Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep @ Amazon £49.48 Delivered
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Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep @ Amazon £49.48 Delivered

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Found 2nd May 2014
Brilliant product! Makes perfect bottles for you baby and now half price

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This has been a godsend for us and our 5 month old. Bought it in the sale for about £70 back then so this is a great price. Heat!

Might wanna change the image though.

this came out too late for us. heat for price!

Wish I knew about this when I had my two...!

Best price I have seen this for I have been watching out for it! Thanks

Sounds like overkill to me - do we want to automate everything these days??
..Now I sound like my Mum!!

Anything that will save me time helps!

Amazing price. We paid £75 and think it's worth every penny!!

this is the world's best invented product for mums! Our first born had to scream for like half hour while we made his bottles fresh, second born only has to wait a minute! so on that note I don't mind 'automating' whatever makes life much easier

This machine boils some water, adds some powder, adds a shot of cold water to bring it to drinking temperature. I can do that myself within about 2 mins max.

£45.46 now from one of the third party sellers! Bargain.

waste of money imo. people managed without them before so I'm sure they still can!

Yes. You can manage without one but one night after months of sleep only in 45 minute patches my husband & I were trying to stay awake waiting for water to cool and we decided enough was enough.

It's true, you can manage without it. It's also true that you can eat without a knife and fork or even fight off mild infections without antibiotics, but this is a great option for those who want to embrace it.

ellie27

This machine boils some water, adds some powder, adds a shot of cold … This machine boils some water, adds some powder, adds a shot of cold water to bring it to drinking temperature. I can do that myself within about 2 mins max.



I totally agree,what a waste of money for what looks like a glorified bottle warmer!

It doesn't take long at all to heat a bottle of milk when needed.If its required at just room temp then having the bottles ready with the cooled boiled water is the easiest way and then just adding the powder when required.

It's been a while since mine were babies though so maybe babies are more complicated now?? Lol

Mind you I remember being a new mum especially with my first.
It is very easy to be convinced by all the new inventions-most of the time they are a waste of money.

I remember buying the lindam night and day heater thing as we had to stay at y mums for a couple if months while house having work,complete waste of time though it looked fantastic.

MissingRT

Yes. You can manage without one but one night after months of sleep only … Yes. You can manage without one but one night after months of sleep only in 45 minute patches my husband & I were trying to stay awake waiting for water to cool and we decided enough was enough. It's true, you can manage without it. It's also true that you can eat without a knife and fork or even fight off mild infections without antibiotics, but this is a great option for those who want to embrace it.



Why would you wait for water to cool? Would it not be easier preparing bottles before bed? Its hard enough having a baby let alone having to fart about in the middle of the night.
I remember sleepless nights well lol

I think comparing this to cutlery or antibiotics is a bit ridiculous,its not an essential item lol

Each to their own though and what works for one won't necessarily work for another. I did go through my fair share of gadgets/new ideas when my kiddies were babes
Edited by: "takethatfan1978" 2nd May 2014

takethatfan1978

I totally agree,what a waste of money for what looks like a glorified … I totally agree,what a waste of money for what looks like a glorified bottle warmer!It doesn't take long at all to heat a bottle of milk when needed.If its required at just room temp then having the bottles ready with the cooled boiled water is the easiest way and then just adding the powder when required.It's been a while since mine were babies though so maybe babies are more complicated now?? LolMind you I remember being a new mum especially with my first.It is very easy to be convinced by all the new inventions-most of the time they are a waste of money.I remember buying the lindam night and day heater thing as we had to stay at y mums for a couple if months while house having work,complete waste of time though it looked fantastic.



You make bottles with just cool water?

We have this and its great. Yes you can make 6 bottles in advance like we done with our oldest Son, but this is quick and easy and bottles are done within minutes.

Luckily our 9 week old Son sleeps from 10pm to 8am (woo hoo)

roadrunner1

You make bottles with just cool water?




Did you not see the word boiled after the word cooled ?

-Boil a small amount of water in the kettle (only enough to make a small cuppa tea so less than a minute to boil)
-If making a 6oz bottle then add 2 oz of the just boiled water into a bottle.
-Add 6 scoops of your formula and stir to dissolve
-Add 4 oz of previously cooled boiled water and stir

A perfect 6 oz bottle at the right temp, made according to guidelines of adding powder to hot water- that method is the same thing that this fancy machine is doing! I can do it within 2 mins

takethatfan1978

Did you not see the word boiled after the word cooled ?



I saw "If its required at just room temp then having the bottles ready with the cooled boiled water is the easiest way and then just adding the powder when required."

Breastfeeding is even easier

this product is amazing and the price is the best I have seen I paid £65

Badbear

Breastfeeding is even easier



Exactly!

Easier when out and about,easier at night too though I unfortunately only breastfed mine until they were around 4 months old but better than nothing.

Not everyone can do this though,I really struggled with one of mine due to problems and was ready to give up,a lot of tears and a lot of pain but managed to continue a bit longer.

Another new invention that I very nearly bought 10 years ago was this!

amazon.co.uk/gp/…r=1

Saw it in my local pram shop for £100 with a beautiful m&p pram on it. I bought the pram but not the rocker and glad I didn't. I know that I would never have used it. The shop assistants made it out to be the best thing since sliced bread especially for people who were also running around for older toddlers and maybe didn't have as much time to rock a pram. I very rarely rocked the flipping pram indoors lol



Edited by: "takethatfan1978" 2nd May 2014

total waste of money!

Voted hot to counteract the 'Breastapo' and Ellie. This site is about deals and £49 for this product is a very good price.

We have one of these and it's brilliant. It has saved us loads of time and my 2 year old loves pressing the button to 'help' us make his sisters bottles. Never needed to use it during the night as the baby has slept through from about 2 weeks but during the day it's great.






Edited by: "1on4" 2nd May 2014

ellie27

-Boil a small amount of water in the kettle (only enough to make a small … -Boil a small amount of water in the kettle (only enough to make a small cuppa tea so less than a minute to boil)-If making a 6oz bottle then add 2 oz of the just boiled water into a bottle.-Add 6 scoops of your formula and stir to dissolve-Add 4 oz of previously cooled boiled water and stirA perfect 6 oz bottle at the right temp, made according to guidelines of adding powder to hot water- that method is the same thing that this fancy machine is doing! I can do it within 2 mins



doing it this way means your powder to water ratio isn't right and powder not being diluted as its meant to as u r topping up to six ounces rather than adding powder to six ounces.

New version will come soon..which will feed the bottle and change the nsppies as well...;)

I'm guessing some of the 'know it all' comments are from people that have never had to endure a screaming hungry baby at 3am in the morning. Yes it's expensive but being able to plug that scream with a bottle at the correct temperature could be worth every penny.

Especially useful for first time mothers I would imagine, more for very young babies as well. Good company too with excellent customer services.

davelfc

I'm guessing some of the 'know it all' comments are from people that have … I'm guessing some of the 'know it all' comments are from people that have never had to endure a screaming hungry baby at 3am in the morning. Yes it's expensive but being able to plug that scream with a bottle at the correct temperature could be worth every penny.


better yet, make up a bottle as per guidelines, cool it and stick it in the fridge, then warm for 20 seconds - cue baby screaming for less than the 2 minutes that it would be if waiting for it's perfectly prepped bottle to appear!

takethatfan1978

I totally agree,what a waste of money for what looks like a glorified … I totally agree,what a waste of money for what looks like a glorified bottle warmer!It doesn't take long at all to heat a bottle of milk when needed.If its required at just room temp then having the bottles ready with the cooled boiled water is the easiest way and then just adding the powder when required.It's been a while since mine were babies though so maybe babies are more complicated now?? LolMind you I remember being a new mum especially with my first.It is very easy to be convinced by all the new inventions-most of the time they are a waste of money.I remember buying the lindam night and day heater thing as we had to stay at y mums for a couple if months while house having work,complete waste of time though it looked fantastic.


takethatfan1978

Did you not see the word boiled after the word cooled ?



It reads as if you boiled the tap water, put it into sterilised bottles and then added the powder when your baby needed a feed.

You need make the formula up with water that's over 70 degrees to kill any bacteria already present in the milk powder.

Haha love all the make your bottles in advance comments..... please come suggest this infront of my health visitor - just so I can watch her reaction !!

by todays guidlines you are meant to freshly boil the kettle each time your baby wants feeding and allow to cool cue at least 15min (if you dare break the rules and try to cool under tap ooooohhh naughty) if not 30min of screaming baby which by the time the bottles ready has worked themselves into such a state / got full of wind they cant feed properly.

I didnt have one of these with my first, I do with my second paid almost £100 and it is worth every single penny !!

The worlds moving forward people move with it lol

laurieleigh

better yet, make up a bottle as per guidelines, cool it and stick it in … better yet, make up a bottle as per guidelines, cool it and stick it in the fridge, then warm for 20 seconds - cue baby screaming for less than the 2 minutes that it would be if waiting for it's perfectly prepped bottle to appear!



From the NHS Choices site

"Bacteria multiply very fast at room temperature. Even when the feed is kept in a fridge, bacteria can still survive and multiply, although they do this more slowly. The risk of infection increases over time so that is why it is important to make up the feed only as your baby needs it."

This is new information to me, I had always assumed you boiled the tap water to kill the bacteria in the tap water, not bacteria in the formula.

We boiled our water, let it cool a bit, put it in sterilised bottles and then put them in the fridge. When our babies needed fed we would heat a bottle to drinking temp, add the formula and shake.

What have we done to our 3 kids oO

daisysmama

doing it this way means your powder to water ratio isn't right and powder … doing it this way means your powder to water ratio isn't right and powder not being diluted as its meant to as u r topping up to six ounces rather than adding powder to six ounces.



This would work if you poured a pre-measured 4 ounces of cooled boiled water into the bottle. An interesting idea.

laurieleigh

better yet, make up a bottle as per guidelines, cool it and stick it in … better yet, make up a bottle as per guidelines, cool it and stick it in the fridge, then warm for 20 seconds - cue baby screaming for less than the 2 minutes that it would be if waiting for it's perfectly prepped bottle to appear!



that's why machines like this have been produced because current guidelines say you should never ever pre prepare bottles because that's when bacteria forms. no doubt in five years time they will change it again! my midwife told me never to do it yet I know loads of people that have and its never done any harm

Freddie Mercury

This would work if you poured a pre-measured 4 ounces of cooled boiled … This would work if you poured a pre-measured 4 ounces of cooled boiled water into the bottle. An interesting idea.



what I did was put three ounces of cooled boiled water in bottle in fridge. then when needed a bottle topped up with three ounces of boiled water in bottle then add powder. no need to rehe PPPat etc as perfect temp but some people would argue the water wouldn't be at right temp to kill bacteria in the formula I just did this cause midwife said was best and easiest way. worked for me!!

*reheat

laurieleigh

better yet, make up a bottle as per guidelines, cool it and stick it in … better yet, make up a bottle as per guidelines, cool it and stick it in the fridge, then warm for 20 seconds - cue baby screaming for less than the 2 minutes that it would be if waiting for it's perfectly prepped bottle to appear!



guidelines require bottles to be made as and when not made and stored in the fridge ready for warming and use


IMHO a very worthwhile piece of kit we still use our now for our 9mth old. best thing I have bought tbh

daisysmama

doing it this way means your powder to water ratio isn't right and powder … doing it this way means your powder to water ratio isn't right and powder not being diluted as its meant to as u r topping up to six ounces rather than adding powder to six ounces.



You dont top up to 6oz, you add another measured out 4oz. A 6oz prepared formula feed looks around 7oz made up. The method is exactly same way the machine makes it, simple

Freddie Mercury

It reads as if you boiled the tap water, put it into sterilised bottles … It reads as if you boiled the tap water, put it into sterilised bottles and then added the powder when your baby needed a feed. You need make the formula up with water that's over 70 degrees to kill any bacteria already present in the milk powder.



No I didn't,I breastfed when I could and when not I made the bottles up with the hot water,let them cool a bit and kept them in the fridge overnight.i sometimes kept just the boiled water in bottles in the fridge as I learned that it reduced waste. I then heated them up either with the kettle and a jug of water,for 10 seconds in the microwave( oooh naughty) or with the rather useless lindam day/night heatery thing as stated previously.

My friend who had a new baby at the same time told me she filled her bottles with water and then added the powder. That worked for her at the time,guidelines up to 16 years ago now were different to how they appear now.

And yes I boiled tap water,should I have used bottled then??

I spent many a long hour preparing bottles and trying to get Farleys hungry baby milk powder into hot water for a baby that was constantly starving and liked to let me know it
Edited by: "takethatfan1978" 2nd May 2014
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