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Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep Bottle Maker (Mamma's & Pappa's, PRICE MATCH+EXTRA10) £62.00 down from £120
Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep Bottle Maker (Mamma's & Pappa's, PRICE MATCH+EXTRA10) £62.00 down from £120

Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep Bottle Maker (Mamma's & Pappa's, PRICE MATCH+EXTRA10) £62.00 down from £120

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Due to all of the baby events going around at the moment most places seem to have this Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep machine on offer for £69.99 - I've linked the Mammas & Pappas purely because it was the first site I found it on.

The "Extra10" promo code still works with Mammas&Pappas so I got mine for £62.00!!

Can also be found here:

Boots - boots.com/en/…42/ - £75.00 (down from £90)
Mothercare - mothercare.com/acc…tml - £69.99 (down from £120)
John Lewis - johnlewis.com/tom…906 - £69.99 (down from £90)

Also the filters on Tesco Direct for £8.99 - tesco.com/dir…sku

Also available in Black at most of these stores!

17 Comments

Much prefer Anti Colic bottles tbh.

SandstormBargains

Much prefer Anti Colic bottles tbh.



​? this just provides the water, use any bottles?

Don't know who's voting cold, I paid £75 for mine which was cheap, they're a God send! Voted hot

Best invention ever for bottle feeders!!

Original Poster

Just updated as you can get it for £62.00 with Mammas&Pappas using the Extra10 promo code!

I got mine for £55 on Amazon prime day deal but still cheapest I've seen since then

This is a totally unnecessary product marketed at people who are having their first baby and don't know any better! 20 seconds in the microwave does the same job and as long as you shake it slightly and check the temperature it will be fine-save your money for the numerous nappies and baby wipes!!

or you can just use this. it's already at the right temperature, once the baby grows up sell it and get a good chunk of money back. this is a godsend.

let people enjoy their gadgets.

SandstormBargains

Much prefer Anti Colic bottles tbh.



Just use your antic colic bottles then. This works fine with anti colic Mam bottles for example.

Dougaldog

This is a totally unnecessary product marketed at people who are having … This is a totally unnecessary product marketed at people who are having their first baby and don't know any better! 20 seconds in the microwave does the same job and as long as you shake it slightly and check the temperature it will be fine-save your money for the numerous nappies and baby wipes!!



​Woah there! I know you're clearly trolling but:

1) You cannot reheat bottles
2) Microwaving creates hotspots and is dangerous.

(You have to make bottles fresh, due to bacteria growth. Water is boiled to sanitise the *powder* not the water itself, so you can't use cooled water either).

Please join us in 2016 before posting 'advice'.

Great price. Although it has been cheaper (probably 1-2 times a year) it's not necessarily something you buy 'just in case' as it's a fair amount.

Wilko Universal filters fit the Perfect Prep; a 3 pack is £5, sometimes on offer for £3.

wilko.com/wat…657

I'm sure this only gives an initial hot shot of boiled water the remainder is cold non-boiled but filtered water that has been sat in the tank for a while?

Dougaldog

This is a totally unnecessary product marketed at people who are having … This is a totally unnecessary product marketed at people who are having their first baby and don't know any better! 20 seconds in the microwave does the same job and as long as you shake it slightly and check the temperature it will be fine-save your money for the numerous nappies and baby wipes!!



​how so? bottles need to be made with boiling water to sterilise the milk and shouldn't be made in advance now, so how does a microwave help?

RealBargainHunter

I'm sure this only gives an initial hot shot of boiled water the … I'm sure this only gives an initial hot shot of boiled water the remainder is cold non-boiled but filtered water that has been sat in the tank for a while?



​At any age you have to fill the tank 1-2 times a day as it's not massive so it's not an issue BUT you do need to clean it regularly.
(I.e. when young, many small bottles. when older few large bottles. uses a similar volume)

hoggle1984

Wilko Universal filters fit the Perfect Prep; a 3 pack is £5, sometimes … Wilko Universal filters fit the Perfect Prep; a 3 pack is £5, sometimes on offer for £3. http://www.wilko.com/water-filters+jugs/wilko-3-universal-water-filter-cartridges/invt/0196657



I've probably bought into the con, but the perfect prep filters are meant to be sterile.
These would be OK after 6 months old.

Still 55 on amazon if you haven't used the 15 off baby code yet....
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