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Adiri BPA Free Natural Nurser Ultimate Bottle Stage 1 White, Slow Flow (0-3 months)

by Adiri

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  • Safe: BPA and phthalate-free
  • Soft: Breast like in feel, breast-shaped in design
  • Simple: Easy to use Fill Twist and FeedTM system
  • Reduces Colic
  • MDEA 2008 Award Wiiner
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Technical Details
Item Weight3.8 ounces
Product Dimensions2.6 x 2.6 x 6 inches
UPC691984424441 744431905120
Item model numberAD1-1-WHT
  
Additional Information
ASINB000VUN41G
Best Sellers Rank #47,654 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 ounces
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From the Manufacturer

The Adiri Natural Nurser Ultimate Baby Bottle is soft, safe and simple. With an easy to use and dishwasher safe Fill Twist and Feed system, the only nipple truly shaped like a mother's breast, soft phthalate-free and BPA-free materials, and a unique Petal vent that helps reduce colic, the Adiri Natural Nurser enables the ultimate bottlefeeding experience. A sleek cover protects the bottle from getting dirty and keeps the nipple from leaking during transport. The Adiri Natural Nurser comes in three stages for three different flow rates and is color coded by flow rate (stage 1, white; stage 2, blue; stage 3, orange). Each stage holds 8 oz. of fluid and is dishwasher safe! Adiri Natural Nursers can also be boiled or sterilized using a basic sterilizer.

Product Description

The Adiri Natural Nurser Ultimate Bottle is 100% polycarbonate-free and bisphenol-A free. It offers high quality materials, a graceful design, and the new Fill, Twist and Feed? system, engineered so that a parent or caregiver can quickly prepare a bottle, even with a hungry infant under one arm. A sleek cover protects the bottle from getting dirty and keeps the nipple from leaking during transport. The Adiri Natural Nurser comes in three stages for three different flow rates. Each stage holds 8 oz. of fluid and is dishwasher safe! 1 Bottle Per Pack. Stage 1 - Ages 0-3 mos., Stage 2 - Ages 3-6 mos., and Stage 3 - Ages 6 mos. and up.

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Customer Reviews

In short - save your money and buy something else unless you don't mind dealing with a leaky mess.
R. College
Compared to other bottles (like Playtex and Avent) the nipple is actually pretty small and it might be more convenient for a small baby to hold and not choke.
Kate T
I have found feedings to be worry free, easier to burp babies, and not confusing for my baby to breastfeed or take the adiri bottle!
newmom101

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146 of 153 people found the following review helpful By Kate T on March 22, 2008
I will try to write an objective review of the bottle itself - as much as I can. For that let me start out with the premise: whether or not your baby takes the bottle or not has nothing to do with the quality of the product itself, babies are human beings, though small, and have their likes and dislikes, which will include nipple size, shape, feel of the material the nipple is made from, etc. Since I am reviewing the BOTTLE ITSELF it follows that my baby did eat from it. This was the first bottle I gave my son - I really wanted it to work - and he refused to take a Playtex bottle.

PROS:
1) Of course, their biggest selling point: the bottles are BPA and polycarbonate free. In this day and age when we still do not know what causes developmental disorders like autism, I figure it is better to expose your child to as few chemicals as you can.
2) The material from which it is made is much more life-like and looks more like the real nipples (at least the ones I have!).
3) Compared to other bottles (like Playtex and Avent) the nipple is actually pretty small and it might be more convenient for a small baby to hold and not choke.

CONS:
1) As one reviewer already mentioned, to fill the bottle you have to close it with a lid and invert it to fill from the bottom; the nipple does not close well and would constantly leak, so you have to be very quick about pouring - closing - inverting, and it is DEFINITELY not a one hand operation. Afterwards the spilled contents would drip from the bottle and the inside of the lid would be all dirty. Very annoying.
2) Because of the shape of the bottle and nipple - very small nipple that turns into a wide portion very abruptly - you need a fair amount of access liquid in the bottle for your baby not to start swallowing air.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 15, 2009
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Ok, that's a little bit of an exaggeration. But this was the last resort for us after trying to get the baby to take all kinds of nipples from my husband with no luck. If this one didn't work it was going to mean I didn't get to leave the house for more than 2 hours until the kid was on solid food, and things were getting pretty tense between the husband and me!

After a few days of easing into it, the baby now takes this bottle like a charm - even from me in his carseat while we're driving. Thank God.

The bottle has MAJOR design flaws, as noted by pretty much everyone. Here's how I avoid the problems - so successfully that I never lose any milk anymore.

1. Always hold the bottle by whatever is on the bottom (be it the screw on vent cap or the big cover), because the cover doesn't stay on at all. If you hold the bottle by whatever is on top, the cover will inevitably fall off and leave you with a lot of spilt milk.

2. Ignore completely Adiri's stupid instructions about inverting the bottle into the cover before you fill it and putting the nipple into the recessed space. It doesn't work and leaks anyway. Instead, forget the cover completely; simply wash your hand and hold your finger(s) over the nipple while pouring milk in.

3. Before using the bottle, thoroughly dry the screw-on grooves, both on the bottle and on the cap, so that where they screw together they create a good seal. Adiri advises also drying the nipple, the nipple recession in the cover, and I think the little vent disk area. I don't know if those steps are necessary but the screw grooves are.

4. Have your containers of milk pre-opened before you start the process so you're not fiddling with them while trying to cover the nipple hole with your other hand.

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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Lizard on January 10, 2008
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After 5 months of exclusive breastfeeding, it was time for mom (me) to go back to work, and baby to start bottle feeding. We tried every bottle we could find (Playtex, Avent, Dr. Browns, Breastflow, Second Nature, Evenflo), and if we were lucky, he'd drink maybe 4 oz over the course of 10 hours, and be ridiculously fussy & hungry by the time mom got home (and proceeded to wake up all throughout the night to eat & make up for the lost milk). I was ready to quit my job. I don't remember where I heard about this bottle, but as soon as I did, I rushed out to buy it at the local Right Start. Baby took it right away! Even fell asleep while feeding, just like when he breastfeeds! Miracle! hallelujah! Wish I could invest in this company...
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By R. on January 31, 2008
We had tried 4 or 5 different brands of bottles and my son wouldn't take any of them very well. He also is cursed with reflux and most of them made it worse (the Playtex Ventaire, I think, was the only one that didn't). Although these bottles are a bit pricey, they are worth every penny. My son is so much happier now that he is actually eating while I am at work and, thanks to the vent in the bottom, he isn't spitting up nearly as bad as with the other bottles.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Christin on February 11, 2011
This bottle was a lifesaver when my youngest daughter refused any bottles! I was exclusively breastfeeding, but was in school 2 nights a week. This was the only bottle my daughter would take. Some people talk about it being messy, but it's especially simple for breast milk. You heat the milk, put a clean finger over the nipple, turn it over, pour the milk in and screw the bottom on. We never really had issues with it being messy. I HIGHLY recommend this item! I also think it would be good if someone is unable to breastfeed in the hospital for some reason. May help with nipple confusion! [...]
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