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Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep Machine at Amazon for £60
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The Tommee Tippee closer to nature prep machine makes a fresh bottle at just the right serving temperature in less than 2 minutes. When baby arrives there's so much to do and to think about, so many things to juggle, so much that's new and challenging. That’s why Tommee Tippee has created the prep machine. Specially designed to make preparing formula bottles quicker and more accurate, prep gives parents the extra peace of mind that comes from knowing baby's bottle will be ideal every time. Carry out the cleaning process when your tank empty light is illuminated, so there’s no need to discard any water.
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  • Milk delivered at body temperature
  • Makes a fresh bottle at correct temperature in less than two minutes
  • Works with any powdered formula milk
  • Dispenses correct amount of water for an accurate and consistent dilution
  • Initial hot shot of water kills bacteria that may be present in formula - see cleaning instructions below for how to keep your machine working effectively
  • It is important this machine is only used with Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep Antibacterial Replacement Filter systems to maintain its ability to remove bacteria and impurities present in water
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Lifesaver of a device. Tommee Tippee bottles are awful though.
dandoc202/01/2020 09:47

Doesn't heat the water up properly. As much as it's a "lifesaver" I …Doesn't heat the water up properly. As much as it's a "lifesaver" I wouldn't use it. Just get yourself a kettle it's much easier that way.


Easier? Clearly you've never made up a bottle before.
awms02/01/2020 01:15

Midwife has put us off this saying they don’t recommend them due to only p …Midwife has put us off this saying they don’t recommend them due to only part of the water being boiled. Any thoughts or heard this before?


As a microbiologist I’m more than happy to use this. Midwifes just don’t actually look into it. The water that isn’t boiled is carbon filtered. And boiled water is only necessary to sterilise their actual powder, which the hot shot is more than capable of doing. I tested it!
You’ll find sometimes these people aren’t quite as educated in the topics they preach as they make you believe!
Boobies are free
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Lifesaver of a device. Tommee Tippee bottles are awful though.
Andrew_Snow01/01/2020 09:20

Lifesaver of a device. Tommee Tippee bottles are awful though.


They really are, prefer medela myself
Asda also doing it for the same price
Sketchel01/01/2020 09:21

They really are, prefer medela myself


I prefer Whinnie
MAM teats and bottles are brilliant, especially as they are self sterilising in the microwave
Matranti01/01/2020 21:14

MAM teats and bottles are brilliant, especially as they are self …MAM teats and bottles are brilliant, especially as they are self sterilising in the microwave


Second this, although I find them quite leaky... Do you?
rossjenkins301/01/2020 22:24

Second this, although I find them quite leaky... Do you?


Never had an issue with leaks. Only ever used the number 2 and 3 size on the longer bottles. He loves the MAM dummies too as they’re the same shape teat
Matranti01/01/2020 21:14

MAM teats and bottles are brilliant, especially as they are self …MAM teats and bottles are brilliant, especially as they are self sterilising in the microwave


We recently switched to MAM bottles and teats - so far so good.

Life without this machine would be a lot more painful.
These devices are a life saver. 🔥
One of the most useful devices I ever bought. We still have the original which is 6 yrs old now still going strong. Although I had to modify it myself to stop the annoying beeping especially at night time.
Edited by: "satty83" 2nd Jan
Midwife has put us off this saying they don’t recommend them due to only part of the water being boiled. Any thoughts or heard this before?
satty8302/01/2020 00:19

One of the most useful devices I ever bought. We still have the original …One of the most useful devices I ever bought. We still have the original which is 6 yrs old now still going strong. Although I had to modify it myself to stop the annoying beeping especially at night time.


Ooo how?
awms02/01/2020 01:15

Midwife has put us off this saying they don’t recommend them due to only p …Midwife has put us off this saying they don’t recommend them due to only part of the water being boiled. Any thoughts or heard this before?


Never heard this, i read s blig where they tested them bothand dpoke about the importance of cleaning and using corre t filtwrs
awms02/01/2020 01:15

Midwife has put us off this saying they don’t recommend them due to only p …Midwife has put us off this saying they don’t recommend them due to only part of the water being boiled. Any thoughts or heard this before?


Maybe they don't understand how the filter works? It filters impurities and bacteria, hence why the water doesn't need to be boiled. However you do need to make sure you follow the filter replacement guidelines to help ensure it's working as it should and removing the maximum amount of bacteria and impurities.


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awms02/01/2020 01:15

Midwife has put us off this saying they don’t recommend them due to only p …Midwife has put us off this saying they don’t recommend them due to only part of the water being boiled. Any thoughts or heard this before?


Sigh. It's just scaremongering. We had one when LO was a baby and was a lifesaver. She's healthy, happy and now an annoying little toddler. Honestly, get one. Fantastic device.
awms02/01/2020 01:15

Midwife has put us off this saying they don’t recommend them due to only p …Midwife has put us off this saying they don’t recommend them due to only part of the water being boiled. Any thoughts or heard this before?


Helps build the child’s immune system
Doesn't heat the water up properly. As much as it's a "lifesaver" I wouldn't use it. Just get yourself a kettle it's much easier that way.
Can recommend this, saved a lot of time and headaches
Curiosity10102/01/2020 09:30

Maybe they don't understand how the filter works? It filters impurities …Maybe they don't understand how the filter works? It filters impurities and bacteria, hence why the water doesn't need to be boiled. However you do need to make sure you follow the filter replacement guidelines to help ensure it's working as it should and removing the maximum amount of bacteria and impurities...


It's not just the water that has impurities in it though, the formula powder is not sterile so hot water is required to kill any bacteria in that also (though it doesn't need to be boiling, just over 70C I believe).
Boobies are free
M_L02/01/2020 09:49

It's not just the water that has impurities in it though, the formula …It's not just the water that has impurities in it though, the formula powder is not sterile so hot water is required to kill any bacteria in that also (though it doesn't need to be boiling, just over 70C I believe).


That's what the 'hot shot' is for. It spits out a shot of boiling hot water which you then shake up with the powder to kill any nasties in the powder.

Then it dispenses room temperature filtered water to make the bottle roughly body temperature.

So any bugs in the powder should have been killed, and any nasties in the tap water are filtered out.
Edited by: "Curiosity101" 2nd Jan
Why would a midwife scaremonger? Shes not sponsored lol. I work in the same area and this is the advice we give that is from the NHS. They say one shot of hot water is not enough to sterilise the powder and water properly. The filter will not remove the nastys like boiling the water does
awms02/01/2020 01:15

Midwife has put us off this saying they don’t recommend them due to only p …Midwife has put us off this saying they don’t recommend them due to only part of the water being boiled. Any thoughts or heard this before?


Yes. It's fake news, spread by uninformed midwives stuck in their traditional methods.

Used these machines for both our children,no issues whatsoever.

Follow the instructions, educate yourself on how they work exactly and they are perfectly safe and extremely useful.

Good luck.
Couldn’t be bothered with powered and massively put off by several midwives on this item. Just bought the pre-made bottled stuff, more expensive but only a short term thing anyway.
NicolleElizabeth02/01/2020 09:55

Why would a midwife scaremonger? Shes not sponsored lol. I work in the …Why would a midwife scaremonger? Shes not sponsored lol. I work in the same area and this is the advice we give that is from the NHS. They say one shot of hot water is not enough to sterilise the powder and water properly. The filter will not remove the nastys like boiling the water does


The NHS also used to use leaches and electrotherapy for mental illness. Go figure.
Great price for this. The only thing I would say is that this is only useful if you are 100% formula feeding.
If you are using any expressed milk, the this device adds complexity to your routine as you will be using one device to warm up breast milk and another to prepare formula.
NicolleElizabeth02/01/2020 09:55

Why would a midwife scaremonger? Shes not sponsored lol. I work in the …Why would a midwife scaremonger? Shes not sponsored lol. I work in the same area and this is the advice we give that is from the NHS. They say one shot of hot water is not enough to sterilise the powder and water properly. The filter will not remove the nastys like boiling the water does


Wrong. They are perfectly safe to use, it's scaremongering based on misinformation.
Don't trust it after our last baby got v sick when started to use
awms02/01/2020 01:15

Midwife has put us off this saying they don’t recommend them due to only p …Midwife has put us off this saying they don’t recommend them due to only part of the water being boiled. Any thoughts or heard this before?


We fill ours with cooled boiled water.

In practice that means boiling the kettle before bed then filling the machine in the morning.
Our baby was very premature and in NICU for a while, however the docs said it was fine to use our machine once she was term - and just to make sure you do the cleaning cycle etc as per instructions.

As someone mentioned, the initial hot shot kills any bugs in the formula - then the cooler water gets added.
This thing is worth it’s weight in gold as far as I’m concerned. I figured if neonatal staff were ok about it, that we’d be ok to use it.
Each to their own though, I also get why some people wouldn’t feel comfortable using it.
I edpress but my milk can be out gor 6hrz instead of 2hr for formula. Ive gone from 8 pumps ro 4 pumps so i csnt make enough for all the feeds.

The kettle you have to boil and leave 30mins then its still far to hot yo feed with. This takes 2mins.

Midwife meaans new babies i think, by 2 or 3 months its fine
This device is a must! Got ours second hand but when you having a crying baby needing a feed it’s a lifesaver! Tommee tippee bottles are not very good, I would recommend Nuk bottles. Well made, and very well priced
satty8302/01/2020 00:19

One of the most useful devices I ever bought. We still have the original …One of the most useful devices I ever bought. We still have the original which is 6 yrs old now still going strong. Although I had to modify it myself to stop the annoying beeping especially at night time.


I wouldn't want to be using a machine with six year old pipes due to buid up of bacteria.
josephallen02/01/2020 10:19

I wouldn't want to be using a machine with six year old pipes due to buid …I wouldn't want to be using a machine with six year old pipes due to buid up of bacteria.


There are ways to keep these ckean and to clean them. Ive been having a read
AshleyCockerton02/01/2020 10:17

This device is a must! Got ours second hand but when you having a crying …This device is a must! Got ours second hand but when you having a crying baby needing a feed it’s a lifesaver! Tommee tippee bottles are not very good, I would recommend Nuk bottles. Well made, and very well priced


Where did you get them from?
Also the difference between thiscand other one is this one beeps, but with youtube tutorials saying how to yurn that feature off it basically the same from whst I've been told
Each to their own, but I've never had a problem within the Tommee tippee with or 3 kids.
And the Perfect Prep is a Gods send
dandoc202/01/2020 09:47

Doesn't heat the water up properly. As much as it's a "lifesaver" I …Doesn't heat the water up properly. As much as it's a "lifesaver" I wouldn't use it. Just get yourself a kettle it's much easier that way.


Easier? Clearly you've never made up a bottle before.
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