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Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep £52.66 @ Amazon with code

£52.66 @ Amazon
Get the Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep for £52.66, on sale at £67.66, but when signing up for a free trial of Prime and using code BABYGC16 £15 will be deducted. Nearest sale price is £70 at Mothercare an…
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Get the Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep for £52.66, on sale at £67.66, but when signing up for a free trial of Prime and using code BABYGC16 £15 will be deducted. Nearest sale price is £70 at Mothercare and John Lewis. Good deal for anyone looking for this bit of kit!
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#1
Fab deal & great price. Highly recommend this! Absolute life saver! Heat added OP!:)
#2
So this deal only works if you don't already have Prime?
1 Like #3
The_IMF
So this deal only works if you don't already have Prime?


I've got prime and it worked for me. Just copy and paste the discount code
1 Like #4
The_IMF
So this deal only works if you don't already have Prime?

Sorry for being unclear, it is only for Prime customers, so should work if new or existing.
#5
Amazing product could not of managed eithour (well obviously could but, glad we didn't need to).
5 Likes #6
I have a suspicion these are cheap because of the bad press they received on Watch Dog a couple of weeks back. Apparently/allegedly, after just a couple of uses the filter and the process actually stops removing the bacteria effectively and after about 1/4 use of the filter's lifetime actually begins to add more bacteria than straight out of the tap water.

Having had a couple of kids my self, I imagine this seems like a useful gadget, but I doubt there's anything that will come close to good old boiled water, in terms of cleanliness.

I recommend you do your own research, but I'm not sure why the BBC would go out of their way to cast a shadow on this product unless they have genuine concerns about it.

Naturally, Tommee Tippee have refuted BBC's findings. See here; http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/1pW6XFkDmSd1S19VVCY1TK/tommee-tippee

Either way, if it were me, for the sake of a couple of minutes, I'd stick with the tried and tested.

Edited By: MarsBar2011 on Dec 30, 2016 11:45: error
3 Likes #7
We used this for my son and it was the best baby product we had purchased couldn't recommend it enough. So easy to use and milk was ready in less than 1 minute my son was never ill with it. I haven't read the BBC article but my partner did and said the tests where unfair due to it being used with non tap water so wasn't a fair test.
1 Like #8
Didn't see the Watchdog programme but been using this for 5 months with my little boy and he's been fine. No tummy troubles at all.
#9
absolutely love ours, what a life saver
1 Like #10
Thanks. Baby coming soon and wanted this
1 Like #11
at kiddicare 96 oO so :D hot deal X) !!!
2 Likes #12
If you've worked out how to cool a freshly made bottle in 2 minutes, please let us know.

For most people it's not the hassle of making the bottle but the time to use - when using a kettle it takes a loooong to cool, even in cold water.
#13
* also, if there is a bacteria issue, then it would affect all types of water filter as they're no different.

That said, this unit *boils* water at point of use also. We never had issues with it's. Watchdog haven't shared any proof (lab results).
#14
Skyhiigh
* also, if there is a bacteria issue, then it would affect all types of water filter as they're no different.

That said, this unit *boils* water at point of use also. We never had issues with it's. Watchdog haven't shared any proof (lab results).


​when I watched watchdog I thought it makes the water hot but didn't reach boiling point. I could be wrong
#15
watfordguy
Skyhiigh
* also, if there is a bacteria issue, then it would affect all types of water filter as they're no different.

That said, this unit *boils* water at point of use also. We never had issues with it's. Watchdog haven't shared any proof (lab results).


​when I watched watchdog I thought it makes the water hot but didn't reach boiling point. I could be wrong


No, you are correct :)
1 Like #16
Watchdog concluded might be a risk for those children already immuno compromised. Could change filter every 2 months instead of 3 to be safe. Babies face bacteria every day and help build the immune system, so it's not all bad in small amounts...
#17
This offer has been going for months with the same code I did it 2 months ago I used the old thread and found it still worked. Just the amazon price that fluctuates but the code only works on spend over £60. So the best price would be £45 with this offer.
#18
thanks ordered mine! I watched the watchdog episode on this and it wasn't enough to put me off, I will use cool boiled water instead of tap water and I'll change the filter every 2 months. The concentration of bacteria they were putting into just one fill of the machine was ridiculous and not really a fair test. Cheers OP
1 Like #19
just ordered this yesterday for £70 , do you think they will refund me lol
1 Like #20
bad789
just ordered this yesterday for £70 , do you think they will refund me lol


​If not, order another and when it arrives, return it as the original
#21
Scott1990
thanks ordered mine! I watched the watchdog episode on this and it wasn't enough to put me off, I will use cool boiled water instead of tap water and I'll change the filter every 2 months. The concentration of bacteria they were putting into just one fill of the machine was ridiculous and not really a fair test. Cheers OP

They also tested the levels of bacteria released by several machines (four I think) that had only been in real world use with normal tap water (I believe they used sterile water in the test) and found that the machines were releasing bacteria into the water above the levels normally found in tap water.

The question is whether healthy babies really need their formula to be that sterile anyway, they didn't say how it compared to the bacterial levels in breast milk. :)

The machine sounds a bit naff to me in that it doesn't boil the water, or even use UV sterilisation to clean the bottle.

Edited By: melted on Dec 30, 2016 20:26
1 Like #22
Made famous by watchdog.
#23
Just use a microwave and some common sense.
#24
This is an excellent machine.

But isn't this a repost:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/15-discount-60-spend-baby-store-amazon-prime-members-only-2563763

As the code can be used to get a £15 discount on countless baby products?

Edited By: grazzyman on Dec 30, 2016 22:37
1 Like #25
If only there was already a kitchen gadget that boiled water..... Oh wait..
#26
We used this from when our daughter was about 6 weeks until she was 12 months old. No issues at all and it saved us countless hours every week of boiling kettles and messing around trying to get the temperature right. As long as you follow the instructions it's safe to use. This is probably the best baby product we purchased and I'd definitely recommend it
1 Like #27
evostick47
If only there was already a kitchen gadget that boiled water..... Oh wait..


You going to hang around for 30-40 minutes whilst the water cools enough so you can give it to baby X)
2 Likes #28
ruthadie09
evostick47
If only there was already a kitchen gadget that boiled water..... Oh wait..
You going to hang around for 30-40 minutes whilst the water cools enough so you can give it to baby X)

Well since these don't boil the water, and are less sterile than tap water, why not just turn the kettle off before it boils and add cold tap water to get the temperature you want?
2 Likes #29
ruthadie09
evostick47
If only there was already a kitchen gadget that boiled water..... Oh wait..


You going to hang around for 30-40 minutes whilst the water cools enough so you can give it to baby X)


​Now if only there was some sort of flowing cold water source in the kitchen to run a hot bottle under that would cool a hot bottle of milk....
1 Like #30
evostick47
ruthadie09
evostick47
If only there was already a kitchen gadget that boiled water..... Oh wait..
You going to hang around for 30-40 minutes whilst the water cools enough so you can give it to baby X)
​Now if only there was some sort of flowing cold water source in the kitchen to run a hot bottle under that would cool a hot bottle of milk....

Hahaha 30-40 mins to cool a bottle ... What are people on.

This is a cool gadget if you have money to waste. But yeah old school works just fine.
#31
cant recommend this product enough. i have a 5 yr old who did not have use of this product whilst growing up and a 3 month old who is using it now. the difference of comvenience is night and day...buy it now... even if its full price.
1 Like #32
evostick47
ruthadie09
evostick47
If only there was already a kitchen gadget that boiled water..... Oh wait..


You going to hang around for 30-40 minutes whilst the water cools enough so you can give it to baby X)


​Now if only there was some sort of flowing cold water source in the kitchen to run a hot bottle under that would cool a hot bottle of milk....


​True, dead easy.

Boil a litre of water, wait 20 mins for it to reach 70 degrees, or add correct amount to the bottle and cool to 70 degrees in cold water.

Add the powder and stir / shake.

Forget how many scoops you added as it's 3am and your little one is screaming, tip it away and start again.

Repeat above steps, ensuring you count properly this time. Oh, don't use reboiled water, so another 2 mins to boil, another cool to 70 degrees before adding powder.

Then cool entire bottle to body temperature.

Alternatively, use this.
1 Like #33
GeordieAffy2014
evostick47
ruthadie09
evostick47
If only there was already a kitchen gadget that boiled water..... Oh wait..
You going to hang around for 30-40 minutes whilst the water cools enough so you can give it to baby X)
​Now if only there was some sort of flowing cold water source in the kitchen to run a hot bottle under that would cool a hot bottle of milk....

Hahaha 30-40 mins to cool a bottle ... What are people on.

This is a cool gadget if you have money to waste. But yeah old school works just fine.


​Yeah 30-40 mins is a bit of an exaggeration. More like 5-10. But at 2am when your baby is screaming - a noise which pains every parent to hear no matter what the circumstances - the difference between 1 minute and 10 can seem like an eternity.

I found this machine to be a real stress reliever. Being a first time parent was difficult enough, but waiting on a bottle to cool wasn't something I needed to worry about with this machine.
1 Like #34
Robj1
evostick47
ruthadie09
evostick47
If only there was already a kitchen gadget that boiled water..... Oh wait..


You going to hang around for 30-40 minutes whilst the water cools enough so you can give it to baby X)


​Now if only there was some sort of flowing cold water source in the kitchen to run a hot bottle under that would cool a hot bottle of milk....


​True, dead easy.

Boil a litre of water, wait 20 mins for it to reach 70 degrees, or add correct amount to the bottle and cool to 70 degrees in cold water.

Add the powder and stir / shake.

Forget how many scoops you added as it's 3am and your little one is screaming, tip it away and start again.

Repeat above steps, ensuring you count properly this time. Oh, don't use reboiled water, so another 2 mins to boil, another cool to 70 degrees before adding powder.

Then cool entire bottle to body temperature.

Alternatively, use this.


​What a drama. Just do it right the 1st time and plan. And yes, I've had young kids. So many of these gadgets are such a waste of money.
#35
Absolute godsend this IMO. Second child now 9 months old and used this since birth. Couldn't do without it (well, we could but I don't want to!).
1 Like #36
Blimey- why would any of us internet shoppers use a new form of technology to make our lives easier. Maybe we should go back to basics everywhere- live and let live. Love this product worked great all the time, watchdog thing was scaremongering for the people who might of been considering this extra ease of life- just buy it if you are bottle feeding. Happy parenting! For the the non believers, we will observe you in your mud huts with no life easing mod cons.......
#37
ryangraham73307
GeordieAffy2014
evostick47
ruthadie09
evostick47
If only there was already a kitchen gadget that boiled water..... Oh wait..
You going to hang around for 30-40 minutes whilst the water cools enough so you can give it to baby X)
​Now if only there was some sort of flowing cold water source in the kitchen to run a hot bottle under that would cool a hot bottle of milk....
Hahaha 30-40 mins to cool a bottle ... What are people on.
This is a cool gadget if you have money to waste. But yeah old school works just fine.
​Yeah 30-40 mins is a bit of an exaggeration. More like 5-10. But at 2am when your baby is screaming - a noise which pains every parent to hear no matter what the circumstances - the difference between 1 minute and 10 can seem like an eternity.
I found this machine to be a real stress reliever. Being a first time parent was difficult enough, but waiting on a bottle to cool wasn't something I needed to worry about with this machine.

Fair enough ... If it makes your life easy then tbh even if it was £150 you wouldn't mind paying it either I guess.

I personally couldn't justify it at even £50 but then again there's probably things I bought you would see as a waste.

Anyhoo am first time parent too ... and I agree everything is stressful haha. Best of luck with your little one ;)
#38
Of course using the kettle works just fine but at the end of the day this is a time & stress-saving gadget, especially for first time parents who can barely think straight from tiredness & don't have a clue about making formula (me!ha). This really was a helpful thing to have & I can't recommend it enough personally :)

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