Tommee Tippee Prep Machine - £35 instore @ Morrisons (Bolton)
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Tommee Tippee Prep Machine - £35 instore @ Morrisons (Bolton)

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Found 24th FebMade hot 24th Feb
Tommee Tippee prep machines had been reduced at Morrisons to £35!

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Great price there!!

Be good if this was nationwide, got one last weekend. 60 quid from Amazon and thought I got a bargain with that

Their baby event has just finished so there's a chance it's nationwide​

Great price. Got mine a few months back for about 50 quid and that was fairly decent. 35 quid is a steal.

Which bolton store plz

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Stacey23889

Which bolton store plz


These were at Harwood store!

Awesome price..I paid £60 for mine.Have some heat!!! X)

£30 in Asda now I believe

lpwhite

£30 in Asda now I believe



Says £120 on Asda website?

Complete waste of time..and money ..much quicker and easier just to make your own bottles....sterilise em fill em to your choice of oz....then when require it add ur powder and bung in micro....all this heat spot stuff is crap....your not making it anywhere hot enough for heat spots anyway....my friend was telling me it's great saying 'I can make a bottle in 2mins, I replied 'takes me 30 seconds' I can see why first time mums but these as they think they need em....you really don't

misslollypop

Complete waste of time..and money ..much quicker and easier just to make … Complete waste of time..and money ..much quicker and easier just to make your own bottles....sterilise em fill em to your choice of oz....then when require it add ur powder and bung in micro....all this heat spot stuff is crap....your not making it anywhere hot enough for heat spots anyway....my friend was telling me it's great saying 'I can make a bottle in 2mins, I replied 'takes me 30 seconds' I can see why first time mums but these as they think they need em....you really don't



Not sure you've grasped the purpose of boiling the water. It's not to just sterilise the water but to sterilise the formula powder too which is why you are supposed to add hot water to the powder. Non sterile powder in sterile bottles with sterile cold water = non-sterile feed...Babies older than 6months not so much of an issue but either sterilise everything properly or there's no point sterilising anything.

Perfect prep works by introducing a small quantity of near boiling water hot enough to kill any bugs in formula then topping up with filtered water to the correct total quantity and to the correct finished temperature.

Whilst there are other, 'perfect prep-free' methods (we don't have one but effectively do the same process manually) I can see why people would want and use one of these machines.
Edited by: "fubar888" 28th Feb
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