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Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Perfect Prep Machine - White £51.79 @ Amazon

£51.79 @ Amazon
other colours reduced too. Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Perfect Prep Machine The Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Perfect Prep machine makes a fresh bottle at just the right serving temperature … Read More
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Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Perfect Prep Machine

The Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Perfect Prep machine makes a fresh bottle at just the right serving temperature in less than two minutes. When baby arrives there's so much to do and to think about, so many things to juggle, so much that's challenging. That’s why Tommee Tippee has created the Perfect Prep machine. Designed to make preparing formula bottles quicker and more accurate, Perfect Prep gives parents the extra peace of mind that comes from knowing Baby's bottle will be ideal everytime.
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#1
Paid £45 at Morrisons 3 days ago
1 Like #2
these things are fabulous. don't let any one of the "I just heat mine up in the microwave" brigade put anyone off.

we've used one since the baby was born and just makes it easy. they often keep a good eBay resale value too.

Edited By: MrDB on Feb 24, 2017 19:41: typo...
#3
Still £45 in Morrisons or cheaper on ebay
3 Likes #4
Did anyone see this product on watchdog?? Really high bacteria levels in the filter unless the filter is changed every couple of days, since then the price has tumbled and I suspect it will withdrawn very soon, not safe so sorry
6 Likes #5
999smiles
Did anyone see this product on watchdog?? Really high bacteria levels in the filter unless the filter is changed every couple of days, since then the price has tumbled and I suspect it will withdrawn very soon, not safe so sorry
Ohh, BBC Watchdog... here's just a part of Tomme Tippee statement: ..."Despite repeated requests, BBC Watchdog did not provide us (Tommee Tippee) with a full lab report for their tests. We shared the limited data they did give us with a leading professor of microbiology at a top UK University, who said that BBC Watchdog was “scaremongering”, the microbiology was “fundamentally flawed” and “the results presented simply do not stand scientifically.” ...
1 Like #6
Good price, none in my Morrisons. Sold mine recently on bay. For £45 delivered. So not bad turn around when finished. As for watchdog I don't know, but I've used one for about year, and it's indispensable, especially at a.m o'clock.
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pjuk14
Good price, none in my Morrisons. Sold mine recently on bay. For £45 delivered. So not bad turn around when finished. As for watchdog I don't know, but I've used one for about year, and it's indispensable, especially at a.m o'clock.

pavel76
999smiles
Did anyone see this product on watchdog?? Really high bacteria levels in the filter unless the filter is changed every couple of days, since then the price has tumbled and I suspect it will withdrawn very soon, not safe so sorry
Ohh, BBC Watchdog... here's just a part of Tomme Tippee statement: ..."Despite repeated requests, BBC Watchdog did not provide us (Tommee Tippee) with a full lab report for their tests. We shared the limited data they did give us with a leading professor of microbiology at a top UK University, who said that BBC Watchdog was “scaremongering”, the microbiology was “fundamentally flawed” and “the results presented simply do not stand scientifically.” ...
I hear what you are saying, however i know i am more inclined to believe the BBC, who have nothing to gain from uncovering the potential risks to babies, rather than the multi-million pound mayborn group who own tommee tippee.
Personally i wouldnt take the risk, i just wanted to let people know about the report so they can make their own informed choice about using this product.
#8
999smiles
pjuk14
Good price, none in my Morrisons. Sold mine recently on bay. For £45 delivered. So not bad turn around when finished. As for watchdog I don't know, but I've used one for about year, and it's indispensable, especially at a.m o'clock.
pavel76
999smiles
Did anyone see this product on watchdog?? Really high bacteria levels in the filter unless the filter is changed every couple of days, since then the price has tumbled and I suspect it will withdrawn very soon, not safe so sorry
Ohh, BBC Watchdog... here's just a part of Tomme Tippee statement: ..."Despite repeated requests, BBC Watchdog did not provide us (Tommee Tippee) with a full lab report for their tests. We shared the limited data they did give us with a leading professor of microbiology at a top UK University, who said that BBC Watchdog was “scaremongering”, the microbiology was “fundamentally flawed” and “the results presented simply do not stand scientifically.” ...
I hear what you are saying, however i know i am more inclined to believe the BBC, who have nothing to gain from uncovering the potential risks to babies, rather than the multi-million pound mayborn group who own tommee tippee.
Personally i wouldnt take the risk, i just wanted to let people know about the report so they can make their own informed choice about using this product.
If they cannot provide specific data from their so-called tests - it says a lot. They just trying to grab some attention but when someone is asking for more... ooops
#9
So if it is completely untrue why have Tommie tippee not taken legal action against the BBC?
Like I said, I have just put it out there so parents can make informed choices. You wouldn't put your baby into a child seat without being really sure it's safe and will protect them, why would you put something into your baby without being happy that it's safe ?
#10
pavel76
999smiles
Did anyone see this product on watchdog?? Really high bacteria levels in the filter unless the filter is changed every couple of days, since then the price has tumbled and I suspect it will withdrawn very soon, not safe so sorry
Ohh, BBC Watchdog... here's just a part of Tomme Tippee statement: ..."Despite repeated requests, BBC Watchdog did not provide us (Tommee Tippee) with a full lab report for their tests. We shared the limited data they did give us with a leading professor of microbiology at a top UK University, who said that BBC Watchdog was “scaremongering”, the microbiology was “fundamentally flawed” and “the results presented simply do not stand scientifically.” ...


While the BBC prog was a bit of pseudo science, you still have to ask, where is the supporting data behind the manufacturers clams? Are they using 0.1micron absolute filters to catch 99.999% of bacteria, for example. Or how long will the initial hot water shot keep the milk formula above 70C to kill possible bacteria. What if there are virus in the water that are too small for the filer to block. These are all possible issues that a dealt with by the WHO guidelines.
I'd be surprised if a single health professional would actually recommend one of these.
1 Like #11
Becoming a grandparent soon I was worried when my daughter said she had bought one of these against my advice as I had seen the watchdog report and said to her how dangerous they are. Her reply was all my friends have used them , none of their babies have become ill at all. So good to know my daughter has a mind of her own and should we be looking at real world results as apposed to lab results which have in the past been proven erroneous. Is our world now so steralised against germs with all these anti bacterial products we use that children aren't building an immunity to them.
#12
Showing as £59.96 for me.

Edited By: leel246 on Feb 25, 2017 10:01
#13
There's bacteria everywhere... In the water, in the air, on the surfaces in the house, in the microwave that you use to sterilise bottles, on your own hands as you're feeding your baby etc etc.
I've been using one of these machines for about 3 weeks now, and it is very convenient so far. The shot of water that is supposed to kill bacteria in the powder is definitely above 70 degrees when it comes out of the machine, and you have a short window of time to mix it with the powder before it dispenses the cooler water... That seems pretty similar in concept to using water that has come off the boil from a kettle, except that it's quicker by about 20 minutes.
1 Like #14
We have one of these and would never go back now, was skeptical at first. We never had one with our first child, but feeds have been so much easier with our second. We change the filter every 3 months or when the red light indicates. I'd be inclined to think there are more germs inside your kettle/microwave than these devices. This watchdog report is the first bad thing I've heard about them.
#15
The person that they went to for the testing in Watchdog was also the same person who was saying we were all going to die because Asda would put their online shopping crates on the ground.

I personally would take her recommendations with a large heap of salt.
#16
Good price - been on the lookout for a price drop on one of these but seems to have gone back up to £59.99 again now in all colours which is where the Amazon price normally seems to be.

Edited By: ben.harris on Feb 25, 2017 11:36
#17
sb170
Becoming a grandparent soon I was worried when my daughter said she had bought one of these against my advice as I had seen the watchdog report and said to her how dangerous they are. Her reply was all my friends have used them , none of their babies have become ill at all. So good to know my daughter has a mind of her own and should we be looking at real world results as apposed to lab results which have in the past been proven erroneous. Is our world now so steralised against germs with all these anti bacterial products we use that children aren't building an immunity to them.


If you want some real world examples then google Cronobacter.
#18
To start, the BBC is one of the most corrupt organisations in the world.

That aside, this machine is used by literally everyone. Like, I don't know anyone who has small children who doesn't use this, and also recommends this product. Have you heard of anyone having a serious problem from these machines? There must be hundreds of thousands of them in circulation. A baby will pick up more bad bacteria from your kitchen floor.

Don't believe everything you see or read.

If a hundred thousand people use something and say it's good, don't have a problem, then there is ONE questionable study that says there may be an issue, you choose to believe that? I don't understand that. They also didn't say not to use it.
#19
Dropped down again

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