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Dr Brown's Options 270ml Feeding Bottles - 4 Pack for £13.99 delivered @ Argos eBay
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Dr Brown's Options 270ml Feeding Bottles - 4 Pack for £13.99 delivered @ Argos eBay

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Posted 29th Apr

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Dr Brown's Options bottles work with or without the internal vent system in place. The vent system creates a 100% vacuum-free feeding mechanism that is clinically proven to help reduce wind related colic: as baby's feeding becomes more developed the bottle can be used without the vent system, more like a conventional, teat-vented bottle.

Half price offer I think as the same set is currently £27.99 on the mainArgos site

Dr Brown's Options Wide Neck Bottle (270 ml, Pack of 4)
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  • Dr Brown's Options bottles - same trusted bottle, now with added benefits.
  • Number one choice of UK health professionals for the relief of colicky symptoms.
  • Vacuum-free feeding helps digestion - good digestion is essential for babies, particularly newborns. Vent and nipple create vacuum-free feeding.
  • Options grows with baby; allowing easy removal of the vent as baby develops or no longer experiences feeding problems.
  • The dr brown's options anti-colic four pack includes 4x 270ml bottles. All bottles already have a level 1 teat fitted.
  • Suitable from birth.
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Be aware these are of an old model the new version has different teats For going up to level 2 tears etc, these older ones are difficult to get hold of we made this mistake and had to rebuy new bottles
These are brilliant bottles imo worked a treat for my one, went through so many different brands until we used these.
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Be aware these are of an old model the new version has different teats For going up to level 2 tears etc, these older ones are difficult to get hold of we made this mistake and had to rebuy new bottles
I thought this was a good deal then the Argos link is for the options+ bottles currently £21.99 on Amazon for 4 bottles.

The eBay link is for the standard option bottles not the +

Might be worth changing the description slightly, hope this helps.
Shockey29/04/2020 12:21

Be aware these are of an old model the new version has different teats For …Be aware these are of an old model the new version has different teats For going up to level 2 tears etc, these older ones are difficult to get hold of we made this mistake and had to rebuy new bottles


Here is some information on this. You can buy a conversion kit. I didn't do the math if this is still a good deal in this case ...
drbrownsbaby.com/cus…ns/
Edited by: "textasy" 29th Apr
The worst bottles for feeding a baby known to man
textasy29/04/2020 12:38

Here is some information on this. You can buy a conversion kit. I didn't …Here is some information on this. You can buy a conversion kit. I didn't do the math if this is still a good deal in this case ...https://www.drbrownsbaby.com/customer-support/difference-between-options-and-options/



found them UK price £2.50 each the teats are £5 for 2 on amazon so to convert a pack will be £20 to convert them
Soapy198929/04/2020 12:41

The worst bottles for feeding a baby known to man


Have to say, my breastfed baby didn’t take to them (I wanted to let dad feed her once a day) but then I didn’t try very hard and breastfeeding just proved easier and she does all this cute stuff like laughing when I get my boob out
Soapy198929/04/2020 12:41

The worst bottles for feeding a baby known to man


Unfortunately Dr Browns were the only ones my son would drink from (after trying Tommee Tippee, Avent etc) This was 10 years ago.
These are brilliant bottles imo worked a treat for my one, went through so many different brands until we used these.
tiggyandpops29/04/2020 13:26

Unfortunately Dr Browns were the only ones my son would drink from (after …Unfortunately Dr Browns were the only ones my son would drink from (after trying Tommee Tippee, Avent etc) This was 10 years ago.


My son had them when he was 4 months but the options+ ones. He's now 8 months. I spent so much money on them and the steriliser too. They leaked constantly all over the place. Everyone I asked had the same problems 🙈
Soapy198929/04/2020 13:54

My son had them when he was 4 months but the options+ ones. He's now 8 …My son had them when he was 4 months but the options+ ones. He's now 8 months. I spent so much money on them and the steriliser too. They leaked constantly all over the place. Everyone I asked had the same problems 🙈

I don't remember the ones my son had leaking, just a bit of a faff with all the extra parts etc
Soapy198929/04/2020 13:54

My son had them when he was 4 months but the options+ ones. He's now 8 …My son had them when he was 4 months but the options+ ones. He's now 8 months. I spent so much money on them and the steriliser too. They leaked constantly all over the place. Everyone I asked had the same problems 🙈


We used these with our son and they were easily the best we tried. Rarely leaked and he never suffered from colic. They we recommended by a friend who had a similar experience.
I used Dr Brown bottles for both of my children, now ages 6 and 10 and would really highly recommend. Not sure on pricing as been out of the baby game for years but as for quality and functionality of the product I thought it was amazing.
Decent bottles, had them with our first born. We ended up settling on MAM bottles with our recent additions. Easy to clean and the ability to sterilise in the microwave is great.
Edited by: "SuperHardCousin" 30th Apr
Soapy198929/04/2020 13:54

My son had them when he was 4 months but the options+ ones. He's now 8 …My son had them when he was 4 months but the options+ ones. He's now 8 months. I spent so much money on them and the steriliser too. They leaked constantly all over the place. Everyone I asked had the same problems 🙈


The green stoppers harden over time and don’t seal the top of the bottle properly, causing leaks. If you contact Doc Brown he will send you the plans for his time machine and tell you that you need to generate 1.21 GigaWatts....

Seriously though, they’ll send you some new stoppers for free.
Edited by: "Murgatr0yd" 30th Apr
Can I use these for working out?
Shockey29/04/2020 13:03

found them UK price £2.50 each the teats are £5 for 2 on amazon so to c …found them UK price £2.50 each the teats are £5 for 2 on amazon so to convert a pack will be £20 to convert them


Asda Narrow teats fit on the old style bottles. That’s what we did, not more than £2 for 2 teats.
Edited by: "londongirl2510" 30th Apr
We used Dr Browns with our son who had reflux but we got the original wide neck ones second hand, I’ve not heard good things about the new ones, leaking etc.
They did massively help with his reflux though, we used them until he was about 10 months then moved to normal tommee tippee.
Havent tried these ones, but we have had major issues getting out baby to take a bottle (he;s breadfed).

I seemed to have had success with Lansinoh bottles recently which work out around the same price as Dr Browns bottles. Might be worth a go for those that are struggling with their baby taking to a bottle.

We have tried MAM, NUK, Tommee Tippee and some other brand we seen advertised on facebook, all have not worked!
You can get the teats directly from dr browns for these bottles
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Improved our babies sleeping, I guess they worked, but if you do them up to tight or overfill them they will leak.
Murgatr0yd30/04/2020 02:14

The green stoppers harden over time and don’t seal the top of the bottle p …The green stoppers harden over time and don’t seal the top of the bottle properly, causing leaks. If you contact Doc Brown he will send you the plans for his time machine and tell you that you need to generate 1.21 GigaWatts....Seriously though, they’ll send you some new stoppers for free.


I did contact them and she seemed really shocked to hear they leaked wouldn't replace anything though and tried to blame it on the milk. I just bought tommee tippee bottles instead and theyve been fab
Soapy198901/05/2020 21:46

I did contact them and she seemed really shocked to hear they leaked …I did contact them and she seemed really shocked to hear they leaked wouldn't replace anything though and tried to blame it on the milk. I just bought tommee tippee bottles instead and theyve been fab


Ours leaked and when we contacted them they apologised and stated that it was a known issue with a certain design of stopper. They sent us some new stoppers which have never caused a problem, however they now get less use as we have a variety of other brands.

We have had a good experience with the Munchkin Latch bottles.
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