Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep + Two Replacement Filters £59.99 @ Amazon
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Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep + Two Replacement Filters £59.99 @ Amazon

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Found 24th Sep 2017
Not a bad price including the filters.
  • Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep Machine (White)
  • Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep Replacement Filter x 2
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Don't know if this helps anyone or even if they are still there but I saw 2 of these (not sure if it had extra filters though) on the clearance shelf at Morrisons derby (meteor centre). £29.99.

I already have one and they are pretty useful.
It’s £20 for 2 filters. You need to change these roughly every 3 months. You should get one with the machine too so 3 in total. Great price and worth every penny when you’re up through the night.
Thanks a bunch! Knew there was a reason why I haven’t bought mine yet!!
I think the reason why it's reduced as there's been complaints about mould building up:

bbc.co.uk/new…690

Noticed it reduced in ASDA and other places as well.

Still debating with my wife whether still worth purchasing but any parents that do buy it make sure you keep those filters clean!
bigwilliamstyle2 h, 15 m ago

I think the reason why it's reduced as there's been complaints about mould …I think the reason why it's reduced as there's been complaints about mould building up:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/uk-39278690Noticed it reduced in ASDA and other places as well.Still debating with my wife whether still worth purchasing but any parents that do buy it make sure you keep those filters clean!



Not doing the maintenance properly and using cheap filters was the main cause. Got one for baby #1 in 2014, just got it from storage from #2 and all pipe work is clean.
We use this, change the filters frequently and descale it every so often. No dramas or issues. Been well worth the money for us
bigwilliamstyle3 h, 29 m ago

I think the reason why it's reduced as there's been complaints about mould …I think the reason why it's reduced as there's been complaints about mould building up:http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/uk-39278690Noticed it reduced in ASDA and other places as well.Still debating with my wife whether still worth purchasing but any parents that do buy it make sure you keep those filters clean!


My wife and I have been using one for our son's milk for about a year now with no sign of any mould, or anything else, building up.

It's been absolutely invaluable for milk prep, especially at the beginning when we we getting up a few times every night to feed him.
Genuine question, what does this machine actually do for you? How does it make it easier than boiling the kettle and putting in the required number of scoops?
Zedmeister25th Sep

Genuine question, what does this machine actually do for you? How does it …Genuine question, what does this machine actually do for you? How does it make it easier than boiling the kettle and putting in the required number of scoops?


It makes the bottle at the right temperature, rather than making it with kettle water which takes ages to cool down, pre-making and putting in the fridge (takes ages to warm up) or making and leaving room temperature (doesn't last long).
Get one. They are seriously good and a lifesaver during the night. You'll never go back to the kettle again.

ps we use the same method as this machine when we are out...we have a flask with boiling water for a 'hot shot' then add 'cool boiled water' from another flask. This means you end up with a bottle quickly with no cooling down/wait.
We thought ours was great for about 8 months then looked in back and was full of mould I changed filter correctly so think your lucky or not ..safe to say ours went into the bin ...not worth the risk
We have had no problem with mould on ours and would have been lost without it, cant recommend it enough.
These things are a complete lifesaver when your baby is blarting at night and is hungry. Literally 1 minute later it's drinking and quiet. Heat(angel)
Agree with above comments - life saver! And use only the proper filters, changed regularly
Bought one 3 months ago when on offer, still sat in box boiling kettle probably takes same amount of time
I wasn't too fussed when my other half bought one when we had our youngest but tbh it was spot on. Much better than cooling fresh or reheating ready made bottles as it takes out the guesswork.
The mould thing was on watchdog and i thought they said it was carbon and happened when people used cheap filters anyway?
Great deal. have the black version for past 5 months. Total god send at 3am with screaming baby.and with 2 filters which would be appreciated 20 quid this is a decent bargain. breastfeeding or bottle is a personal choice and circumstances . mines hated it and preferred bottle and I didn't want him to go without. Each to their own but as far as bargains go.this is a good deal.
We have two, one upstairs and one downstairs for our twins. Absolute life saver. As previously said it wasn’t mould it was carbon build up by incorrect filters and not following cleaning procedure correctly.

They are well worth a purchase.
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