MAM 260ml Anti-Colic Self-Sterilising Baby Bottles - 3 pack - Blue or Pink. £7.99. HALF PRICE @ Argos with free delivery. RRP and current Amazon price £16.50
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MAM 260ml Anti-Colic Self-Sterilising Baby Bottles - 3 pack - Blue or Pink. £7.99. HALF PRICE @ Argos with free delivery. RRP and current Amazon price £16.50

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Found 12th Sep 2013
Currently £16.50 on Amazon.

These bottles were my saviour for our colicky baby. This is a great price! You can ask Kiddicare to price match and get 25% off the difference, so they'd be £6.37. But only worth doing if you're spending over £29.99 for free delivery, or can pick up in store. Otherwise Argos is your best bet, still a fab price and free delivery.

They are available at this price in blue or pink.

Link goes to Argos, take a screenshot, and email Kiddicare

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How much is postage with kiddicare? Will it effectively end up the same price as argos when postage is added?

Ordered some blue ones for my boy due in January. Great find. will compliment my mam bottle starter set and sterilizer + bottle set (£13.50 on amazon atm)

Original Poster

You can purchase in a Kiddicare store at the 'price match' price, but only worth buying from them online if you're buying other items and qualify for free delivery, which is what I said above. However, they are still half the RRP in Argos, so a good deal to be had.

Tami-

How much is postage with kiddicare? Will it effectively end up the same … How much is postage with kiddicare? Will it effectively end up the same price as argos when postage is added?



Argos got free delivery on that product.

Do these bottles not self sterilise? So why do u need a steriliser too?

Did u mean bottle starter set and steriliser for 13.50- cant see
It on Amazon

Mam bottles are fantastic

anita77

Do these bottles not self sterilise? So why do u need a steriliser too?


I mean the sterilizer/bottle set. the starter set is separate. but the sterilizer comes with 2 bottles. a soother and teat tongs for £13.50
They do self sterilize but with a sterilizer i can do alot of bottles at once and other baby stuff also. so the sterilizer isn't just to sterilize bottles but it comes with 2 bottles for just £13.50 so that's why I got that set.

Ok thx. I've been looking at these bottles - have a tommee tippee breast pump tho and need a new steriliser. £13.50 is good with the bottles. Shame it's green tho- would prefer to get the colour when I know what we're having

We use these, theyre great but if youre planning on formula feeding you cant add boiling water to the bottles or they tend to leak. We switched to these from avent so use our avent bottles for the hot water.
So our 2 month old has 5oz, we put 2oz boiling water into the avent bottle, add formula, mix or shake, then add it to the mam bottle which has 3oz of cooled, boiled water in that we keep in the back of the fridge, or we use cooled, boiled water from the "baby jug" if we don't have bottles in the fridge, and mix. This also means the bottles are ready to go and don't need cooling down which is great with a hungry baby.

This is a decent set!

I normally breastfeed but when we do switch over to formula I keep a thermos full of cool boiled water and use that.

Pink/Purple in stock again

Found the three we have quite often leak. Not that impressed myself good find nevertheless

Sound as a £

Found the three we have quite often leak. Not that impressed myself good … Found the three we have quite often leak. Not that impressed myself good find nevertheless



I have read a trick that stops the bottles leaking, tried it myself and it works (maybe its because i only use it occasionally). After sterilising, the rubber seal in the bottom vented lid would become loose, but you can't use you finger to push it down (defeat the purpose of sterilising). So what you can do is, while the screw lid (with teat) is still sitting on top of that rubber seal, grab the side of the screw lid and use that screw lid to press the rubber seal down. Hope that helps
Edited by: "Jessyca88" 16th Oct 2013

Got some from kiddiecare who price matched plus the difference so £6.34
We have been using Dr Browns but thought would try for the money. Unlike Dr Browns my daughter took in lots of air, the tite went flat and we burped her for much longer. They have an equal distribution flow which will be good in a few months but for a 4 week old / new born I wouldn't recommend

The pink 160ml were out of stock in Argos. Managed to pick some up from a large Boots for £7.75.
It was the lasts pink one at the end of the Ilse in Kew but there were some blue ones still left.
I don't recall seeing them labelled as £7.75 but that is what it scanned as.
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