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Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep Day & Night £117 Boots
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Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep Day & Night £117 Boots

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Posted 22nd Jul

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£130 but reduced to £117 after adding to basket (a saving of 10%). You'll also collect 520 Boots points with this purchase. Mrs never let me buy one of these but hasn't stopped me looking for them. Please check the link for product details and please do your research to work out if this would be suitable for you. Thanks.
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SomebodE22/07/2019 10:04

Related to the product rather than the deal - there are potential issues …Related to the product rather than the deal - there are potential issues with bacteria with this product as the water is never truly boiling - not certain if this is still an issue but it was about 2-3 years ago and why I didn’t buy it then.


it was only an issue if people did not clean their machines properly or used the incorrect filters. i've had my machine 3 years (older version) and mine is fine.
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Related to the product rather than the deal - there are potential issues with bacteria with this product as the water is never truly boiling - not certain if this is still an issue but it was about 2-3 years ago and why I didn’t buy it then.
SomebodE22/07/2019 10:04

Related to the product rather than the deal - there are potential issues …Related to the product rather than the deal - there are potential issues with bacteria with this product as the water is never truly boiling - not certain if this is still an issue but it was about 2-3 years ago and why I didn’t buy it then.


it was only an issue if people did not clean their machines properly or used the incorrect filters. i've had my machine 3 years (older version) and mine is fine.
Rumana0322/07/2019 10:09

it was only an issue if people did not clean their machines properly or …it was only an issue if people did not clean their machines properly or used the incorrect filters. i've had my machine 3 years (older version) and mine is fine.


Im glad yours is fine (wouldn’t wish illness on any child) but potential risks with hot water, filters etc vs your baby being ill - it was simply not worth the risk.

We ended up doing it the old fashioned idiot proof / sleep deprived proof way ! It’s not that much harder.
Edited by: "SomebodE" 22nd Jul
I paid 60 quid for this over 4 years ago. This is not a good price.
trueblonde22/07/2019 10:15

I paid 60 quid for this over 4 years ago. This is not a good price.


This version wasn't out 4 years ago
tellyt22/07/2019 10:23

This version wasn't out 4 years ago


Well it did the same thing at half the price.
SomebodE22/07/2019 10:12

Im glad yours is fine (wouldn’t wish illness on any child) but potential r …Im glad yours is fine (wouldn’t wish illness on any child) but potential risks with hot water, filters etc vs your baby being ill - it was simply not worth the risk. We ended up doing it the old fashioned idiot proof / sleep deprived proof way ! It’s not that much harder.


As with anything, it's only a risk if you don't follow the instructions.

To suggest a sleep deprived method is idiot proof is somewhat ironic really, as that's when you're more likely to make mistakes!

This is a great device. After our first we gave ours away. Received it back and I opened it up to inspect the tubes expecting the worst - not a spec of mould or mildew etc. It was immaculate. Because it was used properly.

We got the red one for £89.99 in Nov last year so this isn't a good price at all sorry.
£117 isn't the lowest price since it's been out but from what I could find it appears to be the lowest price for now (if you dont take into account the second hand market).
I want to get something straight a out these, I've cleaned the tubes of many and replace parts on a few.

These prep machine are dangerous, mould in the pipework, over heating, uncoated circuit boards, bacteria build up on the nozzle (places you can't get to with a normal clean)

As an engineer it's common practice to have an inline filter before a pump, mainly to protect the pump.

They've actually go two micro mesh (filters) fitted, one you can see at the bottom of the reservoir (plate with holes in) and one inline after the. Every machine I've cleaned, this second filter has ALWAYS trapped mould in it.

Yes, this is with the own brand filters, 3rd party ones tend to be worse.

If you're going to store the machine, run vinegar through it first or remove the tubes and place then in the freezer.

The machines a great idea but poorly implementated.
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