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Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Perfect Prep Machine £67.15 (£52.15 with code) @ Amazon
Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Perfect Prep Machine £67.15 (£52.15 with code) @ Amazon

Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Perfect Prep Machine £67.15 (£52.15 with code) @ Amazon

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The machine is currently £67.15 but if you join prime for a free month trial you can get £15 off with the code BABYGC16 which will bring the price down to £52.15.
I don't have prime but I am so tempted to sign up for a month trial as a lot of mums recommended this prep machine.

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Great price. Just packed mine away after almost 12 months of use. So easy to use and saves so much time and crying for the 3am bottles

Trevormal

Great price. Just packed mine away after almost 12 months of use. So easy … Great price. Just packed mine away after almost 12 months of use. So easy to use and saves so much time and crying for the 3am bottles



Packed away...not sold on?

Great machine, would recommend!

Dunno how we ever survived without them

Hooray! Cannot wait for the baby-feeding police to arrive in the comments

Best invention ever!!! Good price too.

hc4eva

Packed away...not sold on?



​She might be planning on having another child at some point, you know? Pointless selling on if that's the case.

hc4eva

Packed away...not sold on?



Am planning to sell at some point

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How long does the tomme tippee filter really last?

diormioamica

How long does the tomme tippee filter really last?



My baby is 10 weeks & just had to change the 1st one

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staceybaby

My baby is 10 weeks & just had to change the 1st one


Thank you. That's not bad at all. Now, I need to find a good deal on filters.

Check out wilko universal filters £5

The warning light tended to come on after a couple of months,decided to wait until it flashed with the last filter(to say it needed changing) it never did after 5 months.

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Thanks a lot

Paid £120 for mine last year ... I'd still be happy to pay that again.... As for the filter, you don't need to change it as soon as the light starts to flash, it will get to a point when the water will take to long to pass through the filter, that's when I change mine, the machine will carry on making bottles it doesn't just stop .... ..... Also I've had the temperature light come on a few times, just means on a warm day the water in the machine has got to warm so drop a few ice cubes in...

Check out wilko universal filters £5

Jolenejo

Paid £120 for mine last year ... I'd still be happy to pay that again.... … Paid £120 for mine last year ... I'd still be happy to pay that again.... As for the filter, you don't need to change it as soon as the light starts to flash, it will get to a point when the water will take to long to pass through the filter, that's when I change mine, the machine will carry on making bottles it doesn't just stop .... ..... Also I've had the temperature light come on a few times, just means on a warm day the water in the machine has got to warm so drop a few ice cubes in...



Didn't realise u cud still use the machine with the filter light on, I was back to using the kettle till my filters got delivered

Can you use any bottles with this? We have the advent system and wondering if we can use this?

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gta15

Can you use any bottles with this? We have the advent system and … Can you use any bottles with this? We have the advent system and wondering if we can use this?


I think so. I read it on one of the reviews.

Very impressive product I had no idea this even existed, looks like a very good price too and a lovely present for an expectant or new mum.
Edited by: "deany76" 8th Aug 2016

Cheers OP, gone for the black to match the kitchen for a couple quid more

Was cheaper on prime day got mine then

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staceybaby

My baby is 10 weeks & just had to change the 1st one



Ours is still going strong after 14 weeks.

MrScotchBonnet

Ours is still going strong after 14 weeks.



My wee tank been on 9oz bottles for weeks tho. Think I've went through more litres of water hence the light

Thanks op been holding off buying this till it came down from £70, got 12 filters and the machine for £67, happy days.

does this stay on all the time, like the tommee tippeee bottle warmer. ie, keeping a bit of water hot, wasting electric. or does it just boil some water when you press the start button. is the minium number 4, so 120ml ?
Edited by: "AlexBleubolt" 9th Aug 2016

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taker920

Cheers OP, gone for the black to match the kitchen for a couple quid more … Cheers OP, gone for the black to match the kitchen for a couple quid more



I ordered the red one for the same reason

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AlexBleubolt

does this stay on all the time, like the tommee tippeee bottle warmer. … does this stay on all the time, like the tommee tippeee bottle warmer. ie, keeping a bit of water hot, wasting electric. or does it just boil some water when you press the start button. is the minium number 4, so 120ml ?




It only boils the water when you press the start button. Usually newborns don't start with 4 ounces 120ml. I watched a video on YouTube a mother said she used the start button to stop the machine at 90 ml. I am worried about the temperature of the milk (maybe too hot)
Edited by: "diormioamica" 9th Aug 2016

after being a father for the last year, my thoughts on this product... WORTH EVERY PENNY!

I must be a bad parent as we just prepare bottles with cool boiled water before we go up to bed, add the prepared powder in the night when needed (using a travel dispenser with the correct amount added) and use that...

angel69

Check out wilko universal filters £5



These were £3 for 3 when I bought some about 2 weeks ago, so they may still be on offer.

I thought this was a load of tosh when my other half kept harping on about it, but in all honesty it's been well worth the money. Incredibly convenient and the bottle is at the right temp when it's done, so no more standing about with it in a jug of cold water while your baby is screaming because you left it in the hot too long!

Do you still have to sterilise the bottles before using this?

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Peach25

Do you still have to sterilise the bottles before using this?


Yes.

vijay1234

I must be a bad parent as we just prepare bottles with cool boiled water … I must be a bad parent as we just prepare bottles with cool boiled water before we go up to bed, add the prepared powder in the night when needed (using a travel dispenser with the correct amount added) and use that...


Water had to be 70 degrees to kill bacteria in formula, Hv advise against pre making bottles!

angel69

Water had to be 70 degrees to kill bacteria in formula, Hv advise against … Water had to be 70 degrees to kill bacteria in formula, Hv advise against pre making bottles!



But is the 'cooler' water that is added boiled and therefore sterile? If not, then that water could contain bacteria...
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