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Once: Win a Fisher~Price Sterimax

The new Fisher~Price Sterimax is arguably the safest bottle steriliser available today, with a unique dual power heating system which means it heats up very quickly, then stays hotter for longer killing more germs.

The Sterimax has been launched hot on the heels of the Fisher~Price Animals of the Rainforest range the brightest feeding products the UK has ever seen.

Key features:

Fisher~Price Sterimax holds 7 bottles
The steam vent always points away from the user for safety
The cycle is 35 minutes, over six minutes of which are at 100°C
Red lights flash during the cooling down period (25 minutes) at the end of the high heat cycle
A green lights indicate when Sterimax is safe to open after cooling down
Sterilised bottles remaining in Fisher~Price Sterimax may be used safely for up to eight hours
Once the unit has reached 100°C, the unique technology enables the unit to enter a second phase, keeping it at 100°C for a further six minutes
During testing, scientists confirmed that Fisher~Price Sterimax out performed other well known brands

FREE SOOTHER for all on-line purchases made from the Fisher~Price feeding range from now until 30 April 2009 (min. order £5.00 + P&P). To receive your free soother please use the coupon code 'SOOTHER' when you spend £5 or more at vogue-ltd.com

Visit vogue-ltd.com/fis…ice.

The competition will close on the 6th April.

For your chance to win one a Fisher~Price Sterimax simply answer this question.
Why is it vital to sterilise you baby's feeding equipment?
To keep baby's equipment looking clean
To keep baby safe from germs and bacteria
So baby's bottle is not cold in mum's hands

answer To keep baby safe from germs and bacteria

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