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Tommee Tippee Closer To Nature Triple Pack 260ml/9fl oz feeding bottles - £2.99 in store
Tommee Tippee Closer To Nature Triple Pack 260ml/9fl oz feeding bottles - £2.99 in store

Tommee Tippee Closer To Nature Triple Pack 260ml/9fl oz feeding bottles - £2.99 in store

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Not a hot deal if you haven't got a baby but I was in the Southport Morrisons and noticed that the Tommee Tippee Closer To Nature Triple Pack 260ml/9fl oz feeding bottles were half price - normally £5.98 reduced to £2.99 (thought they were more than that as the 2 pack was £7.98?). I was going to buy some in Tesco last week but I'm glad I didn't as they were charging £9.99.

Sorry forgot to check the date the offer ended due to rushing around with a baby about to scream the store down.

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wicked ill pop round get some later just incase we end up expressing a few feeds. wasnt gonna bother but at this price, worth buying now on the off chance. instaed of waiting till i need to.

best bottle for expressed milk as less likely to get nipple confusion

Thanks will pop round to my local store. Voted Good deal.

hot deal

Excellent bottles, we used them for DS2, and the teats are much cheaper than Avent ones.

this is a wickedly hot deal i paid £10 for 4 bottles the other day will be getting some of these thanks op heat and rep added xxx

I got some of these, but breastfed baby refuses to use them. Great deal though

Very good price for a triple pack - I recall paying around £10

Personally I found the Advent Bottles better mind

Lord, that's hot!!!

Spent over £7 on just 2 of these bottles but baby refuses to accept it. We started off on the Avent bottles and I think the baby is now used to those he refuses to accept anything else :x These are supposed to be "breast-like" and maybe we should have started off with these instead.

Ah well, hot deal anyway. :thumbsup:

Great deal. Just bought the tommee Tippee Steriliser 1/2 price £19.99 from Toys r Us, if anyone wants to add that as separate deal feel free, its the plug in version not microwave one

voted hot I paid £4.99 for 3 in my local tk-max

We used these from birth with our little boy and he never had any confusion - they are great apart from one batch we had were the teat became very soft but all the others have been great.

Excellent price. Been looking for some of this ready for the arrival of my bundle of joy!

let the baby have real boob

Closer to nature? So not made out of unsafe polycarbonate then?

Didn't think so...

Not: on sale in my local Morrison's....:?

robbodobbo;2596443

let the baby have real boob



i agree but we were gonna get on the off chance we expressed for some reason given the price.


shame strood hasnt been made aware of this promotion- still 4.99 but having said that, still cheaper than bying two in boots or tesco. 7.50!!!

Does anyone know if this is a nationwide deal?

I bought a pack of 2 in morrisons last week. They were on special but think it was £5.99 that I paid reduced from £7.64

I have these and thats a great price. Cheaper to buy new bottles instead of new teats. My daughter was breastfed for 6 months and switched to these with no trouble. Only thing is vari flow teats can be a pain to get hold of. These bottles usually come with slow flow but when switching from bottle to breast with both children i went for vari flow as basically that is what a booby does.

hot deal hope theres some left in my local morrisons..

Laneyboo;2598097

hot deal hope theres some left in my local morrisons...

no one managed to get them for this price then in my local morrisons they where £4.99 so went to another 2 local stores and price was the same £4.99 maybe a lucky find

Our breast fed baby happily takes expressed milk from these. Great for when the missus has to go out and leave me with the little guy

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robbodobbo;2596443

let the baby have real boob



Comments like that really **** me off, why do some people think because you bottle feed a baby that it's wrong. Yes breast feeding is the best option and it's free but some people don't get the choice. My girlfriend wanted to breast feed so we attended NCT classes for that reason, she tried very hard to get it established but the baby just couldn't do it, which was causing too much stress for both of them (and me!). We asked for and got a lot of help but in the end had to go to bottle feeding, this made my girlfriend feel like a failure and she ended up with bad postnatal depression. It is this type of comment which puts immense pressure on mothers who are trying to breast feed and if they can't, for whatever reason, it makes them feel like failures. Yes urge people to at least try it but if it doesn't work then it's perfectly OK to bottle feed (essential in fact) or perhaps you think the baby should be left to starve to death?

Before making pointless ill-informed comments like that use your brain, in fact I thought this was a hot deals site not a site promoting breast feeding? The 'real boob' seems to be you. :x

ibrox_hunk;2599374

no one managed to get them for this price then in my local morrisons they … no one managed to get them for this price then in my local morrisons they where £4.99 so went to another 2 local stores and price was the same £4.99 maybe a lucky find



Anyway as for the deal, as I pointed out in my original post I thought it was strange that the 3 bottles were £5.98 (originally) but the pack of 2 were £7.98, they may have made a mistake but it came out as £2.99 on the receipt, quite strange for me to get lucky! :thinking:

Just thinking, perhaps because Southport is full of rather old people there isn't much call for baby feeding bottles, hence the reduction, then again they could be useful for the toothless ones!

Gitfinger;2600686

Comments like that really **** me off, why do some people think because … Comments like that really **** me off, why do some people think because you bottle feed a baby that it's wrong. Yes breast feeding is the best option and it's free but some people don't get the choice. My girlfriend wanted to breast feed so we attended NCT classes for that reason, she tried very hard to get it established but the baby just couldn't do it, which was causing too much stress for both of them (and me!). We asked for and got a lot of help but in the end had to go to bottle feeding, this made my girlfriend feel like a failure and she ended up with bad postnatal depression. It is this type of comment which puts immense pressure on mothers who are trying to breast feed and if they can't, for whatever reason, it makes them feel like failures. Yes urge people to at least try it but if it doesn't work then it's perfectly OK to bottle feed (essential in fact) or perhaps you think the baby should be left to starve to death?Before making pointless ill-informed comments like that use your brain, in fact I thought this was a hot deals site not a site promoting breast feeding? The 'real boob' seems to be you. :x



well said! ^^^
And my morrisons had them For £4.99 but the pack of 2 smaller bottles where £7.99 so still a good price as well! hopefully they will sneak down though lol

i also just added to your rep behold your second spot! lol

Deleted User Name 3;2596798

Closer to nature? So not made out of unsafe polycarbonate then?Didn't … Closer to nature? So not made out of unsafe polycarbonate then?Didn't think so...



How is it unsafe?

Gitfinger;2600686

Comments like that really **** me off, why do some people think because … Comments like that really **** me off, why do some people think because you bottle feed a baby that it's wrong. Yes breast feeding is the best option and it's free but some people don't get the choice. My girlfriend wanted to breast feed so we attended NCT classes for that reason, she tried very hard to get it established but the baby just couldn't do it, which was causing too much stress for both of them (and me!). We asked for and got a lot of help but in the end had to go to bottle feeding, this made my girlfriend feel like a failure and she ended up with bad postnatal depression. It is this type of comment which puts immense pressure on mothers who are trying to breast feed and if they can't, for whatever reason, it makes them feel like failures. Yes urge people to at least try it but if it doesn't work then it's perfectly OK to bottle feed (essential in fact) or perhaps you think the baby should be left to starve to death?Before making pointless ill-informed comments like that use your brain, in fact I thought this was a hot deals site not a site promoting breast feeding? The 'real boob' seems to be you. :xAnyway as for the deal, as I pointed out in my original post I thought it was strange that the 3 bottles were £5.98 (originally) but the pack of 2 were £7.98, they may have made a mistake but it came out as £2.99 on the receipt, quite strange for me to get lucky! :thinking:Just thinking, perhaps because Southport is full of rather old people there isn't much call for baby feeding bottles, hence the reduction, then again they could be useful for the toothless ones!



I know the feeling of failure. I managed just 6 weeks with my first and i ended up deeply depressed. How ever my second baby was in special care for her 1st week of life but when she was 3 days old i was allowed to try feeding her. She took to the breast like a pro but also had top ups from a tiny weenie cup. She also decided when she wanted to stop breastfeeding herself and took to bottles straight away. Only problem I have now is at 9 months she doesn't like anything that doesn't come with a wide necked teat.
[COLOR="DarkRed"]Breast/bottle as long as baby gains weight and grows it doesn't matter[/COLOR]

Gazbert;2602667

How is it unsafe?



Because Bisphenol a (used in the manufacture of PC) is a endocrine disruptor causing cancer, uro-genital disorders etc.

BPA leeches into food/liquids that are stored in it (particularly when heated).

marketwatch.com/new…r_2
washingtonpost.com/wp-…tml
safemama.com/200…rs/

Canada became the first country to ban it's use in some products after more and more research in the past few years has shown that it is toxic.

Deleted User Name 3;2602780

http://www.marketwatch.com/news/story/chemical-food-cans-baby-bottles/story.aspx?guid=%7BB5B7A19E-EEBB-48E5-A5C8-BAA240E3D492%7D&dist=msr_2http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/story/2008/04/18/ST2008041803545.htmlhttp://safemama.com/2007/11/16/how-to-avoid-bpa-leeching-plastics-and-containers/.



Tommee Tippee also have information relating to this... tommeetippee.co.uk/con…s_/

According to ethicalconsumer.org/Fre…px 95% of bottles contain polycarbonate. I expect the other 5% are glass (which is not always easy to get hold of). Dr Brown, Advent, Tommee Tippee, ... have the same issues.

Regarding "let the baby have real boob", it reminds me when my wife phoned Aptamil advice line regarding how long it's safe to keep a milk for, the "expert" ended up spouting on that we should be giving breast milk instead of powered milk. Never mind our midwife and doctor urging us to switch to bottle due to our baby's excessive weight loss.

Gazzie;2603575

Never mind our midwife and doctor urging us to switch to bottle due to … Never mind our midwife and doctor urging us to switch to bottle due to our baby's excessive weight loss.


Midwives and doctors do this to totally healthy weight babies.

The UK guideline weights are much higher than those recommended by the WHO, as the UK bases a "healthy" weight on a bottlefed baby rather than a baby fed proper breast milk.

This is slowly changing in the NHS and some midwives are starting to ignore doctors/the government and use the WHO charts, but it isn't happening fast enough.

It doesn't help the UK's obesity problem either, with children overweight before they are even toddlers.
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