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Mam Anti-Colic Self-Sterilising Bottle Set (15 pieces) only £15 at Amazon with free Prime Delivery (saving 68% RRP £46.60)
Mam Anti-Colic Self-Sterilising Bottle Set (15 pieces) only £15 at Amazon with free Prime Delivery (saving 68% RRP £46.60)

Mam Anti-Colic Self-Sterilising Bottle Set (15 pieces) only £15 at Amazon with free Prime Delivery (saving 68% RRP £46.60)

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Great deal on this starter set! Went on sale at Babies R Us last week for £14.99 but had to pay postage on top.

Only £15 on amazon today and if you've prime membership then delivery is free.

Think this has just gone live as i've been looking all weekend for this set and couldn't find it below £30 with delivery.

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Thanks for posting, image added

best bottles ever!!

how good are these? i have the dr brown bottles that supposedly do the same thing, and my wee boy still gets colic?

Hi is this the same starter set as on tesco tesco.com/dir…prd ?

brilliant bottles and such a good price

Perfect, just what I was after! Used them for my daughter who had severe colic & reflux, these were an absolute godsend!! Due baby 3 in 8 wks and needed more bottles as a back up for BF :-) couldn't recommend them enough! Xx

Original Poster

JLLM - yes this looks like the same deal - wonder if they have all gone live today as they were still full price this morning when I was hunting around for them.

Glad you got them xemma4waynex :-)

took the plunge - dunno if these will be any better than the dr brown bottles but willing to give it a go at this price!! anyone else moved from dr brown to these and found them better?

torihec

JLLM - yes this looks like the same deal - wonder if they have all gone … JLLM - yes this looks like the same deal - wonder if they have all gone live today as they were still full price this morning when I was hunting around for them.Glad you got them xemma4waynex :-)



Great thank you. Thanks for posting will order from Tesco & use my clubcard boost!

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sounds like a good idea! I'd have done the same if I hadnt used the points at the weekend ;-)

n64play

I recently recommended them to a relative who has a baby suffering with colic who was using dr browns and she said that I was the first person to recommend these to her and they are brilliant

I've used them for all 3 of my girls never had any problems or needed to change (after initially trying avent tommee tippee and nuby) these are fab

better still the pack takes you right through to when they will start having cups (with the trainer spout) AND they sterilise in the microwave - no separate steriliser required which I think is worth buying them for alone.

Sparkley123

n64playI recently recommended them to a relative who has a baby suffering … n64playI recently recommended them to a relative who has a baby suffering with colic who was using dr browns and she said that I was the first person to recommend these to her and they are brilliant I've used them for all 3 of my girls never had any problems or needed to change (after initially trying avent tommee tippee and nuby) these are fabbetter still the pack takes you right through to when they will start having cups (with the trainer spout) AND they sterilise in the microwave - no separate steriliser required which I think is worth buying them for alone.



great, willing to try anything at this point, as the wee guy is too young for gripe water at the mo
Edited by: "n64play" 28th Jul 2014

n64play

great, willing to try anything at this point, as the wee guy is too young … great, willing to try anything at this point, as the wee guy is too young for gripe water at the mo



Sorry to hijack the thread but try Colief, at £11.99 for a tiny bottle it's expensive but an absolute wonder! If you try it and it works you can then get it free on prescription. HTH!!

One good thing about Scotland we get prescriptions for free (no need to remind me about scroungers, they get them for free anyway!)

Same price at Tesco with club card points.

Any idea how the self sterilising works? I've read the description and it kind of suggests you can put them in the microwave as they are to sterilise, is that right?
Perhaps they should be called easy sterilise rather than self!

Using the lid as a measure, you add a small amount of water into the bottom green compartment with the rest of the bottle loosely assembled and then put the lid on top. Very easy and useful for when out and about or just can't be bothered to take full kit to in-laws etc. These are are fave bottles and are a bargain.

Thanks for the info that does sound good. I've got a microwave steriliser but annoyingly it doesn't fit either microwave at my parents and in laws so would be easier with these.

Ty op!

graaaham

One good thing about Scotland we get prescriptions for free (no need to … One good thing about Scotland we get prescriptions for free (no need to remind me about scroungers, they get them for free anyway!)



Under 16's get free prescriptions in the UK too luckily! Otherwise the Colief would have cost us £150+ in the last 3 month

Thank You Ordered!

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Edited by: "neal" 29th Jul 2014

£19.60 now

Original Poster

thanks beerman! looks like its gone back up and tesco have sold out. hipe everyone who wanted one got one!

Best bottles ever, no need for a steriliser with these
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