually need when the time comes. All you definitely need is Nappies, wipes, some clothes, car seat, push chair, cot. Anything else you find you need, will give you a good reason to get out and give the little one and you some fresh air.

I say this as a Dad with a house full of crap we didn't end up using :/ Including this machine as the Mrs breast fed in the end.

Oh and try to enjoy it, despite the lack of sleep. Before you know it you'll be missing those early months when all he/she wanted to do is lay on your chest for hours on end.
1 Like #38
nb84
Satele
Not safe. For lazy parents. Freezing.
​Tommee Tippee are one of the biggest manufacturers of baby feeding products. If this product was proven as unsafe then they certainly wouldn't be able to sell it, or receive the glowing reviews off many parents. As for lazy why take 15 mins to do something that can be done in 2, gives you more time with baby so no brainer for me

University studies have shown that these may not kill all bacteria present. I stand by my comment. It is a cynical product, developed by a multi-billion dollar industry and aimed and feeding crap formula to babies that should be fed by their mothers. It's just another tool to promote formula feeding, aimed at those who would rather spend their lives doing things other than parenting the very babies they brought into the world.

Oh, and it takes all of 3 minutes to make a bottle of formula in those extremely rare cases where a mother genuinely can not produce milk for their babies. There is absolutely no need for this inferior product at all, other than laziness.
#39
Mentos
simey83
Thanks mate. First baby on the way in October! Heard good things.

nb84
Thanx. Been looking at one for a while and couldn't decide whether or not to buy but couldn't resist at this price. Baby due yesterday, perfect prep machine due tomorrow, let's see which gets here first lol.

Congratulations. We're 18 months in with our first so I thought I'd impart three bits of advice (in order of importance):

1) Sleep. Get lots of it. Get your fill of lie-ins, while you can.
2) Get your fill of evenings out together now. Eat, drink (well the hubbies can :D) and be merry.
3) Resist the urge to buy everything people recommend. Wether that be friends, other soon to be parents, midwives, adverts, magazines, etc. You won't use half of it, you may get some items as gifts anyway and unless you live in the sticks you can pickup the few items you actually need when the time comes. All you definitely need is Nappies, wipes, some clothes, car seat, push chair, cot. Anything else you find you need, will give you a good reason to get out and give the little one and you some fresh air.

I say this as a Dad with a house full of crap we didn't end up using :/ Including this machine as the Mrs breast fed in the end.

Oh and try to enjoy it, despite the lack of sleep. Before you know it you'll be missing those early months when all he/she wanted to do is lay on your chest for hours on end.


​The first point is probably the truest thing ever. No one has experienced true tiredness until they have become a parent. This is our second so having made it successfully through all the sleepless nights we've decided to do it all again lol. Have to admit we haven't bought nearly as much stuff this time round however i look back and think i would have given my right arm to have had this machine first time round
3 Likes #40
Satele
nb84
Satele
Not safe. For lazy parents. Freezing.
​Tommee Tippee are one of the biggest manufacturers of baby feeding products. If this product was proven as unsafe then they certainly wouldn't be able to sell it, or receive the glowing reviews off many parents. As for lazy why take 15 mins to do something that can be done in 2, gives you more time with baby so no brainer for me

University studies have shown that these may not kill all bacteria present. I stand by my comment. It is a cynical product, developed by a multi-billion dollar industry and aimed and feeding crap formula to babies that should be fed by their mothers. It's just another tool to promote formula feeding, aimed at those who would rather spend their lives doing things other than parenting the very babies they brought into the world.

Oh, and it takes all of 3 minutes to make a bottle of formula in those extremely rare cases where a mother genuinely can not produce milk for their babies. There is absolutely no need for this inferior product at all, other than laziness.


​Oh well if university studies show it then it must be true then. As for your comments basically calling all mothers who formula feed, whether to breast or bottle feed is a personal choice made by a mother for her child and has absolutely nothing to do with anyone else. No one has the the right to pass judgement on the way a mother chooses to feed her baby, it's both patronising and quite frankly none of anyone elses business

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