Tommee Tippee closer to nature perfect prep machine £20 Asda instore
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Tommee Tippee closer to nature perfect prep machine £20 Asda instore

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Found 29th Dec 2013
Saw this in Asda Wrexham earlier today £20 from £99 reduced to clear, don't know if it is nationwide.

Mark

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doubt national but good for those that can get one.

these are full price in mothercare . heat added. pitty my kids are 1 and 3

Still full price on Asda.com (£99.99) Worth a trip down to the local store..

probably a wild goose chase but amazing price if you can get one!

Amazing if you can get one!

I thought I had got a Gud deal gettin one for £40! But £20 is an amazon price!!

Did you get the last one at Wrexham?

Wow great price. No big asda's near me if anybody can pick me one up il pay for postage. lowest I've seen is £67.

These are really bad pieces of kit which break all the rules of preparing a bottle: don't boil (and thus don't sterilise) water before cooling to the right temp and instead heat in a reservoir to a bacteria loving temperature; they sometimes utilise metal containing filters which pass on harmful ions to the milk formula and they charge you for the privilege! I have this on authority from several experienced midwives who told me to disuade people from using these wherever possible: hence this rather elongated comment! Good deal, just a poor piece of kit

james1005

These are really bad pieces of kit which break all the rules of preparing … These are really bad pieces of kit which break all the rules of preparing a bottle: don't boil (and thus don't sterilise) water before cooling to the right temp and instead heat in a reservoir to a bacteria loving temperature; they sometimes utilise metal containing filters which pass on harmful ions to the milk formula and they charge you for the privilege! I have this on authority from several experienced midwives who told me to disuade people from using these wherever possible: hence this rather elongated comment! Good deal, just a poor piece of kit



How can they advertise it as following all the guidelines then? Not being funny, genuinely want to know. I understood that the filter did the job of making the water safe in place of boiling it and that the initial 'hot shot' killed the bacteria in the powder.

james1005

These are really bad pieces of kit which break all the rules of preparing … These are really bad pieces of kit which break all the rules of preparing a bottle: don't boil (and thus don't sterilise) water before cooling to the right temp and instead heat in a reservoir to a bacteria loving temperature; they sometimes utilise metal containing filters which pass on harmful ions to the milk formula and they charge you for the privilege! I have this on authority from several experienced midwives who told me to disuade people from using these wherever possible: hence this rather elongated comment! Good deal, just a poor piece of kit



social media you have to love it.... lol what an idiot who has no clue

How lazy have you got to be to use one of these machines. Just make the next days bottles the night before with boiling water and then re-heat. Waste of money.

I have one of these and it is fantastic and what a great deal. I have shown this to my midwife and health visitor and both where highly impressed.

i am not lazy!!! my baby is lactose intolerant and the substitute milk she has cannot be prepared in advance plus all guidelines advice against pre-prepared bottles hence the perfect prep being a vital peice of kit in our house. and to be fair anything to make a new mums life easier has to be a bonus. if I was to recommend anything to a new mum it would be the perfect prep.
heat add im tempted to get another at this price as a spare

marv31

How lazy have you got to be to use one of these machines. Just make the … How lazy have you got to be to use one of these machines. Just make the next days bottles the night before with boiling water and then re-heat. Waste of money.

- Very lazy indeed lol

marv31

How lazy have you got to be to use one of these machines. Just make the … How lazy have you got to be to use one of these machines. Just make the next days bottles the night before with boiling water and then re-heat. Waste of money.


I am not lazy! my baby is lactose intolerant and the formula she has cannot be pre prepared thus the perfect prep being a vital peice of kit in our house. plus current guidelines say not to pre prepare bottles. and lets face it anything that makes a new mums life easier has to be a good thing.
heat added for me im tempted to get another one at this price as a spare

james1005

These are really bad pieces of kit which break all the rules of preparing … These are really bad pieces of kit which break all the rules of preparing a bottle: don't boil (and thus don't sterilise) water before cooling to the right temp and instead heat in a reservoir to a bacteria loving temperature; they sometimes utilise metal containing filters which pass on harmful ions to the milk formula and they charge you for the privilege! I have this on authority from several experienced midwives who told me to disuade people from using these wherever possible: hence this rather elongated comment! Good deal, just a poor piece of kit



It may not boil but takes the hot shot of water to 82 degrees or above which is the required temp too kill bacteria. Current guidelines are too make a fresh feed when baby wants it, so you having a screaming child in one arm at 2am waking the rest of household and neighbours. Whilst waiting for kettle to boil, 10 mins (As milk manufacturer recommends) Add milk then wait until room temp too feed??

marv31 - we fear change. Suppose you have never used a microwave either, This machine is a godsend and is very useful for anyone that needs to save a little time (anyone that has a baby!)

good price but i think they are so pointless easier to do it the proper way

savagevixen- my pediatrician, midwife, and health visitor are more than happy for me to use the perfet prep my baby is happy and healthy and never waits longer than two mins for a feed! so thanks but I think I'll follow there advice on this one.

Anyone got 1 from Asda Hatfield? I doubt as there is only few collection of baby stuffs there

james1005

These are really bad pieces of kit which break all the rules of preparing … These are really bad pieces of kit which break all the rules of preparing a bottle: don't boil (and thus don't sterilise) water before cooling to the right temp and instead heat in a reservoir to a bacteria loving temperature; they sometimes utilise metal containing filters which pass on harmful ions to the milk formula and they charge you for the privilege! I have this on authority from several experienced midwives who told me to disuade people from using these wherever possible: hence this rather elongated comment! Good deal, just a poor piece of kit


Midwifes who change advice from month to month.....

It's not lazy at all! Why is something that takes all the stress out of getting your baby a bottle when they are screaming lazy? Had one of these for 6 months and it is brilliant! The boiling shot of water sterilises the milk powder and the special filter which you change cheaply every 3 months does the same job as boiled water. Perfect temp bottle in a couple of mins. To those who are criticising it, don't knock it until you try it. And at £20 it's HOT HOT HOT!!!

Great deal - for morons who've reproduced and can't even read a tin.

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Great deal - for morons who've reproduced and can't even read a tin.



Great deal for people that can afford to purchase one, and want to save time - perfectly safely. Are you stupid enough to think this major brand could sell this product, if it wasn't safe. Now they're £20 even you can get one. Great deal HOT! Think I may well grab a spare.

Amazing price but would be surprised if it's national

savagevixen

the special filter which you change cheaply every 3 months does the same … the special filter which you change cheaply every 3 months does the same job as boiled water Yeah right, who told you that? Tommee Tippee? If that was the case we would all just buy a super special water filter and mix milk! It's a con....



Why are you being so rude and unpleasant to those who are being positive about the product? This I thought was a forum to post deals not to criticise people's choices. I think this product is great and have commented and voted as such. Please do not be disrespectful of my choices.

james1005

These are really bad pieces of kit which break all the rules of preparing … These are really bad pieces of kit which break all the rules of preparing a bottle: don't boil (and thus don't sterilise) water before cooling to the right temp and instead heat in a reservoir to a bacteria loving temperature; they sometimes utilise metal containing filters which pass on harmful ions to the milk formula and they charge you for the privilege! I have this on authority from several experienced midwives who told me to disuade people from using these wherever possible: hence this rather elongated comment! Good deal, just a poor piece of kit



Are you a health visitor??

heat added op, great price for a great machine, our daughter has reflux and is on staydown milk. The tin advises to fill sterlised bottles with cooled boiled water and cool quick to store water in fridge open to bacteria, both ped and hv ( who i would listen to alot more than midwives) agreed with me and oh the perfect prep is a better way to prepare her feeds.

Better still breastfeed for free!

Excellent price for this item!
And remember boys and girls "if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all"

savagevixen

Haha lol. I really am not bothered what the individual does with their … Haha lol. I really am not bothered what the individual does with their baby, my bottlefeds never waited more that 42 seconds which was a godsend and I'd never do any different (as I was advised by paediatricians this was safe- at the time this was the advice and is still 'safe') , luckily no 7 is still breastfed and doesnt have to deal with disgusting formula at all.However you should be concerned that a mass company is making money duping mothers into going against the guidelines. My Health visitor didn't realise until we discussed that the machine only filtered the water! They assume becuase it's a machine for baby milk it follows the guidelines. Did you actually asked these professionals that you mention if it was ok to mix your infants bottle with filtered water that had been sat warm in a tank all day? They would say 'no', obviously. If they did not then you should question each of them. I honestly do not believe your little list of professionals actually advised you to use this machine? Where do you live?) I am seeing 2 paediatricians at Bristol Children's hospital next month (gastro departments) and I am going to check with them on this as I find it fascinating how people will just buy things and use them without questionning, just because a manufacturer promotes it. I mean what adult with any common sense who knows the guidelines would give a newborn, milk mixed with filtered water that has been sat in a tank, and is not sterile or fresh? A daft risk.I am glad your baby is fine, the majority will be. It will just be the little ones every now and again that get some nasty bug from the non sterile water, probably a newborn, and then there will be an investigation.Over and out. Great price.



nice of you to be concerned about other people when you micro wave a babies bottle of milk, sure you didn't tell your health professionals that.

I had a few of these from Amazon, all replaced until they refunded in the end and briefly stopped selling. The reason was each time it gave out a different quantity of water. Anyone who has one I would strongly advise you to run the cycle and use an empty bottle and see how many ounces of water you get. With the three I would set it to 7oz (for example) and test it. 3 times in a row which should have provided an accurate amount of water it varied by as much as 1oz either less or more. It would be a useful product if it did what it says its supposed to do. I can't have been unlucky enough to get three duds in a row.

"Follow the guidelines" - there are no guidelines surrounding this type of equipment. Manufacturaly speaking of course but in relation to health, no.

Saying that, great price and takes away the concern I have of people making feeds incorrectly.

But I have a better deal.. It's completely free! It's called breastfeeding!
I'm sure most mothers nowadays are at a lost as to what this is...

af1

"Follow the guidelines" - there are no guidelines surrounding this type … "Follow the guidelines" - there are no guidelines surrounding this type of equipment. Manufacturaly speaking of course but in relation to health, no.Saying that, great price and takes away the concern I have of people making feeds incorrectly.But I have a better deal.. It's completely free! It's called breastfeeding!I'm sure most mothers nowadays are at a lost as to what this is...



When I say in relation to health, I mean the ever changing advice on how to prepare feeds etc...

I'm not sure how these work really? But I was told all water needs to be boiled to kill of bacteria which filtering on its own won't do and water shouldn't be reheated?

disgusting formula? Was good enough to feed your child! What's so disgusting about

current guidelines are sterilise bottle, boil at least one litre of water, wait 10 minutes, add milk powder wait to cool and feed and to do this every time baby needs a feed. Your rabbiting on about guidelines yet happy to say you don't follow them.

so please ask the peads, hv or midwife why at least one litre of water as when I asked nobody had a clue.

8 years ago in scbu itu they added milk to room temp water that had been boiled previously. If that was good enough for my critically Ill child then I'm sure the perfect prep is fine

Too many know it all's, I have one and very handy at 2am, just makes life easier - great product and great price if you get it for £20, paid around £70 for mine. Heat added!

might try and hunt one of these down after work tonight
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