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Avent food and bottle warmer reduced from £18.00 to £4.48 @ Tesco
Avent food and bottle warmer reduced from £18.00 to £4.48 @ Tesco

Avent food and bottle warmer reduced from £18.00 to £4.48 @ Tesco

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Spotted in tesco riverside Dundee, said on shelf that it was reduced from £18.00 to £8.86, took to till and it scanned through at £4.48. Also managed to get avent pack of 4 9oz bottles for £3.48 reduced from £16.00.

Don't know if its nationwide but worth checking in your baby aisle.

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Ooooh good spot is there any left? Will be popping into the riverside TESCO tomorrow, unless i have popped before hand lol but then again that TESCO is on the way to the hosp haha!!:thumbsup:

I hope its Nationwide! WIll check my local Tesco tomorrow

Good spot, I will check my local tomorrow.

Don't waste your time with these, use the microwave every time. Just shake it before giving it to baby.

Stubeauty;6688093

Don't waste your time with these, use the microwave every time. Just … Don't waste your time with these, use the microwave every time. Just shake it before giving it to baby.



Have to agree. These things take forever to get the milk/food warm.

These are an un-necessary gadget, you REALLY don't need one. Just stand the bottle in a big cup filled with hot (not boiling) water from the kettle. Shake and test before giving to the baby.

yes these ones were in asda about 2 weeks ago @ £8 i bought one it does take a long time to heat up and its very hit and miss, i used to have a boots one which did better,

These comments are great. Microwave a bottle , how clever, why not just leave baby unattended in a bath whilst your at it.
The whole purpose of a bottle warmer is so that you dont need to go all the way downstairs to boil a kettle etc. Also how safe is it putting nearly boiling hot water into a jug then putting a bottle in it.
A bottle warmer is safe & convenient, thats the whole idea.

Also the deal is fantastic.

we've got the tommee tippee version & wouldn't be without it. As mentioned above you don't need to go downstairs to do any kettle boiling etc for the hot water, and although it takes a little time to warm up by the time you have woken up, changed the baby, changed the baby again because you hadn't actually woken up in the first place and put the nappy on backwards then got the trusty pillow to go under your arm from underneath your other halves still sleeping head it's pretty much ready to go

efc1888;6688818

we've got the tommee tippee version & wouldn't be without it. As … we've got the tommee tippee version & wouldn't be without it. As mentioned above you don't need to go downstairs to do any kettle boiling etc for the hot water, and although it takes a little time to warm up by the time you have woken up, changed the baby, changed the baby again because you hadn't actually woken up in the first place and put the nappy on backwards then got the trusty pillow to go under your arm from underneath your other halves still sleeping head it's pretty much ready to go


All, so very true :thumbsup:

Comments all noted, I'm not sure if anyone noticed the also great deal on the 4 x 9oz bottles! I paid the same for one of these bottles in Boots a few weeks back!

Original Poster

Yes i know some people see this as being a waste of money however with my first one i did everything by the book, jug with boiling water etc i never used microwave as you can get heat spots through the milk. Plus the fact a microwave uses a small amount of radiation :? so better to spend £4 and have peace of mind.

As noted above yes managed to buy 4 9oz bottles for £3ish, argos are selling them for nearly £20!

NOTHING IN MILTON KEYNES , £14.99 bottle warmer and £ 6.99 bottles!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

nikkit72;6691514

NOTHING IN MILTON KEYNES , £14.99 bottle warmer and £ 6.99 b … NOTHING IN MILTON KEYNES , £14.99 bottle warmer and £ 6.99 bottles!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Thanks for that, I won't bother looking in there tonight when I get home! Will try my local on near work :thumbsup:

Why Not Breast Feed, Its Already The Right Temp And Its Freeeeeeee.
(still A Good Price Though It Looking For One Of These

MummyOf1;6690541

Yes i know some people see this as being a waste of money however with my … Yes i know some people see this as being a waste of money however with my first one i did everything by the book, jug with boiling water etc i never used microwave as you can get heat spots through the milk. Plus the fact a microwave uses a small amount of radiation :? so better to spend £4 and have peace of mind.As noted above yes managed to buy 4 9oz bottles for £3ish, argos are selling them for nearly £20!



Try shaking it :roll:

Nice find, although I don't think they are very good, hot price :thumbsup:

cdm30379;6688703

These comments are great. Microwave a bottle , how clever, why not just … These comments are great. Microwave a bottle , how clever, why not just leave baby unattended in a bath whilst your at it. The whole purpose of a bottle warmer is so that you dont need to go all the way downstairs to boil a kettle etc. Also how safe is it putting nearly boiling hot water into a jug then putting a bottle in it. A bottle warmer is safe & convenient, thats the whole idea.Also the deal is fantastic.



How is microwaving a bottle the same as leaving a baby unattended in the bath? You have embarrassed yourself with your ignorance.

cdm30379;6688703

These comments are great. Microwave a bottle , how clever, why not just … These comments are great. Microwave a bottle , how clever, why not just leave baby unattended in a bath whilst your at it. The whole purpose of a bottle warmer is so that you dont need to go all the way downstairs to boil a kettle etc. Also how safe is it putting nearly boiling hot water into a jug then putting a bottle in it. A bottle warmer is safe & convenient, thats the whole idea.Also the deal is fantastic.


And by the way, a bottle warmer has near boiling water in it.

I don't know why it got 300% heat, I was just in there an they don't sell the 4pack or the bottle warmer



Hmmmmmmmmmmmm

I stand corrected

I went in there tonight and there they are....£4.48 for the warmer

so I bought one and it scanned for the cheaper price

Stubeauty;6703271

Try shaking it :roll:



Better to swirl than shake as causes a lot less air bubbles. Especially if they suffer from colic!

I've already sent a "Contact us" about this deal, it's STILL on folks
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