Philips Avent ltd edition pink 9oz bottles twin pack - Sainsburys instore £2.75
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Philips Avent ltd edition pink 9oz bottles twin pack - Sainsburys instore £2.75

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Found 4th Mar 2013
Philips Avent range, pink ltd edition bottles 9oz

We are avent parents, it works for us.
Elsewhere the prices are 7.33 amazon, 10.50 ocado, 13.00 mothercare so reduced to 2.75 instore was a bargain.

Sainsburys Farlington although the labels were out suggesting it's a nationwide.

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Great deal. I've used Avent bottles with both of my kids and had no problems. Even if you don't get on with Avent bottles, this is undeniably an amazing price. Hot!

Not showing up reduced online or in my store fallowfield Manchester.. However voted HOT! Great deal

Original Poster

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None in Sainsbury Brighouse, but great price if you can find it.

Question for an parents reading this, I don't know whether to go for Avent bottles or Tommee Tippee. Anything particular I should be considering?
Thanks in advance

think it's personal preference . we had both but I found the tt treats clapsed a lot so we went with avent long term but I know other people that get on really well with tt - I'd try both and see which ur lo prefers

avent bottle's cap is easier to open than tt. And if u hav very young baby, like <2 months, teats of avent is better, the flow wont be too fast.

Does this offer only apply to the pink bottles, or can you get the blue ones at this price too??

Original Poster

pink, blue and clear bottles.

I found with TT that you had to hold the bottle near vertical to get all the milk out the teat, with Avent you can get it on a 45 degree, we went for avent in the end and I also really like their steamer. The cap is a lot easier to get on and off with Avent and also getting the teat to sit in the rim is easier.

Jimmyboy

Question for an parents reading this, I don't know whether to go for … Question for an parents reading this, I don't know whether to go for Avent bottles or Tommee Tippee. Anything particular I should be considering?Thanks in advance



Assuming you, or your otherhalf, breastfeed then you dont need any bottles at all!!

Only buy them if you need them

Original Poster

Globally less than 40% of infants under six months of age are exclusively … Globally less than 40% of infants under six months of age are exclusively breastfed



World Health Organisation facts.

Thanks for all the info. We are planning to breast feed (more specifically my wife!) but just getting prepped in case we move to bottles. Think I'll try them both.

Original Poster

If you express then you can (as the father) also help out with feeds, I used to do the 10pm feed to allow the Mrs to get ane arly night or two.

ellie27

Assuming you, or your otherhalf, breastfeed then you dont need any … Assuming you, or your otherhalf, breastfeed then you dont need any bottles at all!!Only buy them if you need them



Why would you assume that someone else would breastfeed? Jimmyboy was asking for advice over which bottles are best, not about breastfeeding. I wish I'd had some bottles in the house when breastfeeding didn't work out with my first child - my hubby had to go out to the shops and buy them whilst I stayed at home with a screaming, dehydrated baby. I'd always advise to buy a couple of bottles and keep them at hand, 'just-in-case'.
Edited by: "Monkeybum01" 5th Mar 2013

Monkeybum01

Why would you assume that someone else would breastfeed? Jimmyboy was … Why would you assume that someone else would breastfeed? Jimmyboy was asking for advice over which bottles are best, not about breastfeeding. I wish I'd had some bottles in the house when breastfeeding didn't work out with my first child - my hubby had to go out to the shops and buy them whilst I stayed at home with a screaming, dehydrated baby. I'd always advise to buy a couple of bottles and keep them at hand, 'just-in-case'.



Since breastmilk is far superior to formula then I would like to assume most folk would give it a go, and since this is a money saving site and breastfeeding is free and quite possible you may not need any bottles then I was just saying so! I dont mean to offend anyone

I'm sure that Jimmyboy is well aware of the benefits of breastmilk if his wife is pregnant. In any case, like the OP has stated in a previous post, breast milk can be fed from a bottle if expressed, as well as directly from mum. Considering your comment was not meant to offend anyone, it came across as slightly self-righteous to me!

I agree - the question was about bottles - there was no need to preach about breast feeding. I'm sure everyone knows the benefits and it's a personal choice

another breastfeeding warrior written work i see!

Avent bottles have worked well for us, but try both. Breastfeeding is great but such hard work in the beginning, I am mixed feeding, great, all the benefits with some sleep. Hate the pressure to breastfeed, buy the bottles & do what's best for you,

We003EllaSofia

Avent bottles have worked well for us, but try both. Breastfeeding is … Avent bottles have worked well for us, but try both. Breastfeeding is great but such hard work in the beginning, I am mixed feeding, great, all the benefits with some sleep. Hate the pressure to breastfeed, buy the bottles & do what's best for you,



What an honest comment and realistic perspective on the subject.

Out of interest, has anyone else managed to get these bottles apart from the OP??
I went to Sainsburys this morning and they were scanning at £11
Great deal if you can get them at that price.
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