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Tommee tippee prep machine £70.00 @ Tesco instore
Tommee tippee prep machine £70.00 @ Tesco instore

Tommee tippee prep machine £70.00 @ Tesco instore

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Prep machine ( amazing invention) £70. Have been cheaper over xmas at various stores but £70 is cheap

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Was £49 in November

£59.98 in asda at the mo

And Amazon ... Agree amazing machine though.

£65 in john Lewis

Great machine, crap price, it's been around £50 on and off over the past few months. Also has been in Asda for £20 (selected stores)

Brrrrr

cheaper everywhere else it seems but thanks for posting op I have never heard of this would have been brilliant when my little one was young. if I have another will definitely get one.

It's going to be reduced to just under £50 in the upcoming Asda baby and toddler event starting online 17th Jan and instore 19th

Original Poster

Defo worth waiting them if thats the case - these were on a Clearence isle tho so just be careful if anyones waiting out x

supposed to be being recalled!!

sgtivypie

It's going to be reduced to just under £50 in the upcoming Asda baby and … It's going to be reduced to just under £50 in the upcoming Asda baby and toddler event starting online 17th Jan and instore 19th



its £59.98 in the event, got leaflet yesterday

Users love this, but there is a flaw.
The instructions say to use tap water, some of which is boiled - to sterilise the powder, and the rest is then added to cool the mixture down to the feeding temperature. This goes against NHS guidelines, which state that infants under 6 months should not be given tap water, unless it has been boiled.

They try to reassure customers that this is safe because the unit has an inbuilt water filter.

The filter is an Aqua Optima filter made by Strix. They claim that the anti bacterial filter is as effective as boiling.
However the filter is 0.1 micron nominal - which means that somewhere between 2% and 40% of bacterial will pass through. Additionally, and not mentioned, any virus present will pass through. Boiling water will be far more effective.

The odds of infection are very low, however the guidelines are not being followed
Do the research and make your own decision.

Original Poster

I boiled my water before putting it in it just flashes to say the water temp is too hot and wont let you use until its cooled down. Which is fine, you fill it up as soon as its ran out you have a window between feeds
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